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Become a Teacher


One-year teacher training program

The accredited one-year teacher training program started functioning at the School of Humanities of the University of Georgia; the program aims at training teachers to have professional and successful teaching career.

The graduates will be able to understand/analyze adequately the ongoing processes at school; make reasonable decisions in order to apply them into teaching and educational activities.

One of the special merits of the program is to provide the future teachers with all the necessary leadership skills and knowledge (class management, educational researches, problematic researches at school, inclusive education basics, educational and age psychology, teaching methodology of specific subjects, etc.), being most important for educational process as well as individual and group management; in general, for thoughtful participation in education management process.

After the completion of the program, the gained experience and knowledge will serve the graduates as a firm basis to get the position of a head teacher for successful teaching activities.

Teacher training is conducted in the following subject areas:

  • Teacher of English;
  • Teacher of the Georgian language and literature;
  • Teacher of history;
  • Teacher of physics;
  • Teacher of mathematics;
  • Teacher of information and communication technologies.

Number of Participants (Students) – 50

Program Fee -2250 GEL






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