The Lattitude training course I'm running these days is going well. I have this afternoon off, while they go sightseeing at the Golden Temple. It's a welcome break for me as the other two teachers who were doing some of the training with me have both had to pull out. Plus, I'm trying to fit in my normal school classes with kids at the same time, as far as possible. It helps that this intake are a particularly punctual, lively and thoughtful bunch. I do enjoy training (even more than teaching, and there is a difference!). There's still ¾ of the course to go, but so far, so good!
25/2/2011 07:13:49 am
oh my Paul! You are a superman!! how are you managing to run this by yourself and still doing ordinary teaching? Have you found a way of splitting yourself in two? slowed time down? or found a way to squeeze 28 hours in the day???? :)
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Paul Hider lives and works in Kunming (SW China) and regularly updates this blog about his life there.
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