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Posts Tagged With ‘ teaching ’


Faces of Boulder – Pic of The Day!

September 16th, 2016

Lifelong collector of comics and lover of inked lines, Preston Cram is a Colorado native and has lived in Boulder for five years. He graduated from CU Boulder with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting and is currently earning his Master of Education at Regis University. He can be found getting coffee and donuts anywhere along the front range — in fact, he put down a box of donuts to take this photo.  Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day!

August 5th, 2016

“At the end of August, I’m moving to Pristina, Kosovo. I’ll be working as a high school social studies teacher at the American School of Kosova. Sometimes I have moments of extreme excitement for my upcoming adventures, then I have moments of nervousness, questioning, and anxiety. Like, how do you teach about the Holocaust and genocide to students who have witnessed a genocide? What challenges will I face? How will I adjust to life in Kosovo? I love my Colorado life, but I want to explore elsewhere, too, and learn other histories.” – Megan Lukens  Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day!

March 27th, 2016

“The thing that is frustrating as a teacher is this constant state of flux with philosophies that come and go with maybe administration in your building or maybe the school board philosophy. And everybody has this secret recipe for how to be successful and how to get these kids to do better. I don’t think there is one, I think you just got to work. So some of that frustration is like, you just get used to a system and then boom it changes again. I think we have a lot of great teachers there and all students have the opportunity to learn, they just have to take advantage of the opportunity…In... Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day!

March 11th, 2016

“I was a teacher and the human condition was something that I have been enamored with. That is really why I liked teaching, is working with the kids, their hearts…I am an experiential facilitator. I work with groups that have an intentional goal to become more aware of some aspect of their groupness… I teach what I must learn, therefore the things that I work on with other people are the things that I am also learning myself. It is really all one in the same. Where does one start and one end? I really have no idea.”- Tiffany Higgins  Read More