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LEARNING BY DOING

Innovative. Supportive. Interactive.

The Bay Area Teacher Training Institute (BATTI) is dedicated to providing comprehensive preparation for the next generation of teachers and leaders in a fast-changing world of education.

Fall 2019 Info sessions

November 19, 6:30pm SF Day School

350 Masonic Ave, San Francisco

December 11, 6:30pm St. Paul’s Episcopal School

262 Grand Avenue, Oakland

We will offer 3 more information sessions in January and February.

Please bring a résumé to the Info Session.

ONLINE WEBINARS

We will hold webinars on December 18 and January 21 from 5-6 PM. Please click on the RSVP button to enter your email address for an invitation.

 

Announcements & Upcoming Events

BATTI proudly announces that Holy Names University will be our new university partner. Beginning June 2020, our 19th Cohort of BATTI students will enroll at Holy Names and receive their M.A.T. and credential in an exciting new two-year program. Stay tuned for more details about our exciting new partnership!


WE INVITE YOU TO ATTEND ONE OF OUR UPCOMING INFO SESSIONS OR WEBINARS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BATTI!


Check out our latest Annual Report!

Class visits

Please contact Raleigh Zwerin (raleigh@ba-tti.org) if you would like to visit a BATTI evening class session.

 

Our Programs

In 2002, we set out to change teacher and leader training. We joined forces with University of the Pacific Benerd College in 2011 to add a Master’s Degree to our teaching credential program. In June 2020, BATTI’s university partner will be Holy Names University in Oakland.

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Master of Arts in Education
Multiple Subject Teaching Credential

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In our residency program, students work full-time at independent, charter, and public schools while taking evening and weekend courses to attain their teaching credential and Master’s degree. Close supervision from thoughtful, experienced mentors creates an atmosphere of reflection, collegiality, and support.

Master of Arts in Educational Leadership
Administrative Services Credential

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We apply the BATTI philosophy to train aspiring school heads, principals, mid-level administrators, and teacher leaders to elevate their impact within education with purpose and mindfulness. Students continue to work at their educational institutions while completing coursework and fieldwork tailored to their individual interests and the needs of their school.

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BATTI has really strived to develop a program where the participants come to understand themselves as successful teacher and leaders.
— Terri Edeli, Board of Directors
A moderated discussion led by KQED's Katrina Schwartz, with Nisa Frank, BATTI Board member and Lower School Head of Hamlin School; Anna Scaiano, trauma-informed coach at Unconditional Education Center; and Claudia Rios Manzo, teacher at Verde Elementary School (West Contra Costa USD).