Careers at Center for Teacher Effectiveness

Mission

They provide solutions to effective classroom discipline so that teachers have more time to do what they love – teach. By implementing a modern classroom management system, the Center for Teacher Effectiveness wants to improve job satisfaction of teachers and raise the performance of students.

History

With the guidance and supervision of Dr. Madeline Hunter and John Wooden, Time to Teach has been reshaping the fabric of the traditional education system in America for over 40 years. The Center for Teacher Effectiveness was founded in 1991 and continues the work that Hunter and Wooden started all those decades ago.

They now collaborate with leading educators, researchers, and master teachers all around the United States of America. They are rapidly becoming one of the leading providers of teacher education, training, and staff development in the United States and their neighbor Canada.

The organization specializes in evolving teaching and learning in schools as we know it. They provide useful professional teacher staff development. For the past decade, they have produced high quality training programs for kindergarten to 12th grade education professionals.

Jobs at Center for Teacher Effectiveness

Infant Teacher Toddler Teacher
Stanhope, New Jersey, United States
Infant Room Lead Teacher
Orange Park, Florida, United States
Infant Teacher
Snellville, Georgia, United States
Toddler Teacher
Snellville, Georgia, United States
Infant room teacher
Fort Mill, South Carolina, United States
Afterschool Teacher
Greenville, North Carolina, United States
Summer Camp Youth Movement/Dance Teacher
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Infant Teacher
Everett, Washington, United States
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
Carmel, Indiana, United States
Substitute Teacher
Wexford, Pennsylvania, United States