No Teacher Left Behind

Preventing teachers inability to teach in the 21st century

Preventing teachers inability to teach in the 21st century

Have you heard of 'No Child Left Behind?' Now consider, "No Teacher Left Behind," an educational system focused on the continued education for those who educate today's children. A plan created to ensure the capability of teachers to provide facilitation equivalent to the needs of an ever-changing, technology driven society.

Consistent Learning Opportunities for Teachers

Quarterly Training

Each child-development center, school, or private daycare should establish a standard for its educators, specifically regarding the amount of continued training required each quarter. The establishment should also provide an organization that sets up quarterly training classes, as a method of ensuring availability of training focused on new and advanced ways of utilizing technology in the classroom. Additionally, courses should provide further education corresponding to changes in teaching methods and new technology.

State-wide Training Requirements

Education certificates and requirements may vary by state, as a method of ensuring the capability of teachers to provide facilitation, each state should establish periodic state-wide training classes available to all teachers within the state. Classes should change as new additions are made to the methods of teaching today's children.

Employer training Requirements for Teachers

As a part of the employment agreement, employers should require additional training outside of quarterly in-house training classes. The employment facility should supply the employee with online sources as a method of obtaining the ten credit hours of outside training, available to employees at all times.

Introduction of today's technology changes: quarterly discussions

In addition to quarterly training courses provided center-wide, employers should conduct monthly small-group discussions to discuss any concerns or complications concerning newly implemented teaching methods. The discussions should also exist as opportunities to collaborate with co-workers concerning new ideas and methods of teaching.