Monthly Archives: November 2010

When Truth Sneaks Up On You

It was a Tuesday just like any other. It wasn’t quite Wednesday, but at least it wasn’t Monday anymore. I walk into the 8:00am small learning team community cluster group meeting and take my seat. I don’t remember today specifically, … Continue reading

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OK…Break’s Over

Hi, Everyone- I’ve taken a little time off…visited the family last week for Thanksgiving and all. It was good. We road tripped. 1200 miles there. 1200 miles back. Mom and dad in the front. Kids in the back. The all-American … Continue reading

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The First Wall

I have hit it: The First Wall. I feel like crap. Don’t care. Watching the clock. Starting to look for my first second wind about now. It’s that first time of the year when I just get tired and ornery. … Continue reading

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Video: Teachbad’s Care and Feeding of Rubrics

The care and feeding of rubrics. For you… With love from, Mr. Teachbad And remeber…Mr. Teachbad is now on Facebook. Want to be friends?

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WARNING: This Is A Lazy Post

Nothing here is new except for these first few sentences of introduction. Context: This is a little article posted on a site called Laborpains.org. It is an anti-labor blahg. (Did I just coin a phrase?) It is dedicated to trashing … Continue reading

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Biology Teacher Running Low on Toner

FAKE EDUCATION NEWS Juneau, AK- Christine Worthington, tenth grade biology teacher at Yaaḵoosgé Daakahídi Alternative High School in Juneau, Alaska, is getting nervous about toner. And sources say she should. With state-wide budget cuts and her general proclivity to be … Continue reading

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Does Teaching Make Me a Worse Parent?

…Or Vice Versa? I really don’t know. I used to think that being a teacher and having been through teacher training stuff and a masters program would make me a better parent as far as being aware of developmental guideposts … Continue reading

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