Close interaction between Keys trainers and participants ensures assimilation of new concepts.
Keys to Effective Learning trains thousands of teachers, administrators and supervisors each year from private, government and international schools following the U.K., American, Canadian and Egyptian systems.
School administrators participate in a wide array of workshops, such as Walk-Through School Management, Building an Effective School Team, and Supporting Teachers Through a School Mentorship Program.
Enabling teachers to integrate technology into the classroom has transformed Egyptian schools.
Teachers practice newly acquired skills with their colleagues, and exchange feedback.
“The training that Keys does is so practical. It shows us the ‘how’ rather than the ‘what’. It is easily related and connected to my work experience. It allows me time to apply and reflect. We need more training from Keys.”
- A Participant in the Alexandria Educational Reform Initiative.
Interaction with colleagues from other schools provides opportunities to brainstorm and develop new strategies.
Trainer Nahed Lotfy (right) discusses team dynamics with Cairo school principal Maha Seifein.
President Corinne McComb listens to a young teacher/participant.
As part of the Education Technology in Schools Project (funded by USAID), teachers learn basic and advanced computer skills.
Keys to Effective Learning has provided Total Training Solutions as part of USAID Educational Reform Initiatives.
Team Building Workshop Participant Mayssa Abaza discovers her team player style at a School Administrators’ workshop.