For this week’s episode of Science Teaching Tips, I’ve got a story from a veteran teacher about her first year of teaching — which was quite unusual. She was placed in a rural school in Guatemala. You think you’ve got it tough?! Hear about her challenges in Episode 63 – Teaching Abroad.
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