The Anthony Bourdain Travel Show in Georgia.  Did you watch it?  Here is a short clip.

9 Reasons to Visit Georgia:

For all you nature lovers and hiking enthusiasts, have a look at our very popular volunteer placement in the mountainous province of Svaneti this year. Imagine spending a full year in this beautiful and breathtaking location, making a difference in a local school.
(For further information, be sure to browse around our website.)

In the city of Rustavi Public School No. 7 held a sports competition, where the aim was English language teaching demonstration activities. The 5th and 6th grade students presented in English to demonstrate the different types of sporting activity. The students competed individually as well as in pairs. The event was initiated with the help of local and foreign volunteers. The event appeared on TV as well.
Our volunteers had a great time at our latest training session in the beautiful Imereti town of Tskaltubo, in the famed Spa Resort.  
The title of the 4 day seminar was "Teaching Writing and Class Projects". Topics included:

--How to help ESL students acquire the skills they need to produce written texts, such as letters, descriptions, essays, messages, postcards, etc.

--How to create class projects.
Some feedback from our volunteers/co-teachers on the recent training:

"It is a pleasure to have Tina Begiashvili who is so open and gentle as a person.  She inspires us."

"I am happy I had the chance to attend your training, and helped me improve myself as a professional."

"As a Georgian co-teacher, I can say that I enjoy this project and wish more volunteers arrived to work with us and encourage the study of English in our public schools!"

A few of our volunteers appeared on the national news program TV Blog.  The episode was called Twenty Hugs.  Unfortunately, it is only available in the Georgian language for now.  Here is the link.

We are announcing an opening for the position of Legal and Human Resources Coordinator.
New Voice of America Report highlights English Language Education in Georgia.
In 2012-2013 academic year, 41 272 first graders and 3078 of their teachers will receive net books.
Georgian President Mikeil Saakashvili held a meeting with certified teachers at Gldani vocational college today.

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