This semester I have taught Social Theory – Ashesi University College‘s introduction to Social Sciences and the world!
It has been a good ride, I especially have enjoyed the news presentations and ensuing panel discussions – my colleagues and I encourage critical research and creativity – and have been rewarded greatly by imaginative and interesting presentations. The course also teaches a history of political ideologies from Plato to Putnam, more or less.
Yesterday, I decided to show my daughter and her nanny what my work is like and they spent the day with me. We took the tour round the campus (here you can too) and when my first class was about to start, she took a marker and started scribbling on the white board to the amusement of the 60 member class: ” Look at, Mamma!”, “Mamma, mamma, make a carrot!”
I smiled and remembered the many, many times I went with my mother to her teaching job…scribbled on something, ran around in the classroom, watched my mother teaching…will my daughter be a teacher too?Sharing is caring!
Great post. hope your daughter is doing good?
Reminds me of another mother and child growing up in Bethlehem and Nazareth.
Motherhood,Ii guess it is the person that experiences it that can say it. ciao.