B.Ed Courses in UAE
Importance of B.Ed Course for a prospective teacher
Are you willing to become a prospective teacher? Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) is the perfect course which will help you in enhancing your skills and choose teaching as your profession. B.Ed course is made mandatory by many countries to teach in schools. The B.Ed program curriculum is designed in a way to help students to understand teaching and learning process. The B.Ed program also enlightens the students about the assessment and evaluation process. The in-depth knowledge they acquire during the B.Ed course time will help them to understand the perspectives in teaching. The practical exposure they get during the course of study will enhance their skill set and make them a prospective teacher. In Mind boosters Academy, we ensure that our B.Ed students are well trained and given practical exposure to enhance their teaching skills. During the B.Ed course of study, they acquire the knowledge of converting lesson contents into curriculum. The B.Ed students at Mind Boosters Academy are trained to write their lesson plans perfectively. The proper planning of lessons is the foremost step in efficient teaching practice. The B.Ed program curriculum also gives an insight about different pedagogies used in teaching. The advanced pedagogies in teaching will enhance teaching skills. The B.Ed program helps in applying different strategies in teaching.
The B.Ed program consists of the following papers in the Year I Childhood and growing up, Learning and Teaching, Assessment and evaluation, advanced pedagogies and application of ICT. The B.Ed students in Mind Boosters Academy are given micro teaching practice, regular teaching practice and internship. The microteaching sessions enhance their lesson planning abilities and regular teaching practice trains them on teaching practice. The B.Ed students will also learn about various subject pedagogies, which will give them an insight about various teaching practices. At Mind Boosters Academy, we ensure that our students are well trained and have solid knowledge about the teaching, learning process.
Perspectives of Teaching around the world
Teacher effectiveness has rapidly raised to the top of the education policy agenda, as many nations have become convinced that teaching is one of the most important school-related factors in student achievement (OECD). And teacher preparation and development are key building blocks in developing effective teachers. This article describes teacher education in jurisdictions around the world that have well-developed systems for recruiting, preparing, inducting and supporting teachers. Examining their efforts is valuable for a number of reasons. First, they broaden the view of what is possible. Second, international comparisons show how ideas work in practice at the system level.
While the educator development systems of Finland, Canada, Australia and Singapore differ in significant ways, what they have in common is that they are just that – systems for teacher and leader development. In the small countries of Finland and Singapore, these systems operate at the national level; in the larger countries of Australia and Canada, they operate at the state or provincial level. In every case, these systems include multiple, coherent and complementary components associated with recruiting, developing, and retaining talented individuals to support the overall goal of ensuring that each school is populated by effective teachers. The systems in these nations encompass the full range of policies that affect the development and support for teachers and school leaders, including the recruitment of qualified individuals into the profession; their preparation; their induction; their professional development; their evaluation and career development; and their retention over time. Leaders in these jurisdictions recognize that all of these policies need to work in harmony or the systems will become unbalanced. For example, placing too strong an emphasis on recruitment without concomitant attention on development and retention could result in a continual churn within the teaching profession.