About MeI'm an unemployed educator, spending my days as a substitute teacher. I channel Mrs. Peggy Hill, Ms. Bliss, and Ms. Edna Krabapple. Welcome to my classroom. Note: The views expressed on this site, do not represent the views of my employer.
Category Archives: Inspiring Story
Are you saddened by the end of the year? I am. As a regular teacher you get to touch the lives of roughly 30 kiddos if you are an elementary school teacher or roughly 100 kiddos if you are a middle or high … Continue reading
Have you wondered if your actions or reactions as a teacher are actually perpetuating your classroom management issues? If not, you should. My rant for today begins with an intervention specialist that I met today whose main form of classroom … Continue reading
There are times when you get smacked back into reality that you are not a regular classroom teacher and that you are simply just a sub. This week was that time for me. On the whole, districts are grateful for the … Continue reading
In America, we are obsessed with how we look. Studies have found that by 5th grade, girls are already beginning to diet, have already looked at themselves in the mirror and thought “I’m fat.” This just breaks my heart. Poor body … Continue reading
I read the following poem posted at a teacher’s desk yesterday and just loved it. I hope you do too! Take Care, A Mean Teacher A MEAN teacher insists that each student do the best s/he is capable of doing. A … Continue reading