As a teacher, you are constantly learning. A first year teacher in another country is no exception to this. With much amusement, I share with you the top 10 things I learned during this year in Bulgaria.
Here you are:
How to read body language. It’s amazing how much I can understand based on body language. Occasionally it gets a bit confusing since Bulgarians shake their head opposite of most the world for “yes” and “no.” Despite this, body language has gotten me a loooooong way this year.
This means “yes.” See the confusion?
- How to survive without a car, dishwasher, dryer, microwave, TV, air conditioning, and central heating. This sounds pretty crazy when I type out the list, but it actually wasn’t that difficult of an adjustment. Drying clothes in the winter took more patience, but the clothes still dried!
- How to properly use a squatty potty (and to…
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