The Korean National Folk Museum , a set on Flickr. November’s field trip came and went. Its a lot chillier now and that meant an indoor trip…well for the most part. The school has been getting so much better. The Korean National Folk Museum was a lot of fun even with a wild and disorderly … More The Korean National Folk Museum
I don’t know if its worthwhile but I will start making regular text posts with small tidbits of my last teaching month in Korea. I have a lot to say about this experience and I want to share it- both the good and the bad because its always good to hear both sides. I hope … More Teaching in Korea: Experience Posts? and Market Day
My Grapes After School Class (5 and 6 years old) behaved so well today! I pulled out my camera to capture the moments. Let me tell you a little bit about our after school program. We spend two 50 minute classes with the kids and do crafts and simple English activities. Today we did H … More Teaching In Korea: Hardworking After School Class! ^__^
Teaching can have many rewarding moments, like a rainy day in the library. These three are some of my favorite kids in school. David, Bona and Wendy thanks for being such good kids and great students! Apple Class’ David likes to play alone 🙂 After he saw me with my camera he ran to grab … More Teaching in Korea: A Rainy Day in the Library
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