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25th May 2017

ACT CEO's visit to Singapore Academic Office is replete with new plans

Singapore Academic Office of Asian College of Teachers, the leader in teacher education in Asia with multiple awards in its kitty, has been buzzing with activity with the arrival of ACT’s CEO Dr Sanjib Chakraborty who visited the multicultural financial powerhouse of South East Asia, Singapore this week. Dr Chakraborty who has been the main driving force of Asian College of Teachers has been navigating the teacher training arena not just as a CEO but as an inspiring trainer/ mentor with a motley bunch of meticulously designed teacher training courses with an aim to prepare educators with global competence able to face diverse classrooms confidently.

His recent visit to the academic office of Singapore is to progress further with his vision of making ACT courses available to teaching professionals across the globe and provide them with outstanding learning and employment related courses and continue with the trail of planning and designing a bunch of Special Education courses which he plans to launch this year end for future special educators who will be imparted the requisite knowledge and skills and will be groomed to be expert SEN or shadow teachers who can bring fresh perspectives to their classrooms from their repertoire.

16th May 2017

A collaborative workshop by ACT at Rising Star Kidzee

A recent workshop on ‘child psychology and parent counselling’ was conducted by multiple award winning institute, Asian College of Teachers (ACT) on 13th May, 2017. ACT, which has given a whole new meaning to teacher education collaborated with Rising Star Kidzee - Narendrapur, Kolkata for this workshop which started with a warm welcome and comprised of a lecture session and various activities. There was an overwhelming response from trainers and participants alike including teachers and parents. Topics carefully chosen on effective methods were discussed which the teachers could actually implement in their classrooms for a more positive outcome. All participants were awarded with certificates of participation as they provided us with positive feedbacks. ACT is looking forward to developing an effective partnership with the school to foster a better learning environment for the younger generation. 


12th May 2017

Interactive Workshop conducted by ACT at Mothers Care Montessori School

Asian College of Teachers (ACT), leading teacher education institute since 2007 and winner of Asia Pacific Achievers Award, 2016 and Indian Education Awards, 2017, has been offering tailor-made courses alongside conducting workshops in various schools involving the teaching community on the effectiveness of student-centred joyful learning. Recently, ACT conducted one such workshop on Classroom Management and Effective Teaching through Joyful Learning at Mothers Care Montessori School on 28th April, 2017. The workshop comprised of various fun-filled activities that were aimed at creating an interactive session between the teachers and the trainers, so that the teachers are able to effectively implement them in the classroom with positive outcomes.


2nd May 2017

Little Laureates successful Campus Recruitment stint at ACT

Asian College of Teachers (ACT) recently conducted a successful Campus Recruitment Program in collaboration with Little Laureates Pre School Chain, for the positions of Trainee Mentor / Mentor / Senior Mentor. ACT extends heartfelt thanks to Ms. Debasree Chattopadhyay, Manager - HR and Ms. Arunima Das, Vice President – Academics, from Little Laureates for taking time out of their busy schedule and creating a positive recruitment experience for everyone and making it a success. ACT looks forward to many such programs with the renowned Pre School Chain in the near future.

ACT has been in the teacher training industry since 2007, focusing on providing excellent training services to all its candidates all through. This has earned ACT many awards and recognition, the most recent ones being “Asia Pacific Achievers’ Award for Excellence in Education and Training” in 2016 and “Best Teacher Training Institute of the year” in 2017. We hope to continue with our service of providing world-class training to all aspiring and working teaching and training professionals.

24th April 2017

Proud association of ACT with AECED

After being recently conferred with two coveted awards namely Asia Pacific Achievers' Award for Excellence in Education and Training at the 10th  International Seminar held in Bangkok in 2016 and Indian Education Awards, for the Best Teacher Training Institute in New Delhi in 2017, ACT once again successfully has added another feather to its already glorious crown as it becomes an institutional member of AECED. ACT feels proud to be associated with the acclaimed Association for Early Childhood Education & Development (AECED), a national body established in 1964 with the sole purpose of helping adult professionals who are interested in the education process of pre-schoolers and making the learning process joyful and interactive for the Young Learners. ACT looks forward to having a successful and fulfilling relationship with AECED in the coming years.

20th April 2017

Shadow teachers are being hired in mainstream schools across the globe

Due to the growing awareness in schools as well as among parents across the globe, Special Needs children are getting enrolled in regular schools and are attending classes alongside regular students. This has been possible mainly due to the presence of “shadow teachers” who are qualified and trained to support children with SPECIAL EDUCATION needs (SEN) and are recruited by mainstream schools on a regular basis to assist children with Special Needs.  Their constant presence in classrooms helps these children to focus on lessons to learning how to socialise with their peers. The regular and shadow teachers complement each other and are the backbones of the smooth and effective functioning of the inclusive classrooms today. 

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