It seems like most of the recent topics of my posts here are Edushare. I’m really learning new things from it!
At the beginning, I didn’t know how to handle those kids that appeared to be out of control. I tried to avoid them and not to have trouble with them. Since I succeeded to draw their attention a couple of weeks ago, however, I’ve gained some confidence. Today, I was looking into the window to see how many students came, and they saw me and shook the hand. Teachers are unwilling to care for them–actually it’s very very exhausting, and there are many other “good” students–and accordingly I came to care for two of them today, 창조 & 준혁, in a separate class room. I don’t think I can force them to concentrate on math problems, and I don’t even want to, at least for now. I want to have conversations with them and want to know what they think, what they feel, what they like, what they want, and what they don’t want. What kind of personality they have, what is the matter with them. 창조 has a big build and looks a little scary, but behaves just like a kid. I’m often surprised to see how childish they are. Anyway they told me they wanted to drink some beverages, and I allowed them to go buy some from the bending machine. When they came back, they passed me a can of coffee. I was confused for a while. Why do they buy me this? 창조 said, “he lost for words,” and 준혁 said, “he’s shocked by the gift.” Yes, I really was. I thank them.
They asked me what jobs make a lot of money. I said that doctors and lawyers do, and asked 준혁 what he wants to be in the future. He said he wants to be an artist. Well, I don’t know if it’s a joke or not. But I really hope them to have a dream.