Monthly Archives: September 2014

Teaching History is HARD!

So, I never did history in high school. I didn’t take any history papers at university (pfft, who needs history at university!), and geography was my major anyway. There were jobs available in New Zealand for teachers who could teach … Continue reading

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New Friends

Going to an international church certainly has its benefits. Today I had the privilege to make new friends with some guys from Guinea-Bissau. (if you are unsure where this is, it is in West Africa). I went with my friend … Continue reading

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Changing topics

There comes that time, every term, where I have to change topics over a weekend (or a day!). I try to be organised and have the Scheme of Work (overview) of the topic all ready to go, and the textbooks … Continue reading

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The Triangle of Happiness

The triangle of happinessĀ on campus has been fairly sad the last few weeks. The water has been great (and our water pressure in the house has been fixed!), but the power has been exceptionally bad for many parts of campus. … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!!

I know it seems strange, but here in Ethiopia we have indeed just entered a brand new year. And the year is 2007!! Yay! This has meant that we have had a holiday day, but sadly not a long weekend. … Continue reading

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