I love storms. The crashing thunder booming around the sky and the blinding white of the lightening descending from heaven is better to me than going to the cinema or listening to the radio. In Myanmar storms are to be feared.
I believe that we need some downtime. It is unrealistic to expect to keep going forever. Since January, we haven't had a day off. We’ve had a few snatched hours here and there, but nothing substantial to recharge and come back refreshed and with new resolve to tackle the challenges of this new way of teaching.
It is hot here. By hot, I mean above 100 degrees F (38 degrees C) hot.
In our village in Rakhine state, we have electricity for 3 hours a day. When I first visited, the power was on from 6 pm - 9 pm. It is now active from 7 pm to 10 pm.
The volunteer teachers for the most part do not want to teach. They often follow the government textbook, stand dead centre, and brandish a stick. There is no engagement; from them or their students.
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