Jason Lashley currently lives and works in South Korea. He has served in many different capacities in his adult life. These include functioning as a fast food worker, apprentice electrician, factory worker, electrical parts installer, computer network administrator, curriculum developer, personnel trainer, non-profit group organizer, business events planner, strategic planner, and business team leader. However, after trying all of these, he likes his job teaching best. He believes that all lives are like clay, and that anytime we come into contact with someone else, we cannot avoid leaving traces in life's clay.
You only thought your high school was hard!
Well, things could have been worse. Did you ever consider trying to learn school subjects in a foreign language? Traces In Clay features some students' personalities from one class at an international school in Korea. Here you will find touching stories and unforgettable personalities combined into a teacher's last lesson.