February 2009 Blog Posts (4)

Africa and Web 2.0

watch video here: video link

Added by Noble Kelly on February 19, 2009 at 13:30 — 2 Comments

International teaching

I'm interested in Michael's post about teaching in Guatamala. I'm at the other end of my teaching career in Canada but I'm interested in the type of opportunities he mentions. Are there opportunities outside the capitals?
Are these schools focussed on expats or the local population. I'd love to hear more after you've started.

Added by Ida Freer on February 15, 2009 at 18:39 — 2 Comments

International Teaching As A Stepping Stone To Development Work


I thought I would post a quick note inspired by the Queen's TORF event I attended last weekend. This is an annual event organized by the Faculty of Education at Queen's University. Various varieties of International, American, and International Baccalaureate schools from all over the world attend this event to hire teachers. I was blown away by how smooth, well organized and informative the weekend was.

While your typical… Continue

Added by Michael Peters on February 14, 2009 at 11:39 — 1 Comment

Internet Buddy Guide

Dear Teachers,

A friend of mine in the UK was looking at the BBC News site a few days ago, and found they had a story and video about young people teaching older people (the "Digitally Excluded") how to get started with computers and the internet. The story is called "How to teach a Technophobe".

He observes that ,for those people with dependable broadband( the situation might be diferent in 3rd world countries ), the video is very useful, showing a girl teaching an older woman… Continue

Added by Dan Andrew Otedo on February 11, 2009 at 3:30 — 1 Comment

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