For this challenge, it all about images, and how to add and use images in your blog. I decided to create a collage using photovisi about Seoul. There are so many things that I love about Seoul, so I've put together a few of my best shots of its delicious food, sights, and heart. It … Continue reading Challenge #5- City of Heart & Seoul
This challenge encouraged us to make avatars using different websites. Here are some new avatars I made using the following websites: Reasonably Clever (Lego character) & Picasso Heads How to create a wimp yourself avatar in 3 easy steps: 1)Go to Wimp yourself and create your own character that resembles the Diary of a Wimpy Kid character. Save … Continue reading Challenge #4- Wimp Yourself
Challenge #3- Spring Cleaning! The third edublog teacher challenge is to clean up our about page and add another page as well. I'm hoping that my title for the post will make me feel warmer... I did a major clean up of my about page. I tried to make it more visually pleasing to the eye with … Continue reading Challenge #3- Spring Cleaning!
Since I've joined the edublogs teacher challenge, I've come across so many interesting teaching blogs. It's like I've stepped into the whole new world of blogging and all it took was a few clicks! Challenge#2 is about writing effective posts. I really like the analogy that they give, that the post is like the heartbeat … Continue reading Challenge #2- How to Keep Your Heartbeat
I've decided to join the Edublogs teacher blogging challenge in an attempt to blog more this year! The first challenge that I'm going to complete is to write about my life as a blogger. My Life as a Blogger It all started in a Barnard college dorm room, with an old Dell P.C., and xanga.com. … Continue reading Challenge #1: My Life as a Blogger
This Christmas vacation, I had a chance to go to Cambodia on a missions trip through New Hope for Orphans. I taught Korean classes for a week, and my team mates taught English classes in a rural orphanage in Kompong Cham, Cambodia. I didn't know what to expect at the orphanage in terms of teaching. … Continue reading Teaching in the Dark
Happy New Years everyone! I was browsing through a few different blogs that I read and I stumbled upon a great entry about all the things they accomplished in 2010. I was inspired by that blog to reflect about my year as a teacher. So this is more for me, so I can remember what … Continue reading A Year of Learning