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... offer professional development classes which is what I want. If I am going to be living in another country, I would like to be with a company that values my learning their culture since I am teaching about my own culture and a company that values my development as a teacher! In the end, I got what I really wanted and I cannot wait to be in Beijing!! I know that this will be a great experience for me and soon, I will be in Beijing, teaching and learning Chinese.
... that I have been to before and the primary reason is to teach English at two camps. One is in Siauliai, LIthuania which is where I taught last summer for three weeks and one of the primary motivators for returning and the other is in a small village in Western Poland called Nowa Ruda. Before teaching, I will be going to Latvia since all of the teachers who will teach with me in LIthuania ...
Today we went to the Science Museum with Mikko, the girls' cousin. Their favourite place there is the "collector 's corner ". Elena and Ariana arrived there loaded with two boxes full of fossils , agates and science work they had done in the last year especially to give the Museum. The volunteers there are so great: they listen to what the girls had to explain, asked questions and gave additional ...
... years and finally making a last two day stop in London to see my old tour guide and other friends who studied in Eau Claire.
This blog is partly informative with travel information, historical references and cultural key notes along with documenting the memories and the things happening to me while I am teaching in Lithuania and other things.
As with my other travel blog, I want to start off by saying how thankful I have been to have been blessed with such good ...
... own needs, and have to fend for myself. No trying to keep up with Julie's blue pack vanishing around the curve ahead, or getting mad if she doesn't stick around to help me over a troublesome blow down (you know, the tree blocking the path that's just a little too high to step over, a little too low to crawl under and far too wide to walk around). It also means no safe, comforting body between me and my fear of the dark. It will be an[other] adventure that will test my physical ...