Our school has a fantastic college preparation program they adopted from the United States. Syracuse University Project Advance trains teachers on their campus at Syracuse to instruct introductory level courses. Last year I had the opportunity to study Entrepreneurship. It was a semester long course with with sections. It was fast paced and very much learn on the go. Like AP or IB, SUPA sets the bar very high. The workload is three x times a high school class. If it's your first time teaching a college course, you may feel constantly unprepared. However, the thrill of providing a class of this stature to your students makes it all worth it in the end. If the students successfully complete the course, they will receive three transferable college credits from Syracuse.
This year I applied for Psychology. We figured it's one of the most common courses taken by an undergraduate student. The course will be one section, one year long. This should make it easier to focus on fundamentals and in depth coverage.It should be a challenge for me, academically, but I am confident Syracuse has given me the material and training to provide a quality instruction.
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