Amideast/Boeing Foundation Teach to Lead Program 2022 for Egyptian Teachers

Amideast/Boeing Foundation Teach to Lead Program 2022 for Egyptian Teachers

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Amideast is pleased to partner with the Boeing Foundation to offer Teach to Lead, a program designed to empower 50 female public school teachers in Greater Cairo to become agents of change and leaders in their own schools and communities.

Application Deadline: 30th June 2021

About the Award: Amideast will build on its expertise in teacher training and leadership to develop a dynamic, 60-hour training program, which will emphasize the following elements:

  • Leadership in Education: Communication skills for teacher leaders, peer empowerment and school reform, and transformational leadership
  • Interactive Learning Methodologies: Lesson planning, literacy skills, project-based learning, classroom management, and integration of student motivation
  • Technology in Education: Blended learning, understanding learning management systems (LMS), and using computers for interactive learning
  • Pay-It Forward Model: Each participant will provide training to a group of peers, fulfilling a long-term objective of the program to build a cadre of female leaders who can serve and support their communities.

Type: Training

Eligibility:

  • Female teachers from the Greater Cairo area
  • Teachers of grades 1–3 in Egyptian public, experimental, and community schools,
  • Teachers from underprivileged backgrounds and low-income areas across Greater Cairo
  • Teachers who demonstrate high potential and commitment to succeed and take on leadership roles within their schools

Number of Awards: 50

Value of Award: Teach to Lead will support Egypt’s current comprehensive educational reform process. Training will be provided to teachers from Greater Cairo, encompassing Cairo, Giza, and Qalyoubia governorates, in groups of 12-15 each at Amideast’s state-of-the-art training facility in Giza, which is fully equipped with classrooms and computer labs.

How to Apply: Apply Online!

  • It is important to go through all application requirements in the Award Webpage (see Link below) before applying.
  • GOODLUCK

Visit Award Webpage for Details



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