The reason for this is fairly straight-forward: Without a sufficient foundation in speaking, reading and writing skills, a student simply does not have the tools for a successful education in any of the disciplines. Furthermore, without early experiences of success at learning, a student will become increasingly frustrated with academic difficulty and failure, and will develop low self-esteem in general and vis-a-vis the educational system in particular, will ultimately alienate himself from, and be alienated by, the school. As we have seen, the label "culturally disadvantaged" includes many demographic groups, constituting an impressive array of potentially challenged, and challenging students.
Engineer quits high-end job to teach underprivileged Engineer quits high-end job to teach underprivileged Amita Goyal, an engineer who left her job in a multinational company based in Tokyo, is now leading the team and opened a school in after collaborating with her friends.
TNN May Teach underprivileged, Driven by passion to utilize modern technological advancement in the field of education for the underprivileged, a team of young professionals are educating children from the impoverished section of society in the dusty town of Benediya Charnan in Tonk.
Amita Goyalan engineer who left her job in a multinational company based in Tokyo, is now leading the team and opened a school in after collaborating with her friends.
The team has introduced some innovative field specific teaching techniques and distance education for the over strong students. These students are getting education via modern tools like Skype and Google Hangouts along with traditional methods.
The idea of setting up a school strikes my mind after I have seen how some nations are utilizing the technology to educate the masses," Goyal said.
A special curriculum has been designed for the students integrating audio and visuals to poems, storytelling and added educational games too. She has roped-in other professionals who are imparting education via Skype and Google Hangouts. The aim of the school is also to make the students keen interest in the new teaching methodology, which is seemingly bearing results.Two Afghan university students are offering underprivileged school children free computer skills workshops to help prepare them for the digital future.
Arifa Orfan, with the help of Habiba Husaini, plans to teach the kids in their language, to give them relevant skills for employment.
Teaching in India is a sheer joy. The children are enthusiastic, polite and eager to learn! You can teach English or Art and combine this with Science, Drama, Maths, Computer Science, Art & Crafts, and Sports.
This is a completely flexible project; we place you in the most suitable school depending on your specifications and interests.
The tasks of the volunteers can be designing and implementing completely new extra-curricular activities, support existing ones, teach a new sport, culture, language, instrument, game, arts and crafts or any special interests of the volunteer.
Teaching in India is a sheer joy. The children are enthusiastic, polite and eager to learn! You can teach English or Art and combine this with Science, Drama, Maths, Computer Science, Art & Crafts, and Sports. We teach English to the 25 children in this home using a very basic curriculum since these children have missed a number of years of schooling.
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