Grad School Break

I am in the final four weeks of graduate school. On the other side of these four weeks is a degree and the type of work I have longed for. But between here and there is the rest of my student teaching, a two-week Teaching Through Drama class that meets daily for three hours, and a twice a week class on the Socio-Cultural Aspects of Pedagogy. And, I am also interviewing for jobs. Unfortunately, despite my best efforts, I can’t do this and keep my blog active.

I’ll see you all when my work at the University lightens up a bit.

Cheers

P.S.This is a night view of the Christian Science Church in Boston.

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33 thoughts on “Grad School Break

  1. Miss Gentileschi

    The picture is stunning, Chris! And donΒ΄t worry about not blogging these next weeks – we will be all here waiting for your return πŸ™‚ Concentrate on whatΒ΄s important, enjoy the time and good luck with the interviews! Wish I could peek into those Teaching through Drama classes – sounds so interesting! πŸ™‚ Cheers!

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  2. Ann Coleman

    Thanks for letting us know! (I always worry when someone just disappears from the blog sphere without warning.) I will miss reading your blog, but wish you all the best as you complete your schooling and enter the work force. Take care!

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Hi Lois. I am wrapping up and plan to start posting again in a week. By then, my degree program will be completed. Things are starting to wind down. I read my last chapter last night and am writing my last papers this weekend. I hope that you are well.

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Hi Hedy. Thank you for your thoughts. We stayed out of the city today. Summer is going well. Only two more days of classes. I hope August is treating you well. Cheers!

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