The first time I heard this Issan lullaby was when my daughter had a really hard time calming down and falling asleep. My wife got closer to her and started to hum this odd, yet magical chant (at least, I thought she was humming). In a very short amount of time, my daughter fell asleep […]
What makes a good teacher? This is a very good yet hazardous debate as one could hastily answer this question and miss the real point. As a matter of fact, the question is multiple and should be several questions instead: ⇒ Are you a good teacher from the families’ perspective? ⇒ Are you a good
There are many benefits to be a teacher: there are of course the holidays and week-ends, good working hours and the possibility to have quality time with the family back home. Yet, these are not really the main benefits of being a teacher, they are pleasant addons but the real benefits are of different Nature.
Am I a teacher and do I have students? Well, according to my job description and title, it appears that I am and I do have students. Does it really mean I consider myself as a teacher having students though? Not sure… The general understanding is that everybody knows a teacher is someone who teaches
My name is Romain Grouazel-Krauss, I was born in Brittany and have been teaching throughout France, the USA and Thailand for the past ten years. I am a Breton man of Gypsy descent and somehow, I guess, I kept the tradition given by my forefathers and kept moving and traveling for the last twenty-two years.