I vividly remember Irma. She was the life of the class. She had the widest smile and the loudest giggle. Always armed with pen…Read More
Renae Ghrist holds an MA in Education with a TESOL and Phonetic Instruction Specialist emphasis and has taught in the language classroom for nearly a decade. Her first experience in the ESL classroom consisted of teaching survival English to Iraqui refugees, and she has since taught to over a dozen language groups, ranging from preliterate to postgraduate students. Renae enjoys teaching language because, as Ludwig Wittgenstein said, the limits of language means the limits of one’s world. Her hope has been to remove those limits one lesson at a time.