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: Professionalism
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
This weekend I am attending ASCD’s Virtual Conference “A collaborative Call for Action.” Starts at 8am today via your computer. There’s still time to register if you would like to join me. http://ascd.social27.com/ASCD/ASCD_Home Grab your coffee, stay in your pjs, and learn … Continue reading
Dear Substitutes, if you are like me looking for that dream job, I would like to remind you that every time you walk into a building you are on a job interview. Staff members are closely watching you. An unintentional … 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
It is cliché, but is good. Starting the New Year with thinking about goals for your life is an excellent way to celebrate the New Year. It is a time of refreshment…a time when we reflect on the past year and … Continue reading