Open Academy

Open Academy


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Top Quality Education. International Certification.

Academy Description

The User-friendly Classroom video training series was created specifically for students whose English is a second or first language across the globe.  These videos focus on developing international teaching strategies for successful, student-centered communication in the interactive American classroom. These videos demonstrate best practices through authentic examples of successful teaching scenarios, interviews with undergraduates and advice from international teaching assistants.


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  • Online accredited Course

"Special thanks to the International Open Academy, for their support and advice with this project."

- Firstocom


Study outcomes

  • View demonstrations of effective teaching strategies

  • Learn how to apply User Experience thinking to outside world practices

  • Evaluate one’s own teaching strategies using criteria articulated in the User-friendly Classroom videos

  • Understand what expectations  students have regarding user-friendly classroom learning experiences and how international teaching assistants can meet those expectations