Beth Madison shares two things she’s learned about teaching from Ephesians.
Even after 20+ years in teaching, I still struggle daily with pride which is my greatest barrier to effectively reaching my students to instill in them a passion for science and especially, a passion for Christ.
What if I had it to do again? Would I change anything or not?
Earlier today, I wrote a letter to my major professor from my Ph.D. program thanking him for all the time and work he put into training me. I told him that any accomplishment that I or my students might achieve could be accredited to him because of his dedication to excellence. Knowing him, this statement might mean as much to him as his winning of the Nobel Peace prize in 2007.
Chronic illness is not what I’d planned. Chronic illness is not the path I would’ve chosen.