Professional Development Qualification for Teachers

Come learn with us and have fun while you learn! Our program is taught by a really smart and experienced Program Leader, Ms. Neetu Sood in association with the Cambridge Assessment International Examination. (CAIE)

Peeracadémie holds the ability to create a positive, supportive, and inclusive learning environment through the application of world-class teaching practices. It provides the confidence to move into and succeed in teaching roles at any level of the primary, middle, and higher education teaching spectrum by developing a comprehensive teaching portfolio that acts as a testament to your current experience, goals, and skills as a teacher.

Peeracadémie professional development centre strive to create critical leaders and help teachers to check and challenge themselves in order to find new ways of ‘doing’ as well as helping others by being a true critical friend. We help teachers to improve and they do this by reflecting on behaviour and questioning their current practice.

Why Cambridge PDQs

Cambridge Professional Development Qualifications (Cambridge PDQs) transform professional learning for practicing teachers, leaders, and their schools.

Cambridge PDQs:

  • check Meet the needs and priorities of the individual and the school.
  • check Support school-based professional development.
  • check Enhance professional thinking and practice to improve the quality of learning.
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    Provide international benchmarks for professional learning leading to valuable certification and progression.

  • check Energize professional learning communities.

The Cambridge teacher attributes:

Cambridge International programmes and qualifications develop not only subject knowledge and skills but also attitudes, ways of thinking and behaviours.

Cambridge Teachers are:

  • check Confident in teaching their subject and engaging each student in learning
  • check Responsible for themselves, responsive to and respectful of others
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    Reflective as learners themselves, developing their practice enhance professional thinking and practice to improve the quality of learning

  • check Innovative and equipped for new and future challenges
  • check Engaged intellectually, professionally and socially, ready to make a difference

Candidate Requirement:

Candidates need to:

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    Be a full- or part-time teacher employed in an educational institution such as a school, college, university, or adult training centre

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    Teach in their current school over a full academic year, for a minimum of 24 weeks and a minimum of six hours per week

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    Have the regular support of a mentor who understands the essential principles that underpin this qualification, and can provide helpful advice and observations

  • check Teach a group with a minimum of six learners
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    Be responsible for planning, teaching and formatively assessing groups of learners

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