On Tuesdays and Thursdays I work at Kurkino – which is an hour and a half away from where I live. Excellent, right? Apart from the marshrutka (a minibus/van hybrid that vaguely follows traffic laws), […]
I have always wanted to be a teacher. I’d like to say it started because I’ve always been passionate about education, but I reckon it started because I couldn’t imagine doing anything but spending every […]
Blocked cards, free face masks, and polite Russians.
Things that are wonderful about teaching: the actual teaching part.
What I wish I had known from Day One.
There is no doubt about it, the transition from school or work to university is one of the most difficult ones you have faced thus far. You have left where you consider ‘home’, free dental […]
What better way to start off my blog than to discuss the actual teacher training? I wasn’t always going to do a CELTA course. In fact, my job didn’t require it and I had taught […]