Someone I know was just accepted into an 18 month long non-degree program that will result in a job in the medical field in which the starting pay could potentially be many thousands of dollars more than I make in a year.
Now, do I think it’s okay that someone who takes an 18 month…
What about the ones that can’t even find their first jobs. :-( I have 6 years of higher education and two bachelor’s. I completed my student teaching experience with an A, graduated Cum Laude, and my student teaching portfolio was distinguished. Where is the funding to pay teachers and also hire teachers. Bring down class populations from crazy numbers like 35-40. I don’t care what others say about the teaching profession; it really is one of the most altruistic decisions of my life.
I’m simultaneously the nicest and meanest person you’ll ever meet
This is fun.
This is the first day of my life.
Psh, gotta throw in a little Bright Eyes when appropriate people. Anwyays, it was the first day of teaching (my life!) the freshmen World History course with all my little high school nuggets! I had planned these Twitter themed worksheets and had them respond to school rule changes as if they were John Locke and Thomas Hobbes. I taught my 1st and 3rd and made some adjustments between them of course (because 1st hour is always the guinea pig).
AND THEN, my vision in my right eye goes haywire during the end of 3rd and migraine and nausea set in during my 4th plan period. I HAD to leave; it felt like I was hung over! And I definitely was NOT. EFF YOU, BODY! QUIT CONTROLLIN’ MAH LIFE!
I really like my 7th hour kids too, and I wanted to run the activities with them :( I shall be back tomorrow though to teach more about the Enlightenment and they get to make their own set of rules/government in groups as if they were stranded on a island with their group members! Yay, interactive/fun learning!