Tag Archives: teaching online

Lots to Juggle

There are some complex machines out there.  You know what I am talking about.  You’ve seen those people sitting in front of some control panel, flipping hundreds of switches while turning thousands of dials,  with ease.   They make the complex … Continue reading

Posted in computers, ESL, online, perfect moment, students, tasks, teaching, working from home | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Indulgence To Ward Off the Blahs

I had an okay day.  I taught some students.  I got some paperless paperwork done.  I knocked a couple of things off of my to do list.  I talked to my girlfriend.  I watched some cool “maker” videos on YouTube.  … Continue reading

Posted in chocolate, comfort food, ESL, food blogging, ice cream, online, perfect moment, students, teaching, working from home | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 8 Comments

Ramblings

I have a few rambling thoughts before I go to bed.  None of them are Today’s Perfect Moment–so if that is what you came for, you could stop reading now, but I sincerely hope that you don’t. On Blogging I … Continue reading

Posted in blog, blog posts, blogging, blogposts, entertainment, ESL, growing your blog, hobbies, increasing blog traffic, organization, perfect moment, Spring, teaching, TV, weather, winter, YouTube | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 6 Comments

A Little Distraction

While it is hard to find Perfect Moments amid all the doom and gloom, sometimes Mother Nature steps in and shows me the way. I woke this morning to snow gently falling in my neighbourhood.  As we are in spring, … Continue reading

Posted in ESL, nature, online, perfect moment, self isolation, snow, social distancing, Spring, students, teaching, winter | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments