My Students Say the Darndest Things II

The best blessing of working in a high school is the daily interactions with my students.  Many can hold great conversations.  Other times, hilarity and absurdity reign supreme. Note:  I don't give my students English names, but I changed their names for the sake of anonymity (and because it's fun). Two students work on a … Continue reading My Students Say the Darndest Things II

Ian Alienates Students with Harsh Grades

As I have mentioned before, my Korean expatriate experience is littered with both positive experiences and learning opportunities.  However, it is the frustrating days and mistakes that contribute most to my personal growth. For example, I learned that I am not an especially kind grader.  It all started during festival week.  After delaying for much … Continue reading Ian Alienates Students with Harsh Grades