Teaching Internship in Nepal could get involved in organizing activities that encourage the personal development of students, using their initiative to learn life skills. Teaching Interns may form student groups, which allow further educational experiences for the children, with a particular focus on capacity-building and English language development. Schools in Nepal often lack appropriate funding and resources to adequately teach children. As English is an international language, it is becoming more and more of a required skill for job placement, educational advancement and future success. Many classes are delivered in English by Nepali teachers, who frequently have only a basic level of English. This is a very good opportunity for interns with an educational background to learn the basic fundamentals of teaching a class and gain some experience in their desired profession. Though no teaching experience or skill is needed, interns joining the teaching program should have good English, both written and verbal. Interns are expected to be flexible and patient. You should have passion and love for teaching, English and conversation.
As an intern teacher, you could teach English, mathematics, environmental science, pure science, international history, computer science etc. Organize extra-curricular activities like games, drawing, singing, dancing and other creative educational activities. Support for educational tours, homework, monitoring academic progress and administrative support. Assist to main English teacher depending on your confidence level and teaching experience.
"We are final year medical students from the UK and we organised our medical elective with Volunteer World Nepal this summer. Right from the beginning, Umesh was so helpful in organizing our placement in Nepal. When we arrived in Nepal we were given Nepali language lessons by Shakti who helped us with basic phrases that we could use during our trip. He also took us..."