Love & evolution
Two words related to teaching throughout my career
Without one, I dread the class day ahead; I count the minutes until class ends; I like nothing I use in class. One cannot last long without the other.
When one is missing, I choose to change: accept a new challenge, engage in new opportunities to collaborate, teach […]
A valid buzz surrounds the importance of teaching students to think critically when reading, looking at visual media or listening to arguments. Many international 1st-year university students are products of a believe-what-you’re-told, there-is-a-right-answer educational system. As a result, questioning does not come naturally. And so, I want to devote a couple posts to […]
Once upon a time I was a a teacher at a private language school in Toronto and it was at this school, in my first class there, that I met Nao, a student who would inspire me to learn more to teach more to improve me to inspire more. As part of