Entries in teaching (32)
Our communication skills are a hallmark of our species. Without them, we wouldn’t be anywhere near where we are now. It influences everything from international relations to finding out what’s for dinner and we've been doing it for literally thousands of years.
Holidays are coming up, a compulsory internship is part of your course or you might just fancy a career change – the reasons you may be thinking of volunteering are endless! The journey from the initial idea to being on site as a volunteer is long, confusing at times, and full of pitfalls. It is easy if you just follow simple steps.
We may have despised them at times but overall most of us are probably very thankful to our teachers. They have, after all, helped us get to where we are now. All over the world, teachers shape students and the future generation!
A few weeks ago, #TimeToAct was just a drop in the ocean of the 140-characters messages that tweet from our mobiles daily. Now it is the social network’s motto of a campaign asking to tackle rape in war zones.
Daniel took this simply beautiful sunset shot in Madagascar whilst he was volunteering on Frontier's Madagascar Teaching project. If you think Daniel's shot deserves our volunteer photo of the month crown head over to the Frontier Official Facebook page later in July to vote him as the winner.
Teaching English to friendly children whilst living in China will leave volunteers with some fantastic memories of having done something hugely worthwhile, and hopefully with a good grasp on a new language as well.