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Old 04-08-2012, 06:45 PM
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1.) What do you teach? High School

2.) How long have you been a teacher? 6 years

3.) What are your official contract hours? 8:30 - 4:30

4.) When do you arrive at school? 7:15

5.) When do you leave school? 5:00

6.) How much planning time do you spend on the weekends?
- a considerable amount of planning or marking time. Possibly between 5 and 8 hours each weekend, much of which is spent marking and preparing feedback for students.

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Old 04-17-2012, 10:59 PM
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Middle School Special Ed. Teacher
I was wondering if you could answer a few easy questions for me.

1.) What do you teach? Middle School (6-8 grade)
2.) How long have you been a teacher? 2 months
3.) What are your official contract hours? 7:30-3:30?

4.) When do you arrive at school? 7:00-7:15AM

5.) When do you leave school? 5:00 or later

6.) How much planning time do you spend on the weekends?
Not much, really. A few hours Sunday evening.
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Old 04-18-2012, 09:35 AM
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High School Teacher
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Hi All ~

I was wondering if you could answer a few easy questions for me.

1.) What do you teach? (Elementary, Middle School or High School) High School English

2.) How long have you been a teacher?
4 years

3.) What are your official contract hours? (For example: 7:15-3:15)
8:00 to 4:00

4.) When do you arrive at school?
7:45

5.) When do you leave school?
4:00 on the dot

6.) How much planning time do you spend on the weekends?
Zero. I use my planning period to take care of everything.



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Old 04-18-2012, 11:10 AM
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4th Grade Teacher
1.) What do you teach? Elementary-4th grade

2.) How long have you been a teacher? 4 years...I'm almost not a statistic!

3.) What are your official contract hours? 8-4

4.) When do you arrive at school? 7:30

5.) When do you leave school? Between 4-4:45

6.) How much planning time do you spend on the weekends? In the beginning of the year I spent quite a few hours because I was revamping the entire curriculum. Now I spend about 4 hours throughout the weekend; either grading, planning, prepping, etc. Hopefully next year my curriculum will be more ironed out, so I can have my weekends more to myself.
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Old 04-18-2012, 12:55 PM
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Science
1.) What do you teach? (Elementary, Middle School or High School)

I teach 3rd-6th grade science and 7th & 8th grade biology and physics.

2.) How long have you been a teacher?
This is my second year.

3.) What are your official contract hours? (For example: 7:15-3:15)

7:30-2:00 (M, F), 7:30-3:00 (T, W, R)

4.) When do you arrive at school?
Mon-Thursday I don't have a first block class. So I usually get to school around 8am which gives me a full hour to plan before my next class. Fridays when I have a first block, I get to school about 7:15 (15 minutes before class)

5.) When do you leave school?
2:00 or 3:00 on the dot. Depending on what time class ends.

6.) How much planning time do you spend on the weekends?
None. I don't take my work home with me. If it's not done at school, it's not done.
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Old 04-18-2012, 03:51 PM
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1.) What do you teach? (Elementary, Middle School or High School) Middle School

2.) How long have you been a teacher?13 years

3.) What are your official contract hours? (For example: 7:15-3:15) 7:40 to 3:40

4.) When do you arrive at school? 7:15

5.) When do you leave school? usually between 4:30 and 5

6.) How much planning time do you spend on the weekends? 4 hours
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Old 05-09-2012, 01:23 PM
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Oklahoma
High School Teacher
1.) What do you teach? (Elementary, Middle School or High School) High School

2.) How long have you been a teacher?6 years

3.) What are your official contract hours? (For example: 8:15-3:15) 8:05-3:02

4.) When do you arrive at school? 6:45

5.) When do you leave school? Depends on what sport is in season. During football no earlier than 7. During track no ealier than 5. When either of those isn't in season I'm out the door at 3:02

6.) How much planning time do you spend on the weekends? I've got my class down to a science (which is good since I teach science...), when I do plan it's not for what's happening tomorrow, next week, or next month. Instead it's planning out changes for the next school year. Day to Day planning I'm able to do on my planning period. Usually it's just going to my plans folder, seeing what comes next, and setting it up. I usually do my grading in the mornings. I started using a CRS a couple of years ago and it takes care of about 65% of my daily grades as well of about 50% of my test grades.
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Old 05-20-2012, 07:25 PM
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Vice Principal (K-5)
1.) What do you teach? Middle School Language Arts/Social Studies

2.) How long have you been a teacher? 7 years.

3.) What are your official contract hours? 8:30-3:45

4.) When do you arrive at school? 8:30 (except for Thursdays when we have PLC meetings at 7:45).

5.) When do you leave school? No later than 4:00.

6.) How much planning time do you spend on the weekends? Not much. Usually just an hour or two.
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Old 06-12-2012, 10:44 PM
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2nd Grade Teacher
1.) What do you teach? (Elementary, Middle School or High School)
Elementary-4th grade this past year

2.) How long have you been a teacher?
5 years, but I've been at 3 different schools and it was my first year at my current school

3.) What are your official contract hours? (For example: 7:15-3:15)
7:50-2:50 ( Kids leave at 2:10. 2:10-2:50 is planning time and can be taken before school instead if I want to.)

4.) When do you arrive at school?
Between 7:15 and 7:25

5.) When do you leave school?
Around 4, sometimes later. I do quite a bit of work at home also.

6.) How much planning time do you spend on the weekends?
Sundays I spend a few hours grading and planning lessons. But I also spend a few hours during the week grading and planning.
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Old 06-12-2012, 11:01 PM
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Middle of the USA
HS English & Psych, Adjunct too
1.) What do you teach? (Elementary, Middle School or High School)
HIGH SCHOOL

2.) How long have you been a teacher?
9 YEARS

3.) What are your official contract hours? (For example: 7:15-3:15)
7:50-3:20

4.) When do you arrive at school?
7:00

5.) When do you leave school?
3:45

6.) How much planning time do you spend on the weekends?
APPROXIMATELY 4 HOURS, BUT I SPEND MY ENTIRE SUMMER DESIGNING MY COURSES (INCLUDING A CALENDAR) ... MOST OF MY TIME IS GRADING
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