People Say the Darnedest Things...
Working with people is the best part of my job as I am a people-person. See what people have written about me, as a teacher, colleague, and employee. Zoom in on individual letters using Ctrl+ or Cmd+.
Osama was a Robotics Course student and a vital member of the Botball Team in 2013-2014 at the Academic Bridge Program. He is now studying Information Systems at Carnegie Mellon University - Qatar and comes by regularly to talk and to support this year's robotics students. He posted this on Facebook just a few weeks ago.
Abdullah, a student in Advanced Computer Skills and Robotics at Academic Bridge Program who now studies engineering at Texas A&M University - Qatar.
Adrianna, a student I tutored in Math for two years while I was in Qatar. She now studies physical therapy at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.
Yamen, a student in Essential Computer Skills at Academic Bridge Program. He now studies engineering at Qatar University.
Ahmed, a student on the Botball Team at Academic Bridge Program
Director at the Academic Bridge Program, Dr. Bryan's thoughts and observations after an informal walk-through in my robotics class.
Sawsan, a student in my Intermediate Computer Skills and Robotics at Academic Bridge Program. This note was given to me when Sawsan was finishing her first year of university. She still comes by regularly to see me. :-)
Ameena, a student in my Intermediate Computer Skills class at Academic Bridge Program. She drew the flowers and is now studying art at Virginia Commonwealth University - Qatar.
Dave Parsons, my high school principal at Anglo-American School of Moscow
Sylvia, an ESL colleague, shared her thoughts when she visited my math classroom to support her student when I was at Anglo-American School of Moscow.
Alexandra, a 7th grade student at Anglo-American School of Moscow
Christophe Henry, my middle school assistant principal at Angl0-American School of Moscow
Kevin and Deborah, parents of two boys I taught in the middle school at Anglo-American School of Moscow
Jane, a parent of a high school student, Beth, at Anglo-American School of Moscow
My 9th grade Advisory group at Anglo-American School of Moscow anonymously wrote these things on the paper as it was taped to my back.
Linda Lapine, my assistant director of curriculum in Moscow, with whom I worked closely in my role as head of department for middle school math during our curriculum review
Doren, a colleague and substitute teacher from Anglo-American School of Moscow
Nanako, a high school student at Indianhead School in South Korea
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