A bilingual classroom missing a few walls

Live, Travel, Teach

Okay, so I’ve been busy.  But busy is good, especially since its because I love my new job and coworkers!  Teaching 4th grade is a wonderful change from my crappy hogwon and I continue to be impressed by the professionalism exhibited at my new school.  Everyone from the administration to the teachers, students and parents are a joy to work with!

I have meetings a few times a week which helps make sure that I use my downtime productively but it also means I have an idea whats going on in the school.  I actually feel like a part of the team instead of an under-appreciated foreigner.  One of my favorites was when the English program director and some other administration sat us down to talk about professional goals.  Not just at our school but in life.  So happy to be in a job where I have educator colleagues and…

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