The School of Education of the Polish-American Freedom Foundation and the University of Warsaw is the only one in Poland that carries out full-time free-of-charge license post-graduate courses for Polish and math teachers (as well as teachers of subjects related to math) who want to improve their knowledge of the subject and of teaching.
Over 300 hours of practice
The School of Education combines teaching of theory and the all-year-round practice at schools, and uses methods applied in best teacher training centers all over the world. Its partner institution is Teachers College, Columbia University.
The course takes 10 months. The students have practice at schools – they watch lessons, participate in conducting them or conduct them on their own, take part in the school staff meetings, and in the parent-teacher conferences. They are accompanied by their mentors – supporting teachers at the school where they do their practice.
The students may also apply for a scholarship (up to PLN 2,000 a month) and accommodation at the University of Warsaw dormitory.
Eligible to apply to School of Education are students and graduates of Polish language or mathematics studies (MA/MSc or BA/BSc) and those who have graduated from MSc courses in subject related to math, e.g. physics. It is also an offer for Polish or math teachers with no more than 10-year experience in the profession.
Applications are accepted by April 2.
The recruitment process started on February 5, and lasts by April 2. To apply, you need to fill in the application form. Candidates who passed the first stage of recruitment process will be invited for an interview that will take place in Warsaw from April 16 to April 27. If there are still vacancies after the first stage, another stage of recruitment shall be carried out. A total of 60 students can be accepted (30 at the course for Polish teachers and 30 for the math ones).
More on: www.szkolaedukacji.pl