What is TSF (Teacher Skills Forum)?
Queen Rania Teacher Academy (QRTA) is an independent non-profit institution committed to advancing Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah’s vision of empowering teachers, supervisors and principals with the skills, recognition, and support necessary to excel at both the classroom and school levels.
It was launched under the patronage of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah in June 2009, in partnership with Teachers College (TC) of Columbia University, and the Columbia University Middle East Research Center (CUMERC) as well as the Jordanian Ministry of Education.
1. The School Networks
2. State-of-the-Art Sessions
3. Short Courses
4. International Baccalaureate (IB) Professional Development Workshops
5. Teach Like a Champion
6. The Teachers Skill Forum (TSF)
7. Scaling-Up Teacher Professional Development
8. Blended Approach to Teacher Training
9. Regional outreach activities
10. Early Grade Reading and Math Project
11. Professional Learning Institute
For a more thorough description of each program, click here:
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- The Queen Rania Award
- The Royal Health Awareness Society
- Al-Aman Fund
- The Jordan River Foundation
- The Children’s Museum
- Jordan Education Initiative
- Queen Rania Foundation
- The Ministry of Education
The Teacher Skills Forum is an initiative of QRTA, it aims to provide teachers with opportunities and access to: learn new teaching strategies and techniques; to discuss possible action points and goals for enhancing classroom and school communities; to share and apply best teaching practices; to network and create lasting relationships based on a shared vision; to provide teachers with the skills to develop modern, innovative lessons that incorporate technologies into classroom instruction; and finally, to support teachers to prepare students to compete in a knowledge driven economy.
To know more about TSF please follow the link:
All you need to know about registering for ‘Teacher Skills Forum 2015’ is in the following link:
In 2010, QRTA has been recognized as an official professional development provider. In 2010-2011, QRTA had successfully presented 13 different IB training workshops. Since then, QRTA organized and hosted IB professional development workshops twice every year, reaching upwards of 800 IB teachers, coordinators, and administrators. These workshops are geared at IB educators in the Africa, Europe, and Middle East (AEM) region.
Location: Mohammad Saad Al Bataineh St. King Hussein Park, Dabouq, Amman, Jordan 11814
- Phone Number: +962 (0) 6 550 79 99
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: www.qrta.edu.jo
No fees have to be paid by public school teachers to attend any of QRTA’s workshops or programs.