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Megan in the Classroom


Want to know what I look like in the classroom? Here is a tiny clip of me… pretty much I’m doing nothing but nodding my head and listening to students explain their answers to my activity.

I had no idea I was being recorded, the person just happened to catch me at a time when I was not talking. I am thankful to be able to give you a small glimpse into the classroom though.
I taught on relationships and the importance of working in a team and with different people. This was part of a bigger teaching that was all about that destiny that God has for each person.

You can check out more of the curriculum that was used at the website here.

posted under DTS, Megan, YWAM
One Comment to

“Megan in the Classroom”

  1. On November 13th, 2012 at 12:53 pm Aunt Nancy Says:

    I read the comment you made about loving the Ukraine and the man being touched by hearing that. It touched me as well because I’m experiencing the same thing here in Bulgaria. Everyone is so surprised that I chose to stay more time and that I say I really do like it here. I think the legacy of communism is such a sense of futility that it’s hard to really get pride back. But the people I’ve met are just amazingly kind, some of the kindest people in the world and clearly you’re finding the same thing. It makes the inconveniences like the water something you just cope with. We haven’t lost water but I’ve had problems and that lovely rust crud — more than filters out by using a Britta. Blessings to you.