Blog for the Ripple: Summer HSSP 2021 Teacher Edition!

It came after the Splash, but it’s gonna keep going: The Ripple! ESP is continuing our official blog, so that you can share your amazing experiences taking and teaching classes.

ESP (and your students) would love to have blog posts from teachers. Perhaps you can talk about signing up to teach 19 hours of classes, or what you learned while researching the Majapahit for your class on Java!

If you’re looking for some inspiration, here’s a few blog prompts spark your imagination. Again — don’t feel obligated to follow one of these prompts — we’re happy to hear anything at all related to education! 

  • How did you decide to teach at an ESP program and choose what to teach?
  • Talk about your transition to online teaching.
  • What online teaching resources do you use and want to share?
  • Share your tips for putting together an engaging class!
  • What is your favorite part of teaching?
  • Favorite teaching/learning stories?
  • Share your favorite Zoom backgrounds.
  • What is your opinion on pandas?

To submit a blog post, email us at esp-blog@mit.edu, and we’ll get back to you soon! We’ll be posting blogs from students, teachers, and ESP members throughout the program, so feel free to send along a blog whenever inspiration hits!

(If you’re a student looking to write a post, here are some prompts for you!)

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