A FEW OF MY FAVORITES

I have had quite a few teachers during my educational career. I attended five different elementary schools, two junior highs, and one high school. Of all of those teachers, I think my favorites were those who taught my least favorite subjects. I always dreaded going to a new math or science class, because those were my least favorite subjects. Strangely enough, these teachers were, and still are my favorites. These are the teachers that I have befriended on Facebook and the teachers that I ask about. Continue reading “A FEW OF MY FAVORITES”

SOCIAL ECOLOGY & DEMOGRAPHY

Every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:00 – 3:15 I am sitting in Room 218 of the Liberal Arts Building at UCO. The course title is “Ecology & Demography.” Basically, it is a population class. We talk about mortality, fertility, migration, and really anything that deals with population. Yesterday was a different kind of day for that class. I left extremely frustrated, irritated, and angered. As I walked to my car it felt as if all of my energy was quickly leaving me. My heart was hurting.  Continue reading “SOCIAL ECOLOGY & DEMOGRAPHY”