This monkey held my hand for as long as I was willing to hold his.
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
This semester I have been given another task here at Maxwell Adventist Academy. On top of being the Assistant Boys Dean and PE teacher, I now teach Sophomore Bible class. Five days a week I prepare for class by making Power Point presentations and preparing supplemental homework assignments. Below you will find a day of class where I had the students working together and giving impromptu presentations.
This is the extent of my classroom.
This group of six worked well together and gave a decent presentation considering I had surprised them with the in-class assignment.
Saturday, February 26, 2011
It all started with a pile of papers that were being neglected. I decided to finally go through my "I'll deal with these later" pile of papers from the last two months. "Later" arrived, and I can now see my desk again. But I am left with two pages, double-sided, of Sudoku puzzles. Compliments of Union College Student Missions Office. I have spent literally hours this weekend feebly trying to master these non-mathematical number games from Satan. Just this morning I worked on a single puzzle all the way through Sabbath School and Church before giving up and handing it over to Ricky for him to solve. During that entire time I was able to get one number of that "Evil" puzzle. In other words, Sudoku isn't really my thing.