May is a busy month for me. I am teaching four – F.O.U.R. – classes at my local FamilySearch center. Plus I am helping with two family history related meetings. One to train other consultants and one to help some people one-on-one with their own research. It’s sort of like a class. For that one, I have to pre-research someone’s tree. Just to top it all off, I teach a weekly class on Sundays at my church. Busy, busy! But awesome – I love it.
Curious what I’m teaching?
Well, let me tell you.
- This Thursday – “Online is Not the Only Option, Effective Use of Microfilm/fiche“
- This Sunday – “Descendancy Research“
- The last Thursday in May – “Blogging for Beginners“, I know that doesn’t really sound like a family history class but it is. The class is going to focus on how blogging can help your family history efforts. It’s going to be awesome.
- Not yet scheduled but sometime VERY soon in May – An as yet untitled class for teenagers. It is a new program being developed by our center. It will run for 5 weeks and I am teaching week 2. We will be teaching this 5 week course over and over for at least a year so I’ll get plenty of use out of that PowerPoint and handout.
Teaching is a happy place for me so I am looking forward to the next several weeks. I love teaching at our center. I think it’s wonderful that we offer such a wide range of classes.