What a month it has been, in every way. From a wedding in Goa (not mine), checking out endangered primates on a school field trip, building evictions (strange family owns apartment building) and a move to new house in an exhausting five day turn around, reports going out for the third time this year (5.5 weeks until the next batch – hmmm) to bundling up my students’ internal assessment projects for the IBO to moderate. To say I was tired, it’s just not expressive enough. “Met qua” is how we say it in Viet Nam, and it feels right. You can hang on that qua to emphasise the level, but not as a crescendo, dampening the sound at the end. Me, “met quaaaaaaaaaaaa”. It’s like a verbal graph. Nice.
Naturally there were still classes going on so I also have a month of pretty interesting things to talk about. With so much to report this might get swirly or I might write a few posts and then link. By the time you read this, the structure will be obvious.
Links it is…
Joining in with science, humanities, languages and more for an IDU on nuclear energy. My class joined in to create some data visualisations.