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  • "The only people who were cut from our summer training were either totally unprofessional or clearly had no idea what they were doing in the classroom after 6 weeks of training.(in 9 reviews)

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    1. 1.0
      Jul 31, 2015
      Anonymous Employee
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      You are in the classroom teaching the students after 2weeks of training. So if you want to be in the classroom asap, this is a good program. because the training is so tough, you get attached to other fellows and build great relationships


      Not organized program. staffs always provide scripted and practiced answers over genuine, helpful answers. too strict with their policies. I had interview schedule with a school during the training and they did not approve me to leave the school because I gave 22 hour notice over 24. They always say students need consistency because so many teachers are giving up. But they end up cutting people throughout the summer without any notice. They just tell fellows 'you are not ready to become teacher. I'm sure there are other ways you can become teacher'. They do not give the fellows even enough time to say bye to other fellows and every morning we come back to school, we are looking for missing fellows. They are trying to fit 500hours in 8 weeks. So your day starts at 7 in the morning and ends at 6 pm. They give you online module to finish at home which takes about 1 to 2 hours, and for you to lesson plan for the next day. You literally have no life for 8 weeks, and again, you have chance to fail the program and leave that same day any time throughout the training.

      1. 5.0
        Jan 23, 2018
        Anonymous Employee
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        TNTP, specifically ITF, helped me become the teacher I am today. They provide clear, direct, and in-the-moment feedback throughout the pre-service experience doing everything they can to prepare you for your first day of teaching and beyond. You receive in-depth support with lesson plans, are taught Teaching Like a Champion key components for classroom management skills, and given a coach to help you through any areas of growth you might have. Although, ITF is not responsible for finding your job, they do everything they can to help you find placement including (but not limited to) job fairs, job opportunities posted/emailed, and support with resume building. The program is constantly being evaluated so the staff can provide the best support possible for new teachers. My coaches were always available to help me through whatever I needed. Training does not stop once you've started the school year, but continues throughout with more targeted sessions, through Marian classes, and through support from fellows.


        Pre-service training is hard work and requires a large time commitment unpaid. You're day does not end when you leave your classroom. These things can be intense if you don't plan for them so make sure you do!

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