Blog Tag: Education for all
Posted by Peter MUIR
Access HK invites students to participate in their “Teach-An-Hour” Programme. getting involved will give you the opportunity to teach local students English in a friendly environment. The programme kicks off in October 2017 with teaching taking place at Farm Road Government, a government funded public school founded in 1956, and Principal Chan Free Tutorial World, a non-profit organization established in 2011 aiming to provide free learning support to underprivileged children who have financial difficulties.
Teaching takes place from 10:30 am -12 noon on these dates: 7th,14th, 21st October; 4th,11th,18th, 25th November, 2nd, 9th, 16th December 2017, with the minimum commitment being half of these sessions.
Class Structure: Simple and understandable English with interactive teaching; teacher to student ratio of 1:5. Each class will be conducted by 2 volunteers with about 10 students.
To apply, please complete this online application form by the deadline 24th September 2017.
More information regarding us could be found on this website. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the executive committee through email@example.com.
Posted by Peter MUIR
Interested in social service or social entrepreneurship? Join WeLearn!
WeLearn is launching their second term soon, and would like to invite DC students to join them as teaching staff.
Founded by HKU students, WeLearn is the fastest growing project within HKU and is a serial funding recipient of Centre of Development and Resources for Students, HKU. It aims to serve junior secondary school underprivileged students which focuses on arousing their interest in learning and helping them to polish their English. It also serves as a platform to boost confidence, enhance creativity and widen exposure. Their programme is composed of a set of diverse and fun academic classes and activities in an encouraging and English-only environment.
DC students are invited to join as Academic Fellows (AFs) or Special Learning Coordinators (SLECs). AFs mainly design and deliver classes, while SLECs are responsible for planning and executing the extra-curricular activities. As teaching staff, you will be paired with an HKU student and will be expected to work together to form lesson plans and design activities. This is more than a mere CAS project – it is a great opportunity if you are looking for personal growth, development and, most importantly, FUN with the VIBRANT community!
WeLearn’s second term will run from February to March 2017. They will hold classes on 6 Saturdays at HKU beginning from 11th Feb, and all teaching staff are expected to be present for the whole session for the duration of the term (6 weeks). Teaching staff are also required to attend 2 training sessions prior to the start of the term, 21st and 28th Jan in the afternoon.
You may find out more about WeLearn from their website or contact Ernest (whatsapp: 9741-8472, email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
*You must be able to cover your own food and transportation costs, to and from HKU.