Wednesday, 1 March 2017

little moments // home office day


















It's my winter break and I spend my days grading a big (digital) pile of student papers. Oh the life of a teacher. Rather randomly I got inspired to pick up my Canon 40D during one of my breaks. I really should use it more often! And yes, it's easy to get distracted whilst working at home - yet it was a productive day.

1 comment:

  1. Dear Astrid,

    I am sorry I am using this way of contacting you, but I can't think of any other one.
    My name is Ania and I teach English in France.
    I have noticed that you are a teachers as well, and hence this letter to you (apart from that my sister has been a big fan of yours and that is how I heard about your blog).
    I have been trying to do research about the situation of English teachers in various countries in Europe.
    I have contacted quite a few teachers, but so far hasn't been very successful in persuading them to help me with my project.

    I was wondering if you would be willing/able to help either by getting involved yourself (if you teach English, that is), or by putting me in touch with the colleagues from your school.

    There are two ways of participating; one is by answering some (or all) of the questions from the following blog:

    https://englishteachersineurope.wordpress.com/



    The blog is definitely a more time consuming option but guarantees a more thorough approach as well. The second possibility would be
    to simply describe your typical working week, the pros and cons of teaching English in Norway, the common methods used..

    That would help me get insight into the situation.


    I would be very grateful for your contribution.


    Do not hesitate to contact me in case of questions.
    (apaczka@hotmail.co.uk)


    Kind regards,


    Ania Paczka

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