How to Teach English in Nepal

In all developing countries, English skills can make a big difference in people’s future opportunities. Volunteer as an English teacher. and teach the youth of Nepal this important skill. Learning a language from a young age is a lot easier and increases the chances of becoming fluent. Locals with good English skills will experience more job opportunities, later in life.

Besides the recent developments in the school system, it's hard for people in small villages to access education. In some cases, little villages in mountainous regions don't have the right infrastructure so they lack proper schools and teachers. Volunteering in Nepal as a teacher will make a difference in countless lives. Education is the beginning of lasting change.

Join the on-site educational teams as a volunteer in Nepal and apply your ideas on how to improve, manage, or support educational development. Volunteers are generally deployed in community centres or schools in undeveloped regions. A general passion for working with children is crucial for working, teaching, and volunteering in one of these teaching projects.

Education: Teaching, informal education, early childhood development

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Education

Many teachers in the developing world have minimal training. They lack the tools to care for children with special needs and have no training in creative teaching techniques. They lack educational materials and often

teach only by memorization, including for very young children. In order to ensure the long-term impact of our intervention, we do not replace teachers, but rather work with teachers, training them in new pedagogical techniques and approaches. We help teachers set up age-appropriate learning environments and work with them to find appropriate approaches to working with students with special needs. We also run teacher clubs where teachers can share best practices, effective techniques and help each other.

We have also placed special emphasis on early childhood education. Existing early childhood structures are understaffed and staff lack training and equipment. Younger children are often left behind at a critical time in their development. Staff and volunteers also provide training to staff on early childhood development and educational methods. The toddlers and young children in the program show a significant leap in their development as they find themselves in an environment appropriate to their age.