The aim of the Teaching project is to promote greater literacy, support opportunities for higher education, build vocational skills and enhance career prospects among students. You can volunteer in Bangalore city based projects or in Nepal with our partner organizations and schools.
The Teaching project is well suited to volunteers who have strong skills and a passion for education. Volunteers on this project will work in schools all areas to build the English language ability of children between the ages 6 and 12 years-old and provide an important support to under-resourced local teachers. Volunteers work alongside local teachers and project coordinators and may also be required to assist with math and science lessons, as well as English lessons. Classes are typically small, with one volunteer working with no more than 10 students and volunteers are guided by competent local teachers and teaching guides.
The presence of volunteers helps to build the students' confidence in English from a young age, giving them a valuable head start in life, and enables local teachers to focus on students who might be struggling in other areas of study.
• Teaching basic computer skills, providing local children with access to the Internet and the opportunity to up-skill and improve their future employment prospects.
• Helping others understand how to use new devices and software platforms
• Create learning materials, and can also assist with basic computer maintenance if you’re able to.
• Assist the local IT teacher or lead a lesson by yourself teaching practical computer skills to children
• Teach different skills, from working in Word, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint Presentation, to using the internet for research and social media
• Create learning materials, worksheets, and a student database system
• Help with maintenance of computers if you are able to.
Please note: We are not a funded organization to support volunteers cost such as food stay, travel , insurance, visa etc.
Wie viele Helfer benötigt werden: 15
Angelegt am: 12.06.2018
Letzte Änderung am: 19.04.2019