Recently in the Orientation to Finnish Culture and Education course at EdGlo we completed presentations on our personal education background. This gave us the ability to reflect on the education system we are most familiar with as well as learn about our classmates' backgrounds and their countries education systems. While my most current experience is … Continue reading Academic Profiles – Comparing the Dutch Education to US Education
Avery Holm Born and raised in a small town in Minnesota, USA. Educational background She grew up in the local public school system. In the local high school she joined the Arts Magnet Program where core subjects (English, science, social studies, etc.) were taught as interdisciplinary subjects with art. Across four years she explored creative … Continue reading A Profile of an EdGlo-19 Student
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I honestly don't remember this lesson (it's from awhile ago). This week just enjoy the before and after. Maybe you can find the differences and the potential lesson in the arrangement. Looking at my first attempt again, the big green leaf really bothers me now. It's too tall. I really taking pictures of arrangments from … Continue reading Ikenobo Arrangement #6
One week I didn't have class, so when I went grocery shopping after work I saw these pretty flowers and thought - hey, I can practice on my own. This was my result. Daffodils are hard to arrange.
Long time no see friends! Sorry for the delay in posting. Between visiting home for Christmas and preparing the end of the Japanese school year I have quite busy. Never fear though as I have continued taking ikebana lessons and I will continue to share them will you. In this arrangement, I had a … Continue reading Less is More: Arrangement #4
This year I am trying to differentiate my reading. I love books and tend to collect them where ever I go (seriously though, during the Global CRC Program I ended up with my suitcase half-filled with books I had picked up over the year). But between getting burned out from university reading and working … Continue reading What I read this month – January Review