We believe that education is an effective catalyst bringing hope to individuals and positive transformation to societies.

We follow our Lord Jesus Christ by engaging with the needs of this world – physical, relational, and spiritual. Our teachers use their skills and contexts to bring light and healing to all – children, adults, leaders and mission workers alike.

  • We go. TeachBeyond connects teachers, administrators, RAs, dorm parents, and support staff with exciting educational opportunities around the world!
  • We train. TeachBeyond equips teachers to reach their full potential as Christian educators.
  • We partner. TeachBeyond works in over 30 countries with more than 30 international schools (K-12), universities, national schools, and start-ups. We sponsor summer English Camps in eight countries.

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  • Members – 431
  • Associates – 161
    Those who do short-term or occasional service.
  • Learners taught – 18,300
  • Partnering organizations – 32
  • Countries – 48

We are accepting applications for the 2015-16 school year and the 2016-17 school year. Take a look at our opportunities.

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Know Their Stories

I sighed inside as normally easy-going Jeremiah acted up for the fifth time that period. His behavior was out-of-control and he had quickly taken the class with him to the point where no one was paying attention any longer. This was a fourth grade class, and I was a minority among hundreds of African-American students […]

We’re on a Journey of Discovery

If I asked, “How does your faith inform the work you do as an educator?” how would you answer? It’s a question I asked one of our special needs teachers when I visited Southeast Asia. Without hesitation she replied, “My faith informs my worldview, but the thing that I am learning is that my work […]

Mapping out Success through Formative Assessment

One of my favorite apps for navigation is Waze. This app not only provides step-by-step directions, but also adjusts the path based on current traffic situations. This serves as an excellent analogy for how teachers should use formative assessments in their classroom: they determine the best route needed to insure that students arrive at the […]

Transform-ed: Being Present

From a teacher in Europe: In October I led the Sophomore class to the Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp in France. It was a moving experience for everyone. Some historical events, however, defy attempts at explanations by the history teacher. Even partial insights seem trite. You just tell the story, pray for those still affected, and listen to […]

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