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Oops!

I did it again! I’m sorry, I really am! I have gotten so busy these past few weeks with work and starting my TESL/TESOL in class portion of the course I’m taking. 584 more words

Personal

So far so good... 

After literally 24 hours of traveling, I made it to my hotel in Paris. That night I ate pizza at a place down the street and people watched, took a shower and slept for 12.5 hours. 318 more words

Social Justice: Is teaching English making me more entitled?


I’m a feminist and a social justice advocate, so I spend a lot of time and energy trying to change entitlement in myself and others. 967 more words

Social Justice

Saying Goodbye

Nothing is certain but death and taxes, and I think maybe saying goodbye to the people you love.

Every time you meet someone new, one of two things happens. 577 more words

Travel

Graffiti Writing

Hi all! Kayla here! Lately I’ve been exploring ways to help English Learners  in my classroom.

This semester has been tough because there are more English Learners in my classroom than ever before, and they are all on different levels of English development. 458 more words

Education

"Teaching" vs "Learning"

“Teaching” vs “Learning”

What’s The Difference?

Theodore Roethke once wrote:

“A teacher is One who carries on his education in public.”

Think about your best classes in school. 

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Inspiration

Why I'm Teaching English in Korea

As graduation draws nearer and nearer so the questions about what we will all be doing post-college grow more and more frequent. It’s salt on the wounds of those people who don’t know exactly what the next few years hold, it’s the moment that years of work for the people who can give a solid answer have waited for, and for those of us somewhere in the middle it can be quite funny at times. 838 more words

Korea