eachers deal with so much more than delivering the curriculum. There are discipline issues, extra duties before and after school, lesson planning and grading that follow you home, parent phone calls, meetings... Those are just the physical issues.
We are rapidly approaching the end of our 3rd quarter and it looks like a pretty done deal that after spring break, we will be going back to school for real this time! So what does that really mean?
Forget Covid. A viral teacher depression pandemic is killing us. Ok, maybe not literally. But it is killing our spirit, our enthusiasm, and our drive. Many teachers are feeling like they are dying -- inside. This is not what we signed up for.
Our guest co-host, fellow co-worker, and single parent, Angel, joins us today.Mommy or Teacher? She helps her two elementary school-aged children during distance learning, while also wearing the seventh-grade science teacher hat.
Minimum Day Edition 001 We are feeling swamped with back to school Covid Style. Planning lessons for 2 1/2 hour synchronous classes and 150 minutes of weekly asynchronous work is time consuming. So until we find our rhythm, we are bringing you mini...