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Saying Kalanghan

By Crystal Jackson, WorldTeach Micronesia Volunteer 2015-2016 I've lived in Pohnpei, Micronesia since July 2015 volunteering as an Oral English teacher to five sections of seniors at the largest school on the island, PICS (Pohnpei Island Central School), and I'd like...

Granny Rose’s Teaching Adventures in Chuuk, FSM

My Teaching Adventures  in Chuuk, Micronesia (FSM)             by Rosezina Bard, Current WorldTeach Micronesia (Chuuk) Volunteer My name is Rosezina and I am a 67 year old retiree who made a decision in 2014 to get off the couch and use the life experiences and...

Drive on the Good Side of the Road

Reflections on Guyana: The Land of Many Waters by Nolan F. Sutker, Director of Communications You see in Guyana, away from the capital of Georgetown, you don’t drive on the right or the left, but you have to drive on the good side of the road. The cars dodge and weave...

20 Classes and 1200 Plus Kids Later….

20 classes, it’s a whole lot of kids. Spring term found my classrooms juggled around and whole new dynamics arose. My most advanced classes, 452 and 453, have "shrunk" to 41 students each. The rooms seemed empty at first. They still have their desks huddled together...

A Year of Firsts

By: Saskia Kroesen, WorldTeach China Volunteer My year in China has been a year full of firsts: my first year no longer a student, my first time moving to a foreign country alone, my first time living alone, my first time in Asia, my first time trying all sorts of...

Not Another Goodbye

Sometimes, your WorldTeach year is so great that you have to do it again. Katie Scott, WorldTeach China volunteer, decided to return for a second year as you'll read below. Interested in our WorldTeach China program? Check out our webinar happening at 7pm, today...

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