At the heart of everything that we do is our passion for education and our commitment to our students.
Our innovative educational services are focus on engaging with students, educators, and other stakeholders to meet learning objectives and drive student progress.
The skilled team members are committed to empowering leadership and communities through promoting collaboration and equity.
TADACA Educational is located in the heart of New York and reflects the vibrant energy of the area, with over 20 years of combined experience designing, implementing and evaluating programs to meet needs of Multilingual Learners and economically disadvantaged students and families.
New York State Department of Small Business Services (SBS) certified Tadaca Educational Solutions as a Minority Women-Owned Business Entreprise M/WBE, which means it is owned, operated and controlled primarily by women and/or minorities.
TADACA is an authorized educational provider organized under the laws of New York State and has consent to offer:
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR EDUCATORS AND ISSUE CERTIFICATES OF COMPLETION
OFFER COURSES IN ALL SUBJECTS
Social and emotional learning (SEL)
SEL is the process through which all young people and adults acquire and apply the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to develop healthy identities, manage emotions and achieve personal and collective goals.
Social and emotional competencies can be taught, modeled, practiced and lead to positive student outcomes that are important for success in school and in life, including areas as: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making.
Multilingual learners can contribute with information, ideas and ways that they have used languages at home. They can share previous successes they have experienced to build others confidence and support the fact that brains that are flexible and capable to processing two or more languages and making connections across languages and cultures.
We empower our educators team to shift their teaching strategies about entrepreneurship to promote creativity, problem solving, and critical thinking skills in order to cultivate students for a prosperous professional future.
Culturally Relevant Education
Gloria Ladson-Billings introduced the term to describe a form of teaching that calls for engaging learners whose experiences and cultures are traditionally excluded from mainstream settings.
1.Teaching must yield academic success.
2.Teaching must help students develop positive ethnic and cultural identities while simultaneously helping them achieve academically.
3. Teaching must support students’ ability “to recognize, understand, and critique current and social inequalities.
On this base, our programs are created with the objective not only of teaching, but of becoming bridges that embrace the cultural differences that make us unique.
FIELDS OF ACTION
Professional Development for Educators
Social and Emotional Learning
Culturally Relevant Education
Diversity and Inclusion
Curriculum Development: Social & Emotional Learning, Multilingual Learners, Social Studies
Grant Writing, Program Development, Implementation, & Program Evaluation
Equity Advocate & Community Building: Minority Students in Advanced Educational Program Frameworks; Diversity and Inclusion; Cultural Competency Programs