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Old June 18th, 2017, 08:58 AM   #1
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I'm a Social Studies teacher in an American diploma private school in Egypt, I'm specialist in History / Modern and Contemporary one , I'm thinking about teaching History outside Egypt one day, specially in Europe or USA so how could I become Certificated for that ? Is there is any global teaching institution could give me that certification ?

note* I attended before one of the " Global Advanced Organization " conferences whose responsible for the Quality of teaching inside American diploma schools around the world, and I got a certificate from them that prove I'm attended the conference activities, so is that means I'm already had been certificated ?
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Old June 18th, 2017, 09:59 AM   #2

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Here in the United States your certification will depend on the state you want to teach in. I will say that the state of education in the United States is not real good right now, so you will really have to determine which state to go to that is the least strictive when it comes to educational initiatives.
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In the European Union there is not a global system, you must be certified in one country and only than that certification will be valid in all the other countries (with local bureaucracy and fees). But remember that to give classes it is a precondition to talk the local language(s).
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In the European Union there is not a global system, you must be certified in one country and only than that certification will be valid in all the other countries (with local bureaucracy and fees). But remember that to give classes it is a precondition to talk the local language(s).
I will ad to Tulius' answer that, depending on the type of Your diploma, You might have to pass a couple of exams or attend some courses for "filling gaps" (matters that You didn't have to study in Your country for having that diploma but are compulsory here).
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I will ad to Tulius' answer that, depending on the type of Your diploma, You might have to pass a couple of exams or attend some courses for "filling gaps" (matters that You didn't have to study in Your country for having that diploma but are compulsory here).
Yes, well noted.
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