Georgia On My Mind
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- Georgian Hospitality 1 month ago One of the traditions Georgians are most proud of is their tradition of hospitality. I have been the beneficiary of this hospitality on countless occasions over the last four years, many of which I have not had the opportunity to … Continue reading →
- Why I Teach Programming 2 months ago I teach programming for two reasons: to increase the diversity of the tech industry, and because I believe that the skills used for programming are both relevant to our lives and transferable to non-programming fields. I’ve read arguments that everyone … Continue reading →
- Advice for Expats: Health and Medicine 3 months ago While I usually use this blog for advice and information about Georgia in particular, I couldn’t turn down the chance to contribute to HiFX’ new expat tip campaign (http://www.hifx.co.uk/resources/expat-tips/), which offers quality advice from expat experts to those looking to … Continue...
- To Teach a Programmer 5 months ago This might fall under the category of “things that should have been obvious”, but teaching programming is vastly different from teaching English. I’m in my second semester – the long semester – which I started off by introducing the kids … Continue reading →
- Private Schooling and Making a Difference 6 months ago In the past I’ve made fun of the idea that TLG volunteers are “volunteers”, given that we were being paid more than the local teachers who were carrying the weight of our students’ education. Still, there was something of the … Continue reading →
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