INTEREDU™ Mathematics Track

The training programs in this track aim at empowering mathematics teachers in primary schools by giving them the necessary knowledge and skills to bring their students up to the level of the targeted educational outcomes in their curriculum. These training programs are based on best practices and standards in international education worldwide on which teacher performance assessment is conducted, such as Praxis III, classroom performance assessment and mathematics teaching competencies in KSA, recent theories in mathematics teaching via an integrated system for various age groups such as STEM and MAP, 21st century skills, and the CCSS of many international schools including various international accredited tests and adopted curricula.

First Phase: Fundamental Educational Qualification * 50 hours
Second Phase: Advanced Educational Qualification 155 hours
Third Phase: Mathematics Training Programs 115 hours
Program Hours
1 Designing Lessons Based on General Principals of Teaching Math, Science, Technology and Society. 10
2 Developing Math’s Discourse Skills 10
3 Developing Higher Thinking Skills in Different Subjects 10
4 Inquiry Strategies in Learning and Teaching 10
5 The Use of E-Learning in Learning and Teaching 10
6 Using Flipped Learning in Various Subjects 10
7 Using Projects and Problem Solving Approaches in Learning 10
8 TIMSS Test Applications in Teaching Maths and Science 5
9 Designing Lessons based on STEM Principles for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics 10
10 Building Action Plans Based on Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) Test Results 10
11 Utilizing Manipulation in Teaching Math's Facts and Concepts 10
12 Teaching Strategies of Solving Word Problems in Math 10
Forth Phase: Practical Applications 45 hours
* Trainees who are graduates from educational colleges are exempted from the Fundamental Educational Qualification programs.