For the first three weeks of the summer, there was a second-year student in my family who tried my patience. He always needed a personal invitation to do anything, he often slept during family time,and he did not contribute many ideas or thoughts to the discussions.
This week, leading up to Student Teaching Day, he has been different.He showed some enthusiasm about teaching his class, and he even showed good leadership working with two first-year students in preparing the lesson. Then, today, he managed to teach ten students how to make their own web pages, despite some technical difficulties. I was proud of the preparation he put into his lesson, proud of how well he worked with the two first-year students who co-taught with him, and proud of his presentation in class.
–Ezra (Hong Kong)