Lucie Goddard | Generation Hope | Episode 2
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to teach English to children in another country in the midst of a global pandemic? Tune into episode 2 of Generation Hope: a discussion of education inequality, leaving home amidst a global pandemic, and the challenges that come with remote learning.
Lucie Goddard, a Native English Teacher, who works at a school in Hong Kong with extremely low proficiency, talks us through all of these elements, and inspires us with her creativity as she navigates challenging situations brought on by the pandemic.
“I really hope that when and if things return to normal, we don’t return to the normal that we had before. I realized so many issues that we had that we’ve now blasted open and can look to change.” – Lucie Goddard
Generation Hope is a podcast from connect.faith; which is a new worshiping community of the Presbyterian Church (USA) unbound by location coming together at the intersection of creativity, spirituality and justice.
Learn more about connect.faith at our website – https://connect.faith
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