At the end of the academic year:
At the end of each term:
After grading one essay:
Sorry to sound like a broken record here, but I am stuck on a bit of a theme tonight.
So, I am doing some grading (see last post). And it is really, really, really stressful for some reason. I don’t understand why I am so stressed out doing it. I just am. I literally question everything I write down on their papers. This is just causing way too much anxiety.
That is just for grading alone.
I am now officially an expert fascinator/headpiece finder (relative to people in the US, I should say). If you ever need to ”know a guy” for these sorts of things, I will happily be that guy.
How do you get creative with lessons so you don’t have to make copies or do worksheets? My friend is student teaching in CPS, and her teacher has already ran out of copies for this year (the administration is being very resistant to allotting more copies either). The only technology available is a projector and an ELMO. These are also 90 minute periods and they are currently in a short story unit where there is no textbook for so she would need to make copies of the stories for the students. Any thoughts?