Orientation Presentations – Finding Perspective

I recently gave my second presentation to incoming native teachers about the benefits and processes of lesson planning.  Such orientation talks not only helped me meet and encourage fresh foreign English teachers, but also provided a well-timed shift in perspective. This second presentation proved to be a more intimate affair.  JLP rushed nine instructors to … Continue reading Orientation Presentations – Finding Perspective

My Crazy Cool Messenger VI (Series Finale)

With my last piece of evidence from Namak High School, I present the final episode of My Crazy Cool Messenger. Google Translate is a comedy goldmine.  Happy Tuesday everyone.  Stay strong! The blue color looks a little luxurious, Please report it to us We will give you a delicious chocolate cookie. Yes, Mr. Principal.  Your … Continue reading My Crazy Cool Messenger VI (Series Finale)

Week Two. Less To Do. More Room To Grow

After an initial workweek drenched in mixed emotions, I punched in my office for code Monday morning. My posture stretched skyward with optimism. My predecessor was gone. The current class of six-month trainees returned to their schools. I felt like a full-fledged, albeit green, part of the team. I buzzed with a bit of a … Continue reading Week Two. Less To Do. More Room To Grow