Information for Teachers and Trainers
Our Mission and Vision
At Maple Bear Global Schools we believe that nothing is more important than the education of our children.
The Maple Bear mission is to deliver a student-focussed learning system in a safe, secure and stimulating environment that prepares students for success at the post secondary level and that instills a passion for life-long learning.
The Maple Bear vision is to provide a high quality pre-school, elementary and high school education based on the Canadian philosophy and best practises that meet the expectations of global parents and is in conformity with local education regulations.
Maple Bear schools offer full Canadian programs utilizing Canadian methodology and curriculum developed by our own experts from the ground up for pre-school, elementary, and high school.
Maple Bear Training and Curriculum Development
How does Maple Bear develop its curriculum? And how does it deliver its training? What does that mean for our teachers? These and other interesting aspects of our training and curriculum development is explained by Maple Bear Global Schools Ltd. Vice-President Gerald Macleod.
Training brings professionalism to Maple Bear schools worldwide
Did you know that trainers and curriculum developers for Maple Bear Global Schools travel the world from school to school? Gerald Macleod and others explain why this is a good thing:
Maple Bear hires only the best and brightest for training and curriculum development
Maple Bear trainers and program developers have incredible professional backgrounds and are considered leaders among their peers. Meet three, as Gerald Macleod explains how he selects them for Maple Bear:
Canadian curricula is among the best in the world
Current Canadian educational practices and standards are among the best in the world. Gerald Macleod and other trainers explain why this is good for Maple Bear students:
Maple Bear crosses cultures, say trainers and developers
Students and teachers around the world want essentially the same outcome—success! Gerald Macleod and other trainers and program developers explain: