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A World of Teachers

Module by: Fred Mednick. E-mail the author

Summary: Introductory material about the benefits of taking courses with Teachers Without Borders and the opportunities it affords educators in connecting with teachers, worldwide.

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Teachers Without Borders welcomes you to our Certificate of Teaching Mastery!

At 59 million, teachers are the largest professional group on the planet. Together, we have the ability to significantly improve the quality of life for our children, our communities, and our earth. The Certificate of Teaching Mastery provides hands-on experiences coupled with theory and educational innovations from around the globe. In the end, you'll create an electronic Teaching Portfolio to showcase your work and develop a culminating Service Project - a professional gift to your community.

Thank you for making the commitment to join us and for connecting with a widening web of global colleagues and kindred spirits. Our grandest wish is that you take what you learn and use it for the greatest common good - apply it with heart, with mind, with hospitality, gratitude, and celebration.

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