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Glass Dishes and Plastic Swords: A Day at the Zoo

Originally posted on Making a Difference:
To me, the zoo has always been a magical place. I didn’t get to visit very often when I was a child, however, as it was at least an hour’s drive away and expensive,…

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Teachers Can Be Students

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Lately, the most popular topic of discussion in the staffroom has been the National Exam that teachers need to take by 2014; otherwise they will be out of work. Most of the teachers in…

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Lisi Lake

Lovely day with the kids at Lisi Lake today, though I’m sure we all have a little sunburn despite applying lots of sun lotion (another training lesson for our Earthwatch expeditions!)! Was 24degrees when I left home at 9am, and … Continue reading

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Evidence of Progress

Originally posted on Making a Difference:
One of the most rewarding things about the end of the term is the abundance of evidence that I have made a difference in my school. Any time I spend in the hallways corresponds…

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English: A Georgian Language?

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Over four months into my one year TLG placement in Telavi, I have noticed that although there are English speakers in this city, Georgian is the language of the majority. When I moved in…

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The Georgian Wildlife Show

I’m so excited to share the second episode of ‘The Georgian Wildlife Show’ with you.  The show was set up by our Oceans Ambassadors and counts towards their Duke of Edinburgh/International Award for Young People and has been researched and … Continue reading

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Bus Stops and Mutts

Today’s mini blog is dedicated to some of the most amazing expats I have met in Georgia over the past few weeks, all of whom are doing great things.  Its crazy how closely knit the community is.  For example, my … Continue reading

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