Nailah’s first two books are a compilation of journals from her three-month journey in South Korea: the good, the bad and the ugly. As the third volume in the SoKoDiaries Book Series, “Reverse Culture Shock” speaks about Nailah’s life after diving back into the routine of her native country (United States) after being immersed in “the Asian culture” for a season.
A humorous and entertaining narration of a long career as a teacher of high school sophomores.
“Mister Trump” taught biology for 41 years – interrupted only by two years in the U.S. Navy during the Second World War. If his students had known that he was journaling his teaching experiences perhaps they might have been more careful of their antics. But then we wouldn’t have as many funny stories.
Discover nine fundamental and simple changes all teachers can make to how they educate young people. These building blocks can all work within the current system while providing the real world skills that the curriculum and subject based learning deny students.
Teaching Spanish is not just teaching the language you know. But knowing a little bit of the history and the importance of Spanish in the United States and around the world helps you and your student see why being bilingual can enrich their lives and open greater opportunities.