Korea’s school year ends in January/February and begins again in March. At work, the kindergarten teachers (I teach pre-k, not kinder) are preparing for the graduation ceremony. Our head kinder […]
You never know what kids are going to bring with them to class. I usually mean that in an emotional sense. But some days they just want to turn on […]
Born in 1987 I consider myself the true last generation who will remember what I half-jokingly call the “Before Time” as in, the time before everything became digital. I’ll remember, […]
It’s easy to fall into a rut of finding fault with a new home. Fallible as we humans are, we sometimes only know how to learn and adapt by relying […]
Good news for the worldview of my pre school students: kimchi is edging into the world’s culinary spotlight. As I said in a previous entry, the people of the media […]
Last night I watched Woody Allen’s To Rome With Love, which had come out while I was living in Italy, but was not showing in many theaters there or when […]
In the single digit temperatures, I stayed inside and studied the Korean alphabet.