Written in response to The Daily Post Prompt “paper.” A teacher can be defined by how they conduct their classroom. Are you a “paper pusher” with tons of worksheets, or does paper only touch your students when they are creating … Continue reading Projects or Paper?
This post was written in response to The Daily Post’s Prompt about the word “Volume” “We have a sub?” “We don’t know how mean she might be.” “Good morning, I am Miss G” “HAHAHAH!” “SHHHH!” “Focus on your math.” “OHMIGOSH!” … Continue reading Sounds of substituting
You finally meet Miss M. Like another teacher said, they only listen to her. You are glad it is only afternoons now. Your energy is running out with this class, and less time is necessary. There is still lots of … Continue reading Chapter 4: Final four weeks
Spring Break went like a blur. You are back. There is a field trip the very first day, which is nice. All of fourth grade goes to see a hip hop violin group which involves dancing and sitting in a … Continue reading Chapter 3: Two weeks of trips and testing
You have entered into the first week of subbing for the 8-10 year old terrors. You walk in to the school on Wednesday morning, after accepting a long-term job. You grab the keys and sub necessities from the office. You … Continue reading Chapter 2: Shoving and shouting towards Spring Break!
As the school year comes to a close, I am frantically putting together my licensing paperwork to be transferred to another state. I have also started looking at jobs in the surrounding area where we be living. It is very exciting, … Continue reading Jobs on the brain (SOL Tuesday)
Have you ever had students who refuse to do their work? How about boys who fight in the middle of class? I’m sure you can think … Continue reading Chapter 1: The Inside Scoop of the School