Photo #82: March 23
When I was an elementary school student, I wanted to be a scientist. Come high school, I wanted to be a lawyer. However, inspired by my awesome English teachers, I realized I wanted to teach. Thank you for this, JC! This goes out to my fellow teachers as well! Continue molding minds, inspiring creativity, and honing talents!
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Photo #50: February 19
I’ve been teaching this 12-yo kid for nearly 2 months now. He is always assisted by his dad, who’s also a beginner. We have used 3 different materials so far, and most of the time, he sounded perfunctory and would just repeat the answers given by his patient dad. All that changed when I decided to try free conversation with him as I noticed his Skype picture – a toy bear. Oh boy, he became more active, sounded much happier, and even started using his video! Here are some of his toys! In Filipino, NAHULI KO YUNG KILITI NIYA, and I love it whenever that happens!
Photo #42: February 11
When you love your job so much, Sundays are rarely rest days, especially when you have dedicated students! I love my loyal young learners so much huhu! ❤
hoto #293: October 20
Me, this morning: I’ll end with 400 lessons today!
Me, now: sleep >>>>>> work
I’ll just enjoy this weekend, but make sure to reach 500 by Friday next week! Off to dreamland! Oyasumi!
Photo #216: August 4
It’s back to work for me, but not yet fully. I’ll go back to “full-time” teaching next week (i.e. 13 hours or more).
Photo #164: June 13
I’ve got mail! ♥
A lot of people ask me how I manage to work for more than 10 hours a day, and receiving messages like this is one of my many reasons. Yes, I still get stressed, but my job’s flexibility allows me to have work-life balance. Teaching is highly fulfilling, more so with RareJob Philippines, Inc. ♥ #ilovemyjob
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Photo #159: June 8
Demo lesson getup for tuh-day. Not in picture: shorts. 😀