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Post #13: Coming Out, Falling in Love, and Planning to Start Over in Berlin, Summer 2017

Who would have thought that a few years after I came out, I would have relocated to Berlin and be happily remarried? After all in 2014 I was quite contentedly and enthusiastically teaching in Boston. While I was considering to retire in 2017 after I turned 61, that was still quite faraway. In hindsight a … Continue reading Post #13: Coming Out, Falling in Love, and Planning to Start Over in Berlin, Summer 2017

Post #12: My Coming Out, Travelling, and Considering to Move, 2016 – 2017

In Post #5: My Coming Out: The Wonders of New Beginnings, August 2014 – August 2016, (published on February 23rd), I concluded with the importance of going to Frogmeadow, a Men’s Bed and Breakfast, near Brattleboro, Vermont, in August 2016 for a personal ceremony, instead of a Jewish mikveh, to honor the two year of … Continue reading Post #12: My Coming Out, Travelling, and Considering to Move, 2016 – 2017

Post #11: The Benefits of Collaborative Teaching for Instructors and Students Alike: Students Have Two Instructors!

As I shared in Post #6: The Joys of Teaching History to 10th Graders in an Urban Setting (published on March 10th), my collaboration with 826 Boston was a highlight of the last four years of my teaching at the O’Bryant. Fortunately, I was lucky enough to have three additional opportunities for collaboration during those … Continue reading Post #11: The Benefits of Collaborative Teaching for Instructors and Students Alike: Students Have Two Instructors!

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