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The ROV International Teaching program provides pre service and qualified teachers the opportunity to teach in an international environment under the supervision and alongside locally qualified teachers. On this 28 day program participants will gain experience teaching in an alternative culture employing local pedagogy. Participants will have the opportunity to observe classes being taught by qualified teachers, to discuss teaching and learning priorities with supervisory staff, have the opportunity to develop practical knowledge and skills and be responsible for delivering lessons.
This unit of study can only be undertaken in conjunction with the ROV Teaching program. The written assignments will be based on the participant experience while on program. Over the 28 days of teaching, participants will be required to reflect on the nature and variety of the teaching experiences they encounter.
Participants will be required to assess the effectiveness of the school program based on the objectives of the academic program being implemented and the teaching strategies employed.
Participants will also be asked to either reflect on the experience of teaching in a foreign environment and outline the accompanying challenges and rewards or to provide a sample of learning resources that were developed while on the program.
This unit can only be completed while on the International Teaching Program in Cambodia.
Theoretical – Two written assignments – 60% of assessment
Practical – Field placement– 40% of assessment; completion of a daily journal
Enrolment can occur once you have confirmed your place on the Reach Out Teaching program. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
The practical component is to be completed on program and the written work submitted no later than 2 weeks after program completion. Cost of each unit is $1250 / £950. Course material will be supplied prior to program commencement.