We are a for-profit international education institute proudly formed by hundreds of elite K12 school teachers who are open-minded and eager to expand to the bigger world and exchange with different perspectives, and connect a fast going number of partner schools/institutes from all over the world.
Since 2007, we have been connecting the world with our arms of excellent international educators, and today California International Teachers Association carries on the mission to change the world one international teacher at a time, through training, teaching and expanding.
Bridge the future, connect the world had been our slogan for years. CITA defines its mission as to change the world with quality international education by providing to it best international teachers. We are the Bridge, between the resource of the knowledge and the needs of it.
Our excellent teachers go hand-in-hand and form the CitaFamily™, through CitaOnline™ we started to share quality education with children from the other side of the planet. For best learning outcome, children needs to be monitored throughout their international online learning process either by their mentors or learning institutes they directly belong to, for which CitaOnline™ defines it's role as B2B when it comes to business collaboration, we work with schools and institutions ONLY and let them deal with admins of their own students, they are better at it, the outcome is better for the kids.
CitaSchool™ is an international institute of education. It bridges two direct parties: American K12 School and Families beyond the border from the bigger world out there. International students attend CitaSchool online, study with Amerian K12 school teachers, earn academic credits that are recognised by American schools. CitaSchool students may choose to come to the US and attend schools that have offered them admission.
Why is TEFL knowledge important to international teachers? Simply because you will be teaching multicultural students whose first keyword would be ESL Learner. Equipping yourself with a solid understanding of how the English language meant to them will definitely help you swipe out a big load of obstacles in your future teaching career. More preparation may quicken the speed at work, take your time and find out more TEFL/TESOL programs before you hit the road.
CitaTalks™ about Teaching To Multicultural Students, here in the United States and beyond the border into the bigger world. Nowadays, international teachers are NOT only a definition of the educators who expand beyond the border and spread the knowledge, but also of those who are teaching domestically to the ever-growing number (estimated to go above 50% of the total in 2050) of students with a multicultural background. Teaching to multicultural students is one topic no educator can go around!
CitaPublishing (C.P.) is a project initiated by CITA to offer group publishing opportunities to CitaFamily members. Qualified educators would take part in this project and contribute with their invaluable professional knowledge and years of teaching experience to books being written by the CP team, more importantly, they will be one of the authors who publish the books together. CP Authors enjoy success, honor, and profit together. CitaPublishing carries on the mission and vision of the CITA, explores and presents opportunities to proud teachers and educators. Again, TOGETHER WE CAN!
CitaOnline Group Meetup
Time: Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 6:00 PM-6:30 PM PST Session 1, 6:30 PM-7:00 PM, PST, Session 2.
Host: CitaOnline Teaching Advisor Team
Participants: Teachers who are interested in joining CitaOnline program and taking on teaching projects as part-time work
Topics: Basic introductions of Cita and the CitaOnline Program, how it works, how teachers get started, and what to expect, etc. Candidates introduce themselves, find their matching points with CitaOnline, figure out their best time slots, etc.
Join: Please email a photoed resumed to firstname.lastname@example.org and apply to join, once approved you will receive an invitation with detailed meeting information.
Simply About Teaching Multicultural Students