Professionalism and Attitude

We know that a learning curve can be a difficult incline to some whilst others just seem to forge ahead. Everyone develops at different rates and the ones who are the most successful are those who work steadily, helpfully and faithfully with their 5 other teaching group team-mates. This means supporting each other physically and mentally, being a true team player, reacting positively to the teaching feedback you receive, fully participating in methodology sessions and taking responsibility for your own development. After all, these are the qualities that recruiting schools look for, so let’s start now.

This information is gathered and filed away into your official Cambridge CELTA portfolio on a daily basis and checked during tutorials and key review points to ensure the administration of your course is being handled professionally and to standard.

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Assessment and Acreditation —- Teaching Assessment —- Writen Assessment —- Professionalism and Attitude

 Final Grading Scheme —- Reports and References —- Certificate and Portfolios