With the forecast of a whopper of a snowstorm to hit where I live here on the East Coast I can't help but wonder, have some of my teacher colleagues been engaging in the sacred art of the snow day dance? Heck, I guess we could all use a day off, so... let it snow, … Continue reading Snow Day Dance!
Here's a comic and story from one of my own experiences from teaching. It's amazing how things can change for a educator with little warning or notice. Check out the comic and story below. It was the first day of school, summer was officially over and my career as an educator was about to kick off. … Continue reading I’m teaching what?
It's the final week and it will take every 180 Dayz fan out there showing their support to make this happen. Help new teachers and see educators' stories shared by helping this project become a reality. Click the link to go to kickstarter and donate today before it's too late. If all the 180Dayz fans just … Continue reading Last Week to Support 180Dayz New Teacher Book Project
With the end of the semester on the horizon, our students who tend to put things off until the last minute get a sudden sense of urgency, and we their teachers will get a sudden bombardment of makeup work! Hope this comic I pulled up from the 180Dayz archives gives you a little boost of … Continue reading End of semester makeup work rush
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: http://tinyurl.com/180DayzTeacherBook "I was teaching Honors Physics to a class of mostly seniors. I thought it would be a good … Continue reading No Child Left Behind
Saw this one in the recent BTU paper and thought I'd repost it as I'm sure that many have heard a line similar to this one from their students quite a few times since the start of 2017!