In the city of Moshi at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, we work with several Primary and Secondary schools. In addition to government and private schools that adhere to the national curriculum (formal schools) there are also schools that are generally referred to as "Informal Schools". These are schools that typically are run by NGOs, churches or community initiatives with the idea to support those children who for various reasons, don't attend any formal school. These children don't have the education levels which they should have for their age.
Particularly in public and informal schools, classrooms are often overcrowded and teachers do not always have enough time to dedicate extra time to children who need more support in class, or to prepare interactive teaching concepts. Volunteers who help them prepare for the lessons make an important contribution to providing students with a high quality learning experience.
As a remote intern, you can comfortably work from home and gain international work experience at the same time.
Your tasks include:
* Plan lessons: You will help the teachers plan interactive and fun lessons, e.g. in Biology, Maths or English. The aim is to create a concept and content for lessons that the teachers on-site can use to help them save time that they can instead spend to look after the students.
Evaluation and correction of homework: You will support the teachers with corrections of homework and project work.
Creating teaching materials: You will develop teaching materials and resources that the teachers can easily use in class and that make everyday school life more varied and interactive.
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