If you read no other blog post today, you must read this: Let’s Get Physical. I’m not kidding.
Becca has very eloquently raised some interesting and important questions. Questions that speak to me.
Well, the people asked, and I aim to please my people, so here are a number of quotes and other tidbits from the assignments that I’ve graded for my students this term.
Enjoy…or something like that.
I’m at a bit of a blogging loss right now (have we not all been through this at some point over the last couple of months?).
So, I have just one thing to say right now.
(Interpret that as you will.)
Earlier today, Le Clown wrote this excellent post about he and The Ringmistress teaching their children more than one language. I had plenty to say, but couldn’t immediately. Then, as I continued to ruminate on it the rest of the day, while looking after things for Z and M, I decided that my own blog post in response was in order.
So, here it is.
Because I teach about introversion and extroversion in a couple of my classes, I’m often looking for resources that help to explain the difference.
Alright, I’ve been teaching for a dozen years. In class and on-line. Every single term for 12 years. More often than not, 2 to 3 classes per term. I couldn’t even begin to guess how many students that works out … Continue reading
So, I landed a new job.
You’re all, like, “Woo hoo, good for you, Meizac!” or “Yay! I knew you rocked that interview!!”
In the Winter and Spring of 2010, in addition to taking three courses and having pneumonia and a fractured rib, I taught some daytime classes at my local college.
Now, if you know me, you know how much I love teaching. Love it. Would do it for free, if I was independently wealthy. I’ve been in the shoes (in some way, shape or form) of many of my students, and I appreciate the opportunity to help them reach their educational and career goals.
A couple of weeks ago, I told you all that I had a job interview lined up. So, on Monday, I went for the interview.
As I am before anything like this, I was nervous. The most challenging part of the 24 hours leading up to the interview was figuring out what to wear. Having been focused on being a student and mom for the past several years, along with having been in business for myself (with very casual and understanding clients), my “business attire” wardrobe is seriously lacking.
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