Did It Again

10 Years Ago

I used often to link this post on writing about difficult things aka It’s the End of the World as We Know It and have had it on my mind while working on an essay about online teaching, catastrophe and isolation. Ten years can bring a lot of change. As I (try to) start writing again, having lived the life of daily catastrophe around the corner — or rather, in the back seat of our car — is how I’ve been able to acquire some proficiency in the art of long distance, “remote” teaching. 

And now I try to put what I learned to good use and bear witness to what fruits harsh experience can teach (see image below).



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