Are you a citizen of the world? Think about this: Do you know someone who lives overseas? Do you speak more than one language? Do you use a phone to call or text someone overseas? Are you interested in news from around the world? Those of us who use computers, tablets or i phones, can send a ...

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PIMD is seeking to add a specialist volunteer to our core project team. The ideal candidate is a Primary Teacher with experience in guided and shared reading techniques for English literacy, preferably with some ESL background.The role will involve program development. remote support for teachers in rural schools in Sri Lanka, and annual visits to ...

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During the first two weeks of January the PIMD team visited all six schools in the Lotus program to measure first year outcomes. Full credit must go to the Principals and staff of the village schools for what they have achieved in 2012 under very difficult circumstances. At each school we reviewed the students' progress ...

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PIMD has once again chosen to use Australian developed software for ESL to support the Lotus Program for ESL and Computer Literacy in villag schools in Sri Lanka. We have selected Phonics Alive by Advanced Software and Issues in English 2 by Protea Textware.

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