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Always learning so I can teach to change the world!

I learned very early on in my teaching career that the training I received which allowed me to teach was woefully inadequate in terms of what I was required to do and what I wanted to achieve in my classroom. 996 more words

It's (almost) break time!

With the mid semester break right around the corner, this week was a tough balance of trying to push through the final hurdle and not really caring (leaning towards losing steam and wanting to sleep through classes). 1,038 more words

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Lessons in Sportsmanship (and some studying)

With midterms on the horizon, the 18th to 24th of August were not overly exciting. I spent far too much time with my textbooks and notes but as always, the week had some big takeaways. 1,007 more words

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The place I've been calling home

Ever wonder where I’ve been living for the last eight months? Where I go home to after a day of classes, soccer practice, and exploring a new niche in Cape Town? 583 more words

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My first lecture

I was contracted at the beginning of the year as an assistant lecturer for the course CHE2040S, a second year course that focuses on fluid flow and heat transfer. 834 more words


The Road Less Traveled

The Front Row has had some rough times recently. We had a meeting with our directors and with Professor Eric Wood, bringing him him up to speed with Mountain Brew. 357 more words

FreeTalk, Storify'd

A while ago, I livetweeted a ‘FreeTalk’ held by UCT’s Anarchist Collective. The talk dealt with finding a path to peace in the chaos of the Israel/Palestine regional situation, sourcing ideas and values from representatives of both sides and members of the UCT community. 44 more words