Teach TEFL in India

Date posted:2002-10-31 | Writer: Winterline Foundation. | Email: [email protected]

Teach or work in the Himalayas

We are a charitable foundation working with a US-accredited international school in the Himalayan Mountains of northern India. The school frequently needs teachers, residence staff, or others, to volunteer for short terms (6-12 months) on short notice (2-6 months). Winterline helps by identifying people open to this sort of adventure, now or in the future. We keep names and resumes on file, and, as openings arise, contact you about availability. Candidates are then referred to the school.

Teachers receive room and board plus a local-currency stipend sufficient to cover day to day expenses, and, in some instances, travel costs to and from India.

If you are interested, or just intrigued, forward us a resume or write, email, or call for more information. We'd like to talk to you.

Winterline Foundation
PO Box 301, Simpsonville, MD 21150 USA
[email protected]

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


I thought the content in this unit was very useful to me, as someone who has not had any thoughts on how grammar is used as parts of speech for the past thirty five plus years it came as a shock how much I had taken for granted as a native speaker,with no thought to the trouble overthinking grammar structure can cause students when the focus is on getting the grammar right instead of just practicing the sentence's they have been given.This was a longer unit and at times a bit more detailed and difficult than the other units. I enjoyed the part where explanation is given to the way we articulate words in our mouth and all of the scientific processes that goes with it. The phonemic alphabet is another area which was presented in a interesting way. I think this unit is helpful because it addresses an area of English study that is quite technical and usually overlooked.