Want To Be a Teach with Africa Fellow?

 

Interested in becoming a Teach with Africa Fellow?

Applications and program information for the 2011 Fellowship will be available at our website on October 1st, 2010.

Teach with Africa’s goal is to increase local capacity by sending educators to both teach and learn. TwA supports academic programs, sustainability efforts and social entrepreneurship initiatives by placing highly qualified educators in underserved schools in South Africa. TwA educators work closely with community partners to benefit students by providing:

• teacher mentoring program
• classroom resources
• teacher training workshops
• student tutoring
• small business workshops
• counseling services

Teach with Africa Fellows teach classes, provide tutoring in core academic subjects (science, math and English) and implement student workshops designed to give learners quality time with experienced educators. Specifically, for 2011 we are looking for a small cohort of experienced and credentialed high school teachers in math, science and English who are supported by their schools and communities.

In addition to working directly with students, TwA Fellows partner with school faculty to share best practices on instructional methodology, differentiated learning, critical thinking, lesson planning, assessment practices, technology integration, and curriculum development.

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