Posts from Christina Jenkins
November 7, 2012
In my classroom and in many others that were fortunate to survive Sandy unscathed, we had conversations about post-hurricane well-being and then we moved on to the regularly scheduled program.
As a teacher, that’s devastating. As a student, it must be baffling. (more…)
October 23, 2012
It’s easy to observe ethnocentrism on MTV and scoff at a spoiled teenager for refusing to build a hut with cow dung. It’s a lot harder when you’re the one facing a plate of chicken feet with a pair of chopsticks. (more…)