But we can't have elementary school without glitter! #teachers #education #humor

Snow Day Activities & Holiday Hoopla

Happy Teacher Rule Think long and hard before you get out the glitter. I learned this the hard way student teaching in Cambridge, England last year! There is a good possibility that the glitter is still not out of those steps, 11 months later.

I did that with my ESL class. They earned fake money for arriving on time and participating, but were charged for things like arriving late. At the end of the month, they "bought" things from a treasure chest. ~Michelle

Pinner said-I did that with my ESL class. They earned fake money for arriving on time and participating, but were charged for things like arriving late. At the end of the month, they "bought" things from a treasure chest.

Sometimes it feels like I'm teaching the walls.

Sometimes it feels like I'm teaching the walls.

Teacher Humor |  ...I imagine my substitutes have felt like this over the years...

Let& be honest, if you& a teacher on summer break, you don& really need a reminder that you& on summer break. But just in case you& hit with a sudden case of amnesia, here are 26 reminders of why your lesson book is getting dusty. <i>By Hannah Hudson</i>

Truth. Yes, some teachers may cause minor problems in specific classrooms, but the large majority is trying to improve the system one step at a time, even though most large decisions are up to administration, the school board, and local and federal government, which we can't do much about.

Blaming teachers for the problems in education is like blaming doctors for people getting sick. SO TRUE! and yet people sometimes do blame doctors when they get sick.

Impressive. Not bad kid.

Impressive. Not bad kid.

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