Do you even use functions anymore? Because I don’t.
“Is this going to be graded?”
It has been a week since I began working at Saohai High School. Day one can only be described as a cacophonous mass of noise, energy, sweat, marker stains, hand signals, laughter, and misunderstanding.
The entire class failed your test. Not only did you teach the material with great detail and necessary modifications, but you also gave them a study guide to review all the information that would be on the test.
“Why do we give police officers the right to use excessive physical force — whenever they want — in our cities?”
A buddy of mine who went to high school in Los Angeles once had 10% of his grade lowered on a report because when he stapled them together, he did it horizontally instead of at a 45 degree angle.
Teaching has its pros and cons (but mostly pros)!
Transitioning from teaching in a 3rd grade classroom in rural Northeast Louisiana to working for a public relations firm embedded inside the Beltway of DC and politics might not seem like the most graceful jump between careers.
High school Earth Science – “Where do clouds go at night?”
When I pictured my teaching career throughout college, I never in my wildest dreams imagined that my first real world job experience would be in a psychiatric hospital. I mean who does really?