Right outside the gate at the end of the driveway, the kids were playing hide and seek behind banana leaves the size of them. As I walked towards them, Tipsuda … Continue reading
One of my legacies as an English teacher for the SOLD kiddos may be how effectively I taught the meaning and pronunciation of the word ‘mean’. The kids loved it. … Continue reading
I have a sweet student named Aunglee who attends my Level 1 English classes. The first couple of times I saw him I was struck by his little face, how … Continue reading
Excellent Op-Ed article from the Bangkok Post about the state of the English language and how it is taught in Thailand.
I’m ripping open bags of plastic, extracting the mini potato chips bags and lining them up on the makeshift table in the Resource Center. All fans are turned up high … Continue reading
I think about the whole journey of my time here starting from when I made the decision in New York. My friends and family rallying around me and believing in … Continue reading
My friend Constance (a teacher in a town about an hour south of Chiang Rai. She and her husband have lived here for two years and are returning to America … Continue reading
Learning a new language and teaching a new language to others. This journey of learning how to do both has been quite an adventure. A few weeks ago the whole … Continue reading