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Written on: 08/05/2013
I just got back from Nepal where I spent a productive month helping out at a monastery school. As a lone, middle aged woman, it could have been daunting, but the PMGY and partner organisation made it smooth for me. From pick up at the airport to drop off at the end, there were no big glitches. As well as Nepali lessons (the teacher must have despaired at my dull mindedness!) there were sightseeing visits before the start of the placement, so I felt acclimatised before immersing in the task... (read more)
Written on: 19/05/2013 by schmidt01 (1 review written)
I have just spent two weeks living in Hellville as a teaching volunteer for Frontier Madagascar. I can honestly say that I have had the time of my life... On arrival, me and two other teachers were led to a new Volunteer House. Here we found beds, running water, a shower AND a flushing toilet! Luxury at best. The location of the house is perfect, only a short walk from a supermarket, the centre of town, and also the primary school where most lessons are taught. During our first week we were... (read more)
Written on: 04/06/2013 by ClaireBaines (0 reviews written)
I have a son aged ten who wanted to learn guitar, I needed something at home because we have busy schedules and had to fit the time in when we could. I found Arts Academy online and loved their approach. One hour weekly sessions to suit my sons learning ability and progress. Lovely teachers and as we didn't want to buy a guitar first off ( we know what kids are like for getting bored of something) we were able to hire the instrument from Arts Academy! His progress is great and he only has to... (read more)
Written on: 11/06/2013
I joined the OU a few years ago. Whilst things are generally fine up to level 2 courses, support and tutorials, on level 3 courses the support is not face to face but in cyber space and no classroom based teaching. Hmmmm alot of money for poor structure and lack of common sense approach to students. Come OU it not like solving the unified field theory is it??? Harder courses more tutorials or don't do them. Very disappointed......very! PS I have an honours degree already and find some of... (read more)
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