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Science in Tanzania: Two

Science in Tanzania: Two I was finally able to teach a lot of science during my last two weeks in Tanzania. Teaching upper level physics and biology was difficult! The content was a little outside of my grasp and what … Continue reading

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Lasting Impressions

It is nearly impossible to put into words how incredible the past month in Tanzania was. A month ago I was feeling just about every emotion as I was preparing and today I am feeling like I am out of … Continue reading

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Coming Home

Coming Home 6.1 I miss Tanzania so much. Coming home was so bittersweet. I missed my family and my friends and it is great to be able to see them again. Being able to use my phone whenever I want … Continue reading

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The Last Day

Last Day 5.27 Today is my last day in Tanzania. It’s the last morning I will eat toast and bananas at the Outpost. The last time Joseph will drive us down the bumpy roads to school. The last time Isack … Continue reading

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Engarenarok Tetra Lutheran Primary School

Lutheran Tetra Primary School 5.29 Today I had the opportunity to visit another school here in Arusha. Lutheran Tetra is so different from Arusha Meru! Although Arusha Meru doesn’t have a lot, Lutheran Tetra has less. The students, classrooms, and … Continue reading

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Monduli Teacher College

Monduli Teacher College 5.25 Today we had the opportunity to visit one of the few teacher colleges in the area. Monduli is a town about an hour away from the Outpost. It is a government college where students attend classes … Continue reading

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Arusha Meru International School

Arusha Meru is a very small private school with only one class per grade. Since it is an international school, about 75% of the students are Indian and the rest are Tanzanian with a few other students from other countries such … Continue reading

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