All things considered my adjustment into teaching in the United States has been rather easy. However, being what is called a third culture kid and now a third culture adult, culture around me has always been a focal point. There are just some strange moments that happen because my brain automatically short-circuits to think like … Continue reading Five Awkward Things I Do Now…After Teaching In Korea
Somewhat Of A Practical Guide For this semester, I tried something new in my classroom. I flipped my classroom. A simple definition of a flipped classroom, is when students do content learning at home (such as, notes, reading, ect.) and they do activities (debates, worksheets...but more critical thinking, and primary sources, and so … Continue reading What Flipping My Classroom Has Taught Me
I wanted to try my hands at making a DIY video.
It seems as though we just finished school for the summer and now we are beginning a new year. Of course, I have missed my kiddos and to a point I am excited to start back. I really enjoyed my summer home. This first week back has been super busy with new teachers, new classes, … Continue reading Back To School Ideas For Secondary Teachers
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Teaching overseas is both exciting and challenging. Our students are all ELL (English Language Learners) which means that their level may be low in English and they do not always understand what they learn. (Teaching U.S. History to students who have never experienced real American culture is hard stuff) Just like any teacher I am … Continue reading International Teacher Haul