Teaching in Kazakhstan

This IAP 2019, I participated in MIT’s Global Teaching Labs program for Kazakhstan. During January, I wrote a series of blog posts that capture various aspects of my experience there, from teaching to travel to education in the country. In this post-trip post, I reflect on my experience and what I learned.

Lesson Plans from a Plane | ideas and plans for the workshops I taught
Aspects of Kazakhstan |observations about the Haileybury Schools and initial impressions of Kazakhstan
The Rolling Sauna | a 23-hour train journey from Almaty to Astana
Nazarbayev’s Education Initiatives | what I learned about education in Kazakhstan and stories about my host family in Astana

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