What’s Included In the ADTA Junior Syllabus & Certification?
This program is a Junior-level teachers certification program and studio syllabus for students ages 6 and up.
- The Junior syllabus (3 years of student work)
- The Junior Textbook
- The Junior syllabus video tutorials
- Monthly classroom lesson plans
- Monthly teachers training modules
- Student progress charts
- Weekly coaching via Zoom
- The online class community via private Facebook group
- Your own personal Junior mentor
- Achievement pins for your students (pins ordered separately)
- Official Junior Certification.
How Does Teacher’s Certification Work?
Teacher’s certification is a practical-based, online certification course.
Teacher’s implement the course materials with their students in the classroom. The Junior program takes between 6 months – 2 years to complete depending on your students ability, and your experience level.
Certifying teachers must have a beginner “implementation class” to learn how to teach and spot the Junior Syllabus content.
Teachers utilize the monthly classroom lesson plans and Junior Syllabus materials. They receive monthly teachers’ lessons, weekly coaching calls, and a personal mentor as they work through the certification course material.
Throughout the year, teachers submit classroom video of themselves teaching and spotting each trick to the ADTA official evaluator. Timely feedback is given, and teachers can apply corrections, where needed, throughout the year.
Final Junior certification is granted once all Junior trick videos are submitted and marked. Teachers are then granted permission to certify in the Intermediate Division.
Members recieve free updates whenever syllabus revisions take place, and do not pay yearly dues/fees.
Pre-Requisite To Junior Certification
Certifying teachers must be a minimum of 17 years old to certify.
Teachers must certify one Division at a time unless they qualify for the Fast Track program.
Email us in the office if you would like to apply for the Fast Track program: [email protected]