I type "International Teaching Jobs" and I find myself looking at a long list of teaching jobs all over the world. "Here's one in the Congo," I call out to my wife in the other room. "Africa!!!?" "Yea... really. They want a calculus teacher! I can do that!" "Okay," Chantal says tentatively. "If you want." I hit the submit button and my resume is off across the world. What follows are four action-packed years of living, working and traveling in sub-saharan Africa. This book chronicles the first year and a half of these adventures, including the day-to-day life of a teacher at The American School of Kinshasa from 2005-2007 who deals with a marginal infrastructure, the everyday challenges of living in a war-torn third-world country, and adventures in Zimbabwe, South Africa, Mozambique and Ethiopia. The adventure is continues with the sequel to this book, Calculus in the Congo Book 2.
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|Size: ||791 KB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781365061585 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|