I’m going to start off by saying that NoDak will always be #1 in my heart when it comes to university life. The campus (with its perfectly square layout, green courtyards, and unmistakably foul-smelling coulee), the facilities (including the timeless chalkboards of Witmer #mathlete), the faculty (shout out to Jan at Squires dining hall), the … Continue reading alcalá.
Prior teaching experience: -suburb of Minneapolis -2 years in a public high school -9-10th graders (with a handful of 11th/12th graders each year) -Geometry and Algbera 2 -Americans (new Americans, 1st-2nd-3rd...+ generation) -class sizes 28-38. Current teaching experience: -suburb of Madrid -1 year in a semi-private school -7th-9th grade -English levels 4-6 -Spaniards (new Spaniards, … Continue reading teachers gonna teach.
Culture is a very complex concept. When we are asked to describe or define our own culture, most people would begin to explain traditions, holidays, food, music, dance… maybe even venturing into values, stereotypes, family structures, institutions, education, and so on. Over the past two months living in Spain, I have realized there is one component … Continue reading finding my emojo.