Monday, October 6, 2008

Further Key Players Aiding Theological Education

Further in a recent series on this site about key players in the TWB task is another group of people—those who go overseas on short assignments to teach English to theological students.

I was reminded of this by a person in NZ this week who wrote. “I met with a friend recently who went to Myanmar to teach English to theological students. The group who organizes this takes groups for 6 week at a time 2 or 3 times a year. I'm thinking of putting my name down for next year.”

The group does this under the auspices of Leadership Development International NZ (LDI), a group that Paul Windsor from Carey College, NZ is joining.

The ‘TESOL opportunities’ link on their web site reports on how this happens and opportunities to do this in the next few months in Yangon (16 teachers needed) and SAIACS in India (6 teachers needed).

Dr Geoff Pound

Image: Teaching English in India (Google Images)

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