As I finished class on Friday here in Korea, I asked my fifth-grade student what she would be doing this weekend. She answered, “Studying!” “Oh,” I said, “well,
It takes a conscious effort to stop running. To pause and look inward. To learn that everything you need, you already have.
I’m a teacher, but I’m not a perfect teacher. But, oh how I love my students! This week I had the privilege of teaching students from Korea, Columbia,
On this holiday when we remember the price of war, let it remind us of the value of peace.
I have to admit, my ego often gets the best of me. I usually think “I’m all that!” (Just ask anyone close to me and they’ll concur.) So,
Change your lesson plan. Renumber your objectives for the day and make number one: Love your students. I’ve taught English to students in the US, Korea and Saudi
Walking around on the streets of Denver, I’m in awe of our freedoms. I just got back from two months in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Wow, look at that
Delays seem to creep in to fill any open time in a schedule! After getting a VISA number from my employer in Korea, I sent my documents to
Wow! It has been so fun discovering ways to use audio and video in my classes. If you think about how we learned our language, you have to