Just talked to the English teacher that inspired me to become an English teacher - helps me remember the prize waiting for me at the end of these four years!
*rachel Sorry posting from my phone!!!!!!!!!!
Looking through my dash, and i would like to say that i miss my bffs bpain & rachael <3 we reunite soon!!!!
Great things about today: -Wearing my lazy girl hat - plan on using this for my 9 am shakespeare class EVERYDAMNDAY -I absolutely love the History channel, esp American Pickers -Got my tire fixed! Hollaaaaaa grownupstuffffff Also: Best Buy interview - they should take me as long as theyre down with me only working like two shifts per week - once I’m done with the CA gig I’ll sell...
If you find serenity and happiness, some people may be jealous. Be happy anyway.– Mother Teresa (via girlwithoutwings)
At the library working on my unit project for HURL - its turning out absolutely awesome, if I do say so myself. I love the atmosphere and energy I get from spending time with people who want to be truly incredible at everything they do.
one of my residents is having four of his bros over for the weekend. like, its the weekend before finals and it 24 hour quiet hours in the dorms. havefunnn :]
First world problems →
lmao. i think all of these things.
“Hey babe. You are beautiful. Thanks for being everything that you are! See you soon.”
However crazy Sherbs may be, I can’t help but feel enormously blessed by the fact that I have never had to deal with a lock down situation in the dorms. I can’t imagine what I would do, and my heart genuinely goes out to the students of VT.
When an adult took standardized tests forced on... →
rapisoffensive: A great read on a very accomplished adult’s experience taking the 10th grade standardized math and reading tests.
residents keep burning small holes in activity room bulletin board. kick them all out of the room and lock it, they all look at one kid who clearly did the burning. I WIN! They may be mad, but I made my point. HOW ABOUT DONT START FIRES?!
5 Things Students Say They Want From Education →
gjmueller: When asking eSchool News readers “What’s the one thing you hear most often from students about what they want in school?” the responses were: Real-world application and relevancy Choice Innovation Teacher mentors Interactive technology