Discussion in 'General Education' started by MikeTeachesMath, Apr 24, 2012.
Apr 24, 2012
That's pretty good!
Apr 25, 2012
Love it! (I have a name to go with every one of the 'students' in the comic).
Hahaha, nothing like teaching the first 10 minutes of the class twice so that late kids don't miss out!
Me too-and I teach elementary!!!!!!!!!!
Wow. That's freakishly accurate. I can name those kids in several my class. Particularly chronically late kid because it's a pair of twins but I have them in separate classes so it feels like I'm yelling at the same kid twice a day, everyday.
I didn't have a "kid in the back who never says anything" until today.
Called on him. He just stared at me. Awkward.
I have a kid that falls asleep EVERY SINGLE DAY. I have to look at him every minute to make sure that he's awake.
A few days ago, he fell asleep during a test.
I've only had a student fall asleep on me once. She sits in the very back row and she fell asleep sitting up, so the back of her head was against the wall. I grabbed the remote for the projector so I could advance the slides, and kept on talking. I walked over to her desk, quietly moved her stuff off it, and sat on her desk long-ways so my legs were in the aisle. I just kept on lecturing until she woke up. Her facial expression was PRICELESS.
I have one who falls asleep a couple of afternoons a week. If our office administrator has a minute, she calls into the classroom, "Hello, MrsC? I'm just checking to be sure that C is awake." :lol: We all have a good chuckle and carry on.
Apr 26, 2012
Thanks for the laugh MikeTeachesMath!
I had a boy fall asleep during our reading lesson. He started snoring! We all got quiet, and just listened for a while, giggling. When it got too loud, I gently woke him up. He was so surprised! (drool was on the desk-he was OUT!)