I'm Teacher Lisa.
My husband and I live in Wichita, Kansas, near our three grown children, their spouses, and now our first two grandchildren. In our free time, we enjoy exploring the many lakes and rivers found here in the middle of the United States.
I teach English and writing classes with Blue Sky Education, and I love the flexibility that online teaching offers. Although we may live far apart, my students and I can still work one-on-one to improve their skills.
I look forward to working with you soon!
- 1-on-1 English Class–ESOL: $20
- 1-on-1 Writing Class–ESOL: $20
- 1-on-1 Writing Class–Native English Speaker: $20
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Wichita: A Rich Tapestry on the Plains
Known as the “Air Capitol of the World” due to its major contributions to the global aviation industry in the 1920’s, Wichita remains dynamic and happening. As the largest city in Kansas and 50th largest city in the U.S., the Wichita metro area and its neighboring districts provide a unique combination of green space, urban cultural experiences, eclectic eateries, and a variety of entertainment options.
Science and Culture and Nature…Oh My!
Downtown Wichita offers both business and pleasure, with stately office buildings scattered amongst the colorful art galleries, unique shops, and engaging museums. Just one example is the Kansas Aviation Museum, which allows visitors to step back in time to witness the many innovations which made today’s technologies possible. Also found in the WaterWalk area, The Exploration Place Museum and Science Centre offers hands-on science, local history, and interactive exhibits for all ages. When the sun goes down, Central Business District heats up with live music, night clubs, comedy venues, and concerts throughout the year. Feeling hungry? Options abound, with food trucks, casual eateries, and fine dining choices galore.
Although Wichita is a thriving metropolis, its residents know how to embrace the great outdoors. The Arkansas River Trail, a well-maintained path several miles long, lets locals and visitors alike explore nature while taking in many of the area’s cultural and historic sites. A stunning suspension bridge allows for strolling along the river, and nightly fire shows around the base of The Keeper of the Plains, a 44’ tall steel Native American statue, light up the sky.
Whether you’re looking for art, museums, nature, nightlife, or a combination of them all, Wichita should be your next vacation destination!