I conducted anonymous surveys of my teaching and curriculum at Wuhan University of Technology. I was very happy with the results, knowing there is always room for improvement. I conducted surveys after most classes. These were simple surveys to help me better understand how the class was progressing. I remember last time I taught inContinue reading “Wuhan China – Day 18”
Click here to take survey and share how you feel about Mr. Le Duc’s teaching and class. This survey is anonymous. The information will help me improve my future teaching. Thanks, Mr. Le Duc.
Driving in China is an event not taken lightly by a visitor from a Western country. It’s almost like watching a real-live-action video game. Today I had a wonderful lunch and watched thousands of students walk to class.
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This poster is on the wall in the stairwell at Wuhan University of Technology. Funny and interesting in the context of climbing stairs. If you are not headed uphill you are probably headed downhill. Ever heard that one? Life is a struggle. Always has been and always will be. Some struggle more than others. WhereContinue reading “Wuhan China – Day 15”