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I am Leading a Few Writing Classes in the Very Near Future

Friday, October 9, 2015 from 10:30am to 12:30pm

Only two days to register for Studies in Plotting: Focus on Mystery and Horror! Come armed with your favorite scary or suspenseful novel. 127 more words

Grateful for New Classroom Computer

This year I stepped into a room free of furniture and teaching resources – including a computer to work on and check emails. After a week or so, a working computer was found for me (albeit a bit slow), a monitor as well as an old keyboard. 214 more words


Art with coffee

This weekend I am part of the master-apprentice programm as master artist of Kunst op de Koffie in Arnhem. Therefore I invited the talented Roy Vastenburg… 21 more words


Scaffolding with Open-ended Projects

Giving students more control and ownership over their lessons and experiences in school is a double-edged sword. Educators want independent learners who want to find out more and know how to study but young people need to learn to self-regulate. 510 more words


The Worst Day Ever.

Today has been the day from hell. The day didn’t start good, I woke up late. I had tons of teacher training to get through. It was stressing me out. 275 more words

South Korea

first days of school

Highlands International School is located up in the hills of Espluges de Llobregat. Though it’s an hour on the bus from my very centrally-located flat on Ronda de Sant Pere, you can see all the way to the sea from up there. 510 more words