About the Global Teaching Project
We are an early-stage, mission-driven, education company. We work directly with schools, enabling them to provide advanced high school courses they would not otherwise be able to offer. By providing a range of academic services, we aim to give students and educators the critical support they need to reach their full potential.
We currently work with rural, high-poverty public schools in the U.S. and abroad. We also recognize the urgent needs of urban and suburban schools, and are interested in learning more about your school’s particular needs. Please contact us for more information.
We currently offer AP® Physics 1, AP® Computer Science Principles and, beginning in the 2020-2021 school year, AP® Biology. We plan to add even more STEM courses in the near future.
Our videos are currently available to schools and students who participate in our Pilot Programs. Contact us if you are interested in using our videos in your schools.
Blended learning is an educational method that combines traditional, face-to-face learning from a teacher physically present in the classroom, with online learning. The online learning component of any blended learning program is part of an integrated learning experience for students, and students also have the ability to learn at their own pace.
With the Global Teaching Project’s blended learning program, experienced educators, with the support of Supervisory Instructors, facilitate classroom learning. Online tools are fully integrated into the course curricula, and these tools allow students to control the pace at which they learn by stopping, starting, speeding up, or slowing down where necessary.
No. Distance learning—where students learn remotely—does not involve face-to-face learning in a classroom with teachers who are physically present. The Global Teaching Project’s blended learning program integrates classroom learning with technology and online resources, giving students and teachers both structure and flexibility in their learning experience.
Yes. Our Pilot Program provides comprehensive, blended AP®STEM courses for schools. More than just offering discrete learning modules or teacher training programs, the Global Teaching Project provides turn-key courses to schools and students. We work with schools and school administrators to integrate these courses into the regular school day as part of the students’ class schedule.
We offer a full range of educational services to schools and students, including video-based courses taught by subject-matter experts which supplement in-class learning, college-student tutors from leading universities, online resources, physical textbooks and conference call equipment, and residential, university-based programs.
Our school already has AP®-certified teachers, but we are interested in providing additional supports to our students. Does the Global Teaching Project offer individual components of its blended model to schools?
Yes. We can work with your school to design a flexible approach, tailored to your school’s particular needs. Whether you would like to leverage our tutors, or utilize our online resources, we will adapt to meet your unique needs.
Partnering with Us
While our Pilot Programs currently serve rural public schools, we recognize the challenges that many urban schools face and would love to learn more about your particular needs. Please contact us for more information.
I am a student and my school doesn’t offer any AP® courses. How can I access the Global Teaching Project’s courses?
Please contact us and tell us more about your school and your previous experience in trying to access advanced coursework. We would love to find a way to support you in your academic journey.