Teaching Excellence and Achievement (TEA) A program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States Department of State, and implemented by IREX (International Research and Exchanges Board). Participating Organizations and their Roles.
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Teaching Excellence and Achievement (TEA)
A program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States Department of State, and implemented by IREX (International Research and Exchanges Board)
Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA),
United States Department of State
U.S. Embassy and/or Fulbright Commission
Cultural Affairs Assistant, U.S. Embassy
IREX (International Research & Exchanges Board)
IREX is an international nonprofit organization that was founded in 1968. IREX has an annual portfolio of over $60 million and a staff of over 400 professionals worldwide. IREX develops practical and locally-driven solutions with local partners in more than 100 countries.
The Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (TEA) provides international teachers with unique opportunities to:
TEA is an intensive non-credit, non-degree six-week professional development program (February – March 2012 or September – November 2012) at a U.S. university including:
Customized TEA Academic Program
General Pedagogical Session on topics such as:
- Student-centered teaching methodologies
- Lesson plan development
- Teaching strategies for home classroom
-Development of micro-lesson demonstration that reflects best teaching practice(s)
Discipline Specific Sessions:
- Workshops that focus on the specific pedagogical needs and best practicies of EFL, Social Studies, Math, and Science teachers
Customized Technology Course:
(Word, Excel, Power Point, etc.)
The internship component provides Fellows the opportunity to:
teacher on creating lesson plans and
pilot testing lessons
After successfully completing TEA, alumni are eligible to apply for small grants. This grant program is designed to complement the TEA goal of improving teaching in participating countries.
Examples of projects implemented by past program alumni include:
•Training workshops on topics concerning secondary education in international alumni’s home country to share and expand impact of the program to peers at home.
•Development of special programs in international alumni’s home schools (e.g. English language resource center, etc).
•Development of a sister-school relationship between the U.S. host and international school.
The US fellowship is fully funded and provides:
Applicants who have had few or no opportunities to travel to the U.S. will be given priority.
For further information or if you have questions, you may contact
José Leonel Jiménez
Tel.: 2252-7100, Ext. 7671. Mobile: 8806-9544
Public Affairs Section, U.S. Embassy Managua
You can download the application forms at: http://spanish.nicaragua.usembassy.gov/programa_becas.html