Things I never knew . . .

Installment #17:

Five things I never knew . . . until I became a teacher:

  • how to use a document camera
  • how to use a SmartBoard
  • how to use any online educational platform–for teaching
  • how to use an iPad–for teaching
  • how much I would eventually lean on all my technology learning to do everything

Things I never knew . . .

Installment #16:

Five things I never knew . . . until I became a teacher:

  • that teachers actually worked over the summer
  • that teachers working over the summer are not just working summer school
  • how much work *I NEED* to do over the summer
  • that back-to-school catalogs come out entirely too early
  • how short summer actually is

Things I never knew . . .

Installment #15:

Five things I never knew . . . until I became a teacher:

  • the significance of leap year
  • the power of daylight savings time
  • the strength of a full moon
  • the potential around Friday the 13th
  • the possibility of so much coming together in such a short time 😲

Things I never knew . . .

Installment #14:

Five things I never knew . . . until I became a teacher:

  • how many calories are needed to stay alert and “on” all day
  • how many calories can be burned, just by working
  • how many calories I can consume at work, and still be hungry
  • how many calories are handed out to teachers (potlucks, gift cards, breakfast bagels, Valentine’s Day gifts . . . )
  • how many calories I don’t need or crave on the weekends

Things I never knew . . .

Installment #13:

Five things I never knew . . . until I became a teacher:

  • November is a short month
  • November competes with February for the least amount of school days
  • November has a nickname: “No-school November”
  • November comes and goes quickly
  • November is a great month 😉