Our class limits (Catholic school) are 20 in K-2 and 27 in 3-8. And we still have a lot of parents who think that is too much. I think 20 is a...
Whoa! Be careful with the words you use. You could be out of a job completely saying things like that to your higher-ups. :eek:
They do not belong in the classroom. I don't (yet) have to deal with the issue, though, being in second grade room. I emphasize the YET, though! :)
I work in a Catholic school and in my room, I have three simple rules: Respect God, Respect Others, and Respect Yourself. We discuss what kinds...
I agree with not using candy. Praise is an excellent tool, especially when directed to a child in front of the class. Also, I use a daily...
I think an extra 5 minutes (30 minute lunch) would be nice. 45 minutes almost seems excessive.
I think you did the right thing- hopefully, it was a valuable learning experience for your students.
My 2nd graders get 25 minutes.
I don't think there's anything wrong with you sending a note home. It's just one way of showing that you are thoughtful and professional! :)
About how many crayons do you use per heart?
I used to have slight anxiety, but being prepared before the weekend starts is how I solved that issue.
Way to go, Giants!! :)
Whew, the intensity.
Our upper grades get to play it.
We have had two snow days so far this year. We have four built-in to our schedule, so we don't have to add on at the end of the year.
Good luck to you! :)
Talk about dangling the carrot! Yeouch- sorry to hear it!
I don't communicate with my subs unless they are a long-term substitute.
I don't usually do a whole lot of art in the room, and my kiddos have art class once a week/45 minutes. I do incorporate it into my centers,...
Finding a teaching job in an elementary setting nearly ANYWHERE you go is going to be competitive. I have been in Iowa and Kansas, and both areas...