Daddy Wu – let’s get this youtube click to a million views…possible???? absolutely
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Better than General Tsao’s!
Well then again I’m a little biased b/c it’s my girl’s dad.
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So along with nurses, we’re appreciating our teachers too. Both professions are necessary for our nation and more often than not under appreciated. It’s easy to give all the credit to the doctors in hospitals, but nurses do their part to help hospitals operate. Same with teachers, people often look at administration and say what a great job they do to make the school run the way it does, but teachers are the one’s to blame when it comes to failures or issues in schools today.
It’s a profession that some say is honorable and some say that it is greatly rewarding, but everyday I feel as though people hate us. For all the teachers out there, know that I appreciate you and the work you do. This shout out goes out to elementary school teachers especially. The work that you do all day in the classroom and out of the classroom is amazing. The patience you must possess and the work ethic to get through the entire year is admirable.
To all the educators out there, thank you for all that you do!
Take it easy
As I crawl out of bed, barely able to see, my eyes are practically welded shut and my vision is blurry. I wash my face and stare back at my eyes that are blood shot. Ugh it’s allergy season and I have to get through my day with a runny nose and a headache b/c I can’t breathe properly. Students look at me and say that I had a rough morning or that I had a good night, but in reality allergies are just killing me.
I always found it interesting that only some students are really able to figure out when to talk to a teacher or not. They actually know how to read people, whereas others are just oblivious and think that nothing is wrong. I’m obviously not in the best mood with my allergies bothering me, and some students are sensitive to it or just ask if I’m okay, but the other just don’t seem to care. They go about their regular day and try to annoy me as much as possible like normal and I just lack the patience at this point.
Ugh, I hope that I can just breathe normal sooner than later.
Take it easy
Sit down, take out your notebooks, shut your mouths, and open your ears…Don’t speak unless spoken to, don’t do unless told to do so, don’t think unless asked of you, and don’t ask any questions.
Find a partner, form a group, move around, speak freely, open your minds, work cooperatively, and collaborate.
Throw in whatever terms you like, but the classroom environment has changed drastically. The progressive ideas in educational reform have really taken full force in classrooms today. There’s always a new fad or a new “thing” to administer or adhere to in the classroom in order to be considered an effective teacher. How much information can students learn without a teacher? Teachers are asked to take the backseat and let the classroom be led by students. I know that the lessons should be organized as student centered, but I feel as though there’s a lack of factual information being learned in the classroom today. There’s so much stress placed on making sure we coddle groups of students and positively reinforce students, yet we’ve forgotten to reinforce the fact that we need to help students learn valuable information in our classes. What’s the correct blend of traditional and progressive ideas in our classrooms?
For history I think it’s pretty easy to blend the two ideas, but I wonder how difficult it is in math. I figure English can use the same methods as history, but what about foreign language?
Take it easy