Do you find yourself juggling time-sensitive tasks and busy teaching schedules? Would you like to finally develop a personal organization system that interacts with your day-by-day practices?
We are pleased to offer a series of facilitated discussions built around an online course “Get Organized: How to be a Together Teacher” on Coursera in August-September, 2017. These weekly discussions will take place at the U.S. Embassy.
Online course overview: This 6-week course is designed for classroom teachers who juggle time-sensitive tasks and often-exhausting teaching schedules. With an eye toward long-term sustainability, “The Together Teacher” examines the purpose for planning ahead; provides tools for tracking time commitments, deadlines and tasks; and helps teachers develop a personal organization system that tracks with their day-by-day practices. All teachers, from the pen & paper list maker to the tech-savvy digital maven, will benefit from the no-nonsense approach to “togetherness” that’s presented in this course. We don’t care what format you use; we care that you know when you have free time during the day, and that you have a plan for using it.
How to Enroll: Register and sign up for the course on https://www.coursera.org/learn/togetherteacher by August 11, 2017. You can either study online on your own or join our weekly discussions at the Embassy.
Facilitated Discussion: In order to participate in the facilitated discussions led by Public Affairs staff, please send the following information to Tashkent-Program@state.gov by August 11:
First, Patronymic and Last Name:
Employment (this course is for current teachers):
Passport Series and Number:
Have you registered for the course?: Yes ________ Please forward or attach the enrollment confirmation you’ve received from Coursera. You will have to be registered for the course in order to attend face-to-face discussions at the Embassy.