Yay!! Done cutting laminate!!!!!!! (Taken with Instagram at The Miller Palace)
Last night I found out in an email that my great grandmother had died on Monday.
Now I’m in a class where the teacher only left them to finish all the worksheets from their math and reading practice books. No activities, no class routine, no ongoing management system. I’ve come up with a few activites to do, and hopefully I can find the materials in this mess… but my emotions are running high and having to ask the students what their morning routine is really isn’t what I need right now.
Definitely not subbing for this teacher again.
It should be every substitute teacher’s mantra.
This appears to be my entire life at the moment…
Want this on a coffee mug.
Aware at I’ve already reblogged this once. Don’t care.
Okay, who’s going to start producing products with this on it? :)
My new teaching philosophy!
- 4th grader: Do you know what I drank too much of last night?
- Me, concerned: What?
- 4th grader: Milk!
- Me, laughing: Nice! I wish I could drink milk, and ice cream and cheese!
- 4th grader: Screaming cheese?
- Me: What? No, how can cheese scream?
- 4th grader: With their mouths! That why they have holes!
- Too cute!
I really want to start a philosophy book club, where we read works by a philosopher and then meet to discuss the readings and our thoughts about them… Anyone ever done something like this?
1. Fine Arts
(Ed: Your primary tumblrs majored in two of these and now work in the field of a third.)
Woo! Mine came up as #6!
Look who cleaned her sewing table! Now to make a softy!!
Why is subbing not considered teaching experience?? These past two years have just been, what, a slack job? Maybe if schools gave substitutes a little more credit, they’d get higher quality substitutes… Instead of acting line we don’t matter.