Questions of Success

Making a Difference

As the year winds down and the end of my TLG contract draws nigh, I find my thoughts drawn in two very different directions. On the one hand I am constantly looking forward to when I am home—what foods I will eat, friends I will see, gardens I will plant, and other projects I will start, etc.—but on the other hand I find myself looking back at the year that has been, at my time in Georgia and my time in the classroom. I have found myself reticent to write about my experience as a teacher and what I do in the classroom, because I so often look around at the other TLG teachers I have met and interacted with and see a group of people much more talented, motivated, and well-suited to life in the classroom. Through the year I have struggled to find my place as a teacher…

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About Sarah Rows Solo

British YouTuber and Founder of Environmental and STEM education charity Oceans Project, preparing for a solo row around the coast of Great Britain.
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