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World Learning is an internationally-recognized leader in providing English language teaching programs that help government agencies, educational institutions, and individuals remain competitive in today’s global market. Through its accredited SIT Graduate Institute, World Learning offers quality education programs for teachers and trainers that strengthen their capacity to deliver more effective, learning-centered training. Our programs engage participants through experiential learning, reflection, and relationship building. Such instruction is critical to developing a highly-skilled workforce able to use the English language — an essential component of economic growth and global engagement. At the regional and national levels, World Learning prepares stakeholders to identify and to remove systemic barriers to educational reform, ensuring that they can take control of their own development and achieve long-term goals.
World Learning has worked with Creative Associates under the Middle East Partnership Initiative in Algeria since 2005. World Learning assists the ministry in implementing educational reform as part of the Partnership in Schools Project. Designed to bring about systemic change, the project links ministry stakeholders in the reform process through activities including:
World Learning’s Burma American Center Project has worked to improve the quality of English language teaching in private Burmese institutions and to increase access to English language learning materials. Since 2004 the project has:
World Learning worked with 40 Massachusetts school districts over a two-year period to implement sheltered English instruction. The project raised awareness of English language learners’ needs in primary and secondary school content classes, and offered teachers practical techniques and approaches to address those needs. World Learning is also delivering an in-service Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages training project that has prepared more than 100 content teachers to become effective and licensed English as a Second Language (ESL) teachers. The program includes input sessions, class observation, online course work, coaching and peer mentoring, practice teaching, and a clinical ESL class review.