No Child Left Behind

Here's the latest comic to be part of the new teacher project. You can read the story below the comic. It certainly gives new perspective to "No Child Left Behind." Show your support for 180Dayz project here: "I was teaching Honors Physics to a class of mostly seniors. I thought it would be a good … Continue reading No Child Left Behind


No good nickname

Anyone in education knows that being clever is an necessity. You may not be smarter than you students in a lot of things, but through your years in teaching you will certainly develop a very sophisticated bullcrap meter that will save you from having your students pull the wool over your eyes. Check out the latest comic … Continue reading No good nickname

Losing your Marbles

Has teaching ever caused you to lose your marbles? Check out the teacher story and comic below of how one teacher lost her's, literally! Submit your teacher story and it too can become a 180Dayz comic My first year teaching I had one particular student in my class who was a real “handful”. He … Continue reading Losing your Marbles

Poetry in Emotion

Here's a comic based on a first year teaching experience submitted by a friend and colleague of mine. Being an art teacher, he's the super artsy-type and actually wrote his story up in poetic form! Check it out below the comic. If you'd like your story to be a 180Dayz comic and part of our … Continue reading Poetry in Emotion

A Shocking Science Lesson

Enjoy this comic based off another teacher story sent to me at A special thanks to Mrs. Lorenz for sharing her electrifying lesson (pun intended)!  You can read her full story below the comic. Want a chance to share your teaching experiences, see your teacher story turned into a 180Dayz comic and become part of our … Continue reading A Shocking Science Lesson

Teaching more than content

This comic is based upon a story submitted by a friend and colleague of mine. It demonstrates that at some point in your career as an educator, you will inevitably be faced with delicate and decisive moments where what you need to teach goes far beyond the content of your class, and is far more … Continue reading Teaching more than content