Frequently Asked Questions - General Questions
No, the GTE is a national U.S. nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization. We are a resource built by teacher educators for teacher educators.
Yes, we’d be happy to let more people know about the great work that is going on and give them a chance to engage in our community of education professionals. You can also share content from our site via social media.
At this time, we are an interactive online community. We provide complete resources, examples, and information for various professionals in the field of teacher preparation. We also host community forum discussions that facilitate professional connections specifically around the work of internationalizing teacher preparation.
GTE is continually working with teacher educators to offer strategies and methods for internationalizing programs and engaging with educators on campus and around the country. Where we can provide specific documents, videos or tools related to internationalizing teacher preparation, we have provided access to them for you to download.
There are no registration fees or usage fees. We exist as a service to the field.
Our administrator wants to ensure that every user is the person she or he claims to be. This ensures users are connected to the correct communities and helps us avoid spam and phishing.
We want to tailor the GTE experience to each user. We have created different communities based on affiliation to allow our users a chance to share resources with others who share their affiliation. The site also offers users the chance to connect with individuals outside their affiliation group – such as by geographical location or research interest area.
Visit the registration page and create a profile. Be sure to create specify your research interest areas so you can connect with others who share the same interests. Once your registration is confirmed, you can participate in areas of the site that may have content exclusive to you based on your affiliation. For further questions, email email@example.com.
There is a great deal of important information on the site that can be viewed by any visitor without registration. However, to post messages and to participate in discussions among affiliation groups, registration is required.