Report from my professional front

A proud moment

Yesterday my students made me feel very proud. I had an opportunity to teach them what I learnt from my course. It was a concept we knew theoretically but we never knew how to put it in practical terms.

New concept

This concept is called the assessment of built environment. For this purpose we used a CDC tool. I taught my students about the impact of our built environment on public health.

The practical

There was a practical field activity associated with this topic. The students were asked to visit one community of their choice and conduct a walk. They had to note positive and negative aspects which could impact public health.

The final product

Finally they had to produce a 5-8 slide PPT presentation. Around 12 of my students completed the field activity and did an excellent presentation. The other faculty members were very happy about the whole thing. It was a day of great satisfaction as a teacher.


This post is inspired by a scripture quote from the Bible.
Matthew 25:21 NASBS His master said to him, ‘Well done, good and faithful slave. You were faithful with a few things, I will put you in charge of many things; enter into the joy of your master.’

Jesus Christ taught a parable of a person who was faithful in minor as well as major matters. His master declared him as a faithful employee. Such faithfulness to the Lord will eventually result in praise and glory from the Lord.

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16 thoughts on “Report from my professional front

  1. As I read this, I noticed that I would mentally form a question in my mind about what you might say in the next section. That’s a sign of good focus and for me a sign of good writing. When a main idea is presented I want to get on with it while I have it. It might well be a sign of my age as well as a desire to cover a lot of blogs in one sitting. Thanks for letting me eat the elephant in bites. πŸ˜€ Theoretical to practical – that’s me.

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