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7) Teach in South East Asia

Chiang Rai International Christian School is looking for teachers for the 2020-2021 school year. CRICS is a strategic K-12 school located in northern Thailand with close access to neighboring countries. The mission of CRICS is to provide quality education while sharing Jesus with local and MK students, and also to enable missionaries to live on the mission field an extended time with their families.

 

crics.asia/

 

2) Internet Resources for Studying (and Teaching) the Bible

Where do you go if you cannot afford to buy quality resources for in-depth Bible study? Well, to the Internet, of course – but where exactly? The “Digital Toolbox” (an eBook in PDF) is a collection of 800 links to free resources available on the web to help you study and teach the Bible. Download it for free from this Google Drive folder:

 

drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B7cuRB3bYmOXUl9WR1h3MURLZmc?usp=sharing 

 

4) What’s Your Favorite English as a Second Language Curriculum?

If you were going to go to North Africa and start a legitimate, real-deal institute for teaching English as a second language, what curriculum would you use? The couple who is asking already has a true Celta certificate. (Learn more about the Celta certificate here:

 

www.cambridgeenglish.org/teaching-english/teaching-qualifications/celta/ )

 

Are there packages of these deals? Or does one have to assemble them from scratch? Surely not.

 

5) Six Truths about Disciple-making Movements (from Curtis Sergeant?)

We can’t recall for sure where we heard these six truths. (That probably means they came from Curtis Sergeant. : ) ) But they are timeless and true for most, if not all, disciple-making movements that catch stride:

  • *** You take care of the depth; let God take care of the breadth.
    *** Pour deeply into a few regardless of the cost.
    *** Keep doing what you are doing and you will get better at it.
    *** To obey and train others, you can’t pass on what you don’t possess.
    *** Simple things grow and simple things multiply.
    *** It is always relational before it gets organizational.

We should make note of these, memorize them, and say them out loud every morning of our lives. : )

7) ChinaSource Quarterly — Teaching in China

Against the background of a changing China, this edition of the ChinaSource Quarterly examines the role of expatriate teachers in China. Their approach is not primarily theoretical but practical, seeking to learn from experienced practitioners and to understand approaches that will stand the test of current trends. Rather than propose a “roadmap,” they seek to inspire and encourage with a vision of what is possible. Learn more at…

 

www.chinasource.org/resource-library/chinasource-quarterlies/teaching-in-china

 

1) Go Deeper In Your Ministry to Muslims with Engaging Islam Intensives

islamThese interactive and exciting week-long courses on Evangelism are scheduled for July 13-18 and (NEW) Discipleship July 20-25 in beautiful Boulder, Colorado. The Discipleship course features brand new material from Georges’ soon-to-be published book. Whether you are in full time ministry, or simply have a desire to learn more about ministry to Muslims, these courses are for you. Read what previous attendees had to say: “I thank God for your training which has made all the difference. We’ve had fewer teammates leave from discouragement and we’ve seen more fruit from our ministry.” Read more and register here:

http://www.engagingislam.org

10) Learn to Teach English in Chiang Mai

Asia’s Center for TESOL classes in Chiang Mai, Thailand (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) conducts intensive, five-week courses leading to a TESOL certificate. This certificate is supported by Cornerstone University of Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. For the first three weeks the classes are Monday-Friday, 8-4. For the last two weeks, the classes are 8-12, followed by a two-hour practicum in the afternoon or evening. This totals 120 hours in class and 20 hours of practicum (10 hours observing and 10 hours teaching. Learn more at…

http://www.actesol.com

10) Learn to Teach TESOL in Asia

Asia’s Center for TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) conducts intensive, five-week courses leading to a TESOL certificate.  This certificate is supported by Cornerstone University of Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA.  For the first three weeks, the classes are Monday-Friday, 8-4.  For the last two weeks, the classes are 8-12, followed by a two-hour practicum in the afternoon or evening.  This totals 120 hours in class and 20 hours of practicum (10 hours observing and 10 hours teaching. Course dates for 2013: August 12 through September 13 and November 11 through December 13. For more info, click to

http://www.actesol.com

or contact Melody

infothaiatactesoldotcom

11) TESOL training in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Jan. 7 -Feb. 8 —

Asia’s Center for TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) conducts intensive, five-week courses leading to a TESOL certificate. This certificate is supported by Cornerstone University of Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. For the first three weeks the classes are Monday-Friday, 8-4. For the last two weeks, the classes are 8-12, followed by a two-hour practicum in the afternoon or evening. This totals 120 hours in class and 20 hours of practicum (10 hours observing and 10 hours teaching. The same course is taught in Manila April/May if that is better for your schedule. Contact Melody,

infothaiatactesoldotcom for more info, or look at

http://www.actesol.com

4) Paid Opportunity to Church Plant and Teach English in Asia —

All Nations is looking to place 15-20 individuals (or a group of that size) overseas in salaried positions with benefits to teach English and church plant. No prior missions experienced is required, just a Bachelor’s degree in any subject and native English speaking abilities. It’s an August – June commitment. Call 816-216-1353 or email

asimonatallnationsdotus

6) Going to a Tribal Village and Teaching African Students —

TM International Christian Academy is looking for adventurous teachers who have passion for going to a tribal village and discipling future presidents of Guinea.

*** It is a tuition-free boarding school for African students who are selected from all over Guinea with IQ test and interviews.

*** They provide spiritual needs (daily worship, discipleship & fellowship) as well as physical needs (providing three adequate meals a day).

*** They need 2nd, 5th and 8th Grade teachers. (one teacher disciples 12 students-Jesus style)

*** Teachers must commit from July 3, 2012 – Feb. 12, 2013.

Check out:

 

http://teachusmission.org/TMICA 

 

First, watch the 5-minute video.

*** For more info, email…

M4MissionsatGmaildotcom

4) Nixty Site Makes Learning (or Teaching) as Fun as it Gets! —

Need an online site to do lessons for your ministry? Nixty.com is there for you.

 

http://www.nixty.com

 

It’s a free platform with channels, courses, and ePortfolios designed to help you present your content in a more effective distance learning format. I dove in, created a course, and completed about half the work to complete a core course. There are a lot options already there — about 200 courses — from MIT and other institutions all over the country. I can tell you that the initiative we’re organizing (U4theU.com) will be hoping to create a course track for would-be Volunteers as soon as possible. Thanks to Glen and all the designers of Nixty for the way you’re making it available to all!!! God bless you!

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