TeachFuture is a teacher-oriented platform which empowers innovative education.
We are dedicated to providing comprehensive innovative education solutions for schools, institutions and organizations alike.
TeachFuture is founded jointly by the alumni of Harvard Business School and Harvard Graduate School of Education. It is committed to building a career development service platform centered on teachers by establishing cooperation with schools, institutions and educational organizations. We provide services such as teacher recruitment, training and program management to schools and educational institutions using the online and offline integrated model. We also provide, introduce and participate in the design and research and development of overseas education resources, teaching models and other product services to promote the internationalization of education and the innovative development of colleges and universities. TeachFuture has provided services to and be trusted by tens of thousands of teaching staff and over a hundred educational institutions at home and abroad.
In the past 80 years, Harvard has successfully trained the excellent “talents” from generation to generation. They have entered Harvard to achieve themselves and change the world. Recently, the PTF program of TeachFuture has successfully invited Michael McCarthy, the co-instructor of program and senior instructor of Harvard University in Global Management Power and instructor of MIT Management Education Leadership, to serve as the Honorary President of Mad Program of TeachFuture. Michael explored in depth the importance of innovation education in the context of China’s education development and highlighted the global application of science and technology in the field of education.
The Mad Program of TeachFuture is to jointly research and develop English courses for children with top universities in North America and Canada in combination with PBL project-based learning approach focusing on competence development and interdisciplinary comprehensive skills development. The purpose is to make Chinese students in lack of a language application environment truly experience the meaning of language learning in the learning process. While accelerating the process of language learning, it also help students acquire subject knowledge, develop habits of behavior, raise the awareness of globalization and be familiar with the differences between Chinese and Western cultures, so as to develop the skills of children in cognition, emotion, social contact and other aspects.
Strategic partner of China National Foreign Experts Bureau and China International Talent Exchange Conference
Strategic partner of Alibaba and Yungu School
Strategic partner of teacher channel of New Oriental Education & Technology Group
Strategic partner of International Cooperation Program of Canada Mitacs Foundation
Strategic partner of Teacher Training and Recruitment Channel of Hangzhou Normal University
First full-solution innovation platform focusing on teachers, subverting traditions and boosting education
Channel platform covering all types of teachers at various grades
Global business system to create a cross-border teacher ecosystem
Leading international education and innovation education resources
Provide services to the whole education industry chain including online language training platform, offline education institution, private & public and K12 schools
The 16th China International Talent Exchange Conference (CIEP) held in Shenzhen from April 14 to 15 attracted more than 4,000 professional organizations, training institutions, universities, technology enterprises and human resources institutions from more than 50 countries and regions, which achieved the purposes of introducing foreign intelligence, talents and cooperation with fruitful results.
The Global Education Exchange Expo hosted by TeachFuture and taken as the only education sector of CIEP has also made gratifying gains relying on the CIEP platform and its own unique features.
According to incomplete statistics, only in the first day of the exhibition, the number of people who made consultations at the booths of TeachFuture reached about 1,000, and the questions are mainly focused on the demand and management of teachers human resources as well as PTF.
Among them, 47 agreements were successfully signed for recruitment business; 8 agreements were signed for PTF strategy, mainly in terms of kindergartens and early childhood education. The cooperation model is that TeachFuture provides teaching contents, teacher output and Canadian study summer camp according to the needs of cooperative enterprises.