Fellows and specialists document their time abroad in a number of different ways. Many take fantastic pictures of their projects, their students, and their communities. Others keep a blog outlining the activities they are doing and their perspectives on teaching abroad. A few create professional websites for their schools to share resources and teaching tips.
But fellow Adam Brock found a different way to document his time in Indonesia. Although he had never made movie before he left, Brock began filming some of the projects that he was working on and compiled the clips into short films. Brock was very involved in organizing leading camps for the English Access Microscholarship Program, so his videos feature activities from those camps.
The resulting videos give a heartwarming and inspirational look into the lives of English students in Indonesia and the teachers who make a difference for them.