I was at school teaching when my mom texted to tell us that Kim's surgery had been postponed. I had no understanding of why the surgeon would do it, but I was immediately fearful that something had happened and that my mom did not want to tell me via text. When we got in touch … Continue reading Brachial Aneurysm, Part II: The Article
Sometimes life happens and effectively prevents you from getting done those things that you really want to do. At the beginning of the school year, I decided that I wanted to create this blog to document the curriculum that I have created and how effectively it works. At the moment, it is going relatively well. … Continue reading Brachial Aneurysm, Part I: The Event
The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. I began my journey toward teaching Anthropology as a high school course over the last year. I began by developing a set of standards and creating my own curriculum for a year - long course.