Posts tagged immersionship
Home Again, Again.

When I first moved here, to this strange land, a place where I didn't know a single soul, I was justifiably nervous. Who would I meet? How would I communicate? What would I say?These thoughts raced through my mind and they still surface now and again. It's a natural reaction moving from a place of security to a place unknown. But recently, those worries and fears have started to fall away.

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I Will Be Taught

Teaching in a foreign place is destroying my concept of what “normal” education should look like. It's imbuing me with a greater sense of patience (while paradoxically driving me closer to insanity). And of course, as you teachers out there know, I am daily given a most wonderful reminder...

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