What is My Passion?
Passion: The object of an intense desire, ardent affection, or enthusiasm.
Farming is something that takes patience and love. When I was a little boy, I had a barrel that was cut in half that mom said I could fill with flowers. My sister had one too, and she bought flowers at the store, but I had no money so I went around and got weeds.
If we’ve heard it once, we’ve heard it a thousand times…the future of the planet depends on the students sitting in our classrooms. As educators, the task of nurturing this next generation to appreciate the role of science in addressing local as well as global problems often falls to us.ShareThis
Ever wonder what it is like to just pick up and go? To travel full-time, WITH your kids? We've shared many family travelers here on Wandering Educators, and there's always room for more - for each family travels in its own way, choosing what is best for THEM. We recently had a chance to catch up with Ruth Johnston, who travels full-time with her son.
My family was chosen to lead the Global Term Abroad program with St. Olaf College! My father teaches music theory there, which is a great connection. My sister, my parents and I joined fourteen college students on a seven-country journey across the world: Switzerland, Turkey, Greece, India, China, Korea, and Thailand.
Ever since I saw a blue poison dart frog on the cover of my Ranger Rick magazine, I knew I was hooked on the animals. I was young and didn’t have a favorite color, so I just mashed them all together in my dreams. And my dreams came to life in the magazine, except the mashed up colors came out in the shape of frogs.