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Fulbright 2016-17 ETA Narrative Reflection February Edition

Check out the second edition of narrative reflection from our 2016-17 English Teaching Assistants (ETAs)!!!!

Jenna Mason
was born and raised in Wilton, Connecticut, and graduated from Elon University in 2016 with a Bachelorís degree in Special Education (K-12) and Middle
Grades Social Studies, and a minor in Latin American Studies. She is a 2016-2017 Fulbright-AMCHAM ETA at the Thung Saliam Chanupatham School in Thung Saliam, Sukhothai, Thailand, where she teaches Mathayom level English. When she is not spending time with the students and teachers in her community, Jenna enjoys reading, exploring on her bicycle, traveling, and listening to the Hamilton soundtrack. Upon returning to the United States, she hopes to draw on her experiences in Thailand while pursuing a career in education policy or education law. In this reflection, you will find a letter, in appreciation and retrospect, written to herself vividly describing what to expect during the first six months of her teaching and cultural experiences in Thailand.

http://etanarratives.blogspot.com/2017/02/to-me-before-thailand.html


Marie McCoy-Thompson is a 2016-17 Fulbright-AMCHAM English Teaching Assistant (ETA) at Kamalasai School in Kalasin Province. She is from Pleasanton, California. She graduated from the University of Southern California with a B.A. in Narrative Studies and minors in French and Marketing. Outside of school, Marie enjoys cooking with the fresh ingredients from the local market in her neighborhood, jogging through the rice fields that surround her town, and working on her podcast about her Fulbright experience. After Fulbright, she hopes to work in public radio, podcasting, or in the non-profit sector to tell meaningful stories. Marie McCoy-Thompsonís narrative reflection where she expresses her gratitude for the generosity she has received from her landlady, host teacher, and other teachers at her school. Marie shares stories that reflect her community's acceptance, support, understanding, and love, which she, as a newcomer, did not expect to receive from the very first day in Kalasin Province.

http://etanarratives.blogspot.com/2017/02/scrubs-and-soymilk-lessons-in-generosity.html




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