About

Welcome to the official blog of Teach and Learn with Georgia!  If you’re new here, don’t miss our Navigation page, which will hopefully point you in the direction of what you’re looking for.

About TLG:

Teach and Learn with Georgia is a program run by the Georgian Ministry of Education and Science to foster language learning and cultural exchange within the country of Georgia.  TLG recruits fluent English speakers to co-teach English alongside local English teachers in public schools and other institutions throughout Georgia.

About the blog:

The primary goal of this blog is to serve as a hub of information and communication for the TLG community. We will feature stories from TLG volunteers about their daily lives, interests, and experiences here in Georgia as well as posts from TLG staff about news and events that may be of interest to volunteers.

All comments must be checked by a moderator before they appear. This is to ensure civil and productive discussion to create a safe and comfortable space for members of our community to share their stories, opinions, and ideas.

About the authors:

Check out our People page for information about our bloggers, including pics, bios, and links to their posts.

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2 Responses “About” →
  1. Hello,

    Is it possible to have an option to have Comments section on right column to see who leaves comments and on which blog entries?

    Also categorization/tags would be helpful to navigate.

    Reply

  2. Lu's Journey

    September 1, 2011

    I love this blog! specially now that I’m interest in this TLG program , thanks :))

    Reply

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