This one is another way of styling bangs. I don't use the fringe styler anymore, but you can still check back on a previous post about it.
I just use a regular plastic brush, if you use a round brush, it'll work a lot better.
I have creepy eyes hahaha.
So I've just finished teaching my first week of summer camp at another school. It's been interesting, mostly frustrating though.
1. I feel like I'm in a sardine can on the subway because I take a different one from the usual one for my own school. This subway leds closer to the downtown area and no matter how packed it is, people turn around and back their asses into the subway.
2. The students don't listen to me, not surprising
3. I have a student that is probably suffering from asperger syndrome. I'm almost 100% certain that he is not being treated. This is the same for many students that suffer from disabilities at school here, a lot of people just shrug them off.
During game time today, this student decided to stick his finger through the grate of a large stand-up fan and ended up with a bloody finger. He didn't have a reason to do it, he just told me he wanted to see if "this sort of pain is possible". I told my teachers that and asked if he was being taken care of properly. They laughed and just said, "probably, maybe he's taking pills". Wow...
This is for Helen:
I applied for teaching here through a small company in Toronto. They hire for the Seoul Metropolitan Office Of Education which is like the big cheese of public schools. The original company website isn't there anymore, I suspect they have been closed down.
Here are the ones I know of:
If you're thinking of coming to Korea, it's a pretty big decision. You just need to remember that the English system isn't set in stone and as a result, there are plenty of headaches to be had. I haven't had a good experience, even for my summer camp at another public school, so I suggest you to do your research before heading over to Korea.