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Background Information

Employment History

Teacher

U.S. schools

Part of the Visiting International Faculty Program, the Largest Exchange Program

U.S. schools

Teacher

Boreham Primary School

Cultural Ambassador

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Iredell-Statesville Schools

Education

Rainsford High School

Lawford Mead Junior School

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VIF in the News - About VIF - VIF

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Stuart Lambert's fourth-grade students at Woodland Heights Elementary School in Mooresville wanted to do something to honor their teacher, who will be returning to his native England after this school year.

Lambert has been teaching at the school for the past two years as part of the Visiting International Faculty program, the largest exchange program for U.S. schools and teachers worldwide.
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Lambert first approached Sherwin Williams to ask about paint, and the company donated all of it for the project.
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Lambert taught the class a bit of Cockney rhyming slang, which market traders used as a code to speak among themselves when customers were near.
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Lambert gave the class an online assignment: to search their pen pal's school Web site for information, and then compare the English schools to the American.To help develop computer and Internet skills, each student is making his or her own Web page.
The students had a lot of fun learning about the differences between English football (known here as soccer) and American football, and learned to play cricket.There's a clock on the classroom wall that shows the time in England.
They even had a British feast, although Lambert was quick to point out that they had all decided to forgo the haggis.Good choice.


Education Stateside: Stuart ...

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Education Stateside: Stuart Lambert with pupils at the Iredell-Statesville Schools in North CarolinaEducation Stateside: Stuart Lambert with pupils at the Iredell-Statesville Schools in North Carolina

A CHELMSFORD teacher is flying the flag for England across the Atlantic.
Stuart Lambert is teaching in the United States as part of the Visiting International Facilty Programme - a three-year cultural exchange programme for teachers.
Stuart, 29, was educated at Lawford Mead Junior School and Rainsford High School.
After completing his sixth form college studies, he went to what was then Anglia Polytechnic University and gained a BEd (hons) teaching degree.
Before leaving for America, Stuart taught at Boreham Primary School.
He said: "During my time there, I decided it would be a good experience if I could have the opportunity to teach abroad.
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"VIF offered me that chance and sponsored me, like many other teachers around the world, to come and teach in America."
Stuart arrived in North Carolina in 2005 on a three-year visa and said he had enjoyed the challenge of educating the students.


Statesville, N.C. - Stuart ...

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Statesville, N.C. - Stuart Lambert, a visiting fourth-grade teacher from England at Woodland Heights Elementary School in Cornelius, has been named a North Carolina Outstanding Cultural Ambassador for excellence in providing students an international education to help prepare a new generation for success in the global economy.

The award is from the Visiting International Faculty Program, the largest internationalexchange program linking U.S. schools and teachers worldwide.The VIF Program is sponsoring nine international teachers in the Iredell-Statesville Schools and about 900 in North Carolina this year, providing schools highly qualified teachers to give students a world-class education.Overall, VIF is sponsoring about 1,700 teachers from 52 nations in nearly 1,000 schools in 10 states.
"I have enjoyed educating students abroad through the VIF Program this year," said Lambert."It has been very rewarding, as the children are inquisitive about my home country and look forward to lessons where they will experience new and exciting cultural activities."
David B. Young, president of the VIF Program, said: "Stuart Lambert is an extraordinary educator and a world-class cultural ambassador.
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Stuart Lambert
Stuart Lambert regularly incorporates teaching strategies at Woodland Heights Elementary School that he had mastered in England.And he finds innovative ways of using cultural education as a springboard for teaching the curriculum and sparking his young students' interest in learning.
Lambert once sent his fourth graders on a fun secret mission: to "sneak" into the Web site of their pen pals' school in England and find out as much about the school as they can.From this stealth operation, Lambert's "secret agent" students learned to navigate the Internet to find answers to their questions and then compared life in an English school to their own experience in the United States.
Lambert, now in his second year as a VIF teacher, shrinks the world for his students, encouraging them to learn about his heritage and to take pride in their own.
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Lambert is highly motivated to learn as much as he can about American society, as well as sharing his culture with the students and faculty.
"Stuart has been a positive addition to our teaching staff," said a colleague at Woodland Heights Elementary School.


Stuart Lambert's ...

www.vifprogramme.com [cached]

Stuart Lambert's fourth-grade students at Woodland Heights Elementary School in Mooresville wanted to do something to honor their teacher, who will be returning to his native England after this school year.

Lambert has been teaching at the school for the past two years as part of the Visiting International Faculty program, the largest exchange program for U.S. schools and teachers worldwide.
...
Lambert first approached Sherwin Williams to ask about paint, and the company donated all of it for the project.
...
Lambert taught the class a bit of Cockney rhyming slang, which market traders used as a code to speak among themselves when customers were near.
...
Lambert gave the class an online assignment: to search their pen pal's school Web site for information, and then compare the English schools to the American.To help develop computer and Internet skills, each student is making his or her own Web page.
The students had a lot of fun learning about the differences between English football (known here as soccer) and American football, and learned to play cricket.There's a clock on the classroom wall that shows the time in England.
They even had a British feast, although Lambert was quick to point out that they had all decided to forgo the haggis.Good choice.


Education Stateside: Stuart ...

www.vifprogram.org [cached]

Education Stateside: Stuart Lambert with pupils at the Iredell-Statesville Schools in North Carolina

A Chelmsford teacher is flying the flag for England across the Atlantic.
Stuart Lambert is teaching in the United States as part of the Visiting International Facilty Programme - a three-year cultural exchange programme for teachers.
Stuart, 29, was educated at Lawford Mead Junior School and Rainsford High School.
After completing his sixth form college studies, he went to what was then Anglia Polytechnic University and gained a BEd (hons) teaching degree.
Before leaving for America, Stuart taught at Boreham Primary School.
He said: "During my time there, I decided it would be a good experience if I could have the opportunity to teach abroad.
"VIF offered me that chance and sponsored me, like many other teachers around the world, to come and teach in America."
Stuart arrived in North Carolina in 2005 on a three-year visa and said he had enjoyed the challenge of educating the students.

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