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  • Anonymous wrote a new post, #12788 4 days, 1 hour ago

    I was teaching Pre-k and the kids were getting up from nap and putting their shoes back. I looked over and saw a little boy putting his shoes on the wrong feet, so I said “Honey you are putting your shoes on the […]

  • After 12 years of teaching, I’ve come home the last few nights with something repeating. I’m miserable and I hate this job.

  • Back to work today, and I forgot how cold my classroom is. Time to bust out the long sleeves again!

  • As a teacher with anxiety, keeping up with the news makes me terrified that I’ll be shot to death at work one day.

  • Anonymous wrote a new post, #12718 1 week, 1 day ago

    I recently moved to another country for an adventure I was really excited about, which meant I had to leave my form group behind. They were the first group that was really ‘mine’ and I bonded with them strongly. I […]

  • I had a student with behavior issues who was usually out once a week due to asthma. This boy really thought he was dumb and whenever he was in trouble would say ” go ahead, tell my mom, she’s not going to do […]

  • Had a very difficult year dealing with a new principal who doesn’t quite understand what comes with a very low income neighborhood. I sincerely thought my job was at stake and as a second year teacher didn’t know […]

  • I was an assistant teacher for a kindergarten classroom. I was sick for a few days, the stomach flu, just got back. I was sitting with some girls in the morning coloring before class started. One asked me to […]

  • Anonymous wrote a new post, #11011 1 month ago

    When asking my TKers what they liked to do with their mom one girl told me she “used to jump on the trampoline with my mom”. When I asked her why she didn’t any more she told me it was because her “mom got boobs […]

  • Anonymous wrote a new post, #11008 1 month ago

    I have a very rich Arab kid in my classroom that only about getting married as soon as possible in her life. She’s got a lot of political power and also tried to frame me in one of her lies. Fortunately, I’ve been […]

  • Anonymous wrote a new post, #11000 1 month ago

    I was teaching 2nd grade. In response to being told his son was an average reader, a father told me, “I know he is a very good reader. I have watched him read. When he reads, his eyes move across the page r […]

  • Teaching 4th grade, I had a student break his own leg in a fight

  • I have a small tattoo on my right foot. My district requires me to cover it each day, so I was wearing sandals one day in August and had a bandaid covering it. Sweet boy in my class says, “what happened to your f […]

  • I stayed up one Sunday until 3:30 am and had to be at work at 6:30am

  • I love working with kids, I love impacting their lives, and I love being a leader in a school environment, but honestly, things just seem to be getting worse and worse and worse as each year passes along. I am […]

  • I have a very wealthy boy in my classroom. One day he was struggling to stay awake. After a loud yawn, he looked at me and said, “I am so tired. I feel like I just ran a 401k!”

  • Overheard in my classroom when checking homework. “I can’t believe my mom got that one wrong!”

  • I took my Special Ed students to the local mall for a Community Training Field Trip.

    As we were walking by one of the fountains, one of my students asked why there were coins in the fountain. I said people […]

  • The Ultimate Embarrassment: I was administering an 8th grade state standardized test with about 25 students present. The testing environment had to kept absolutely quiet. The way administration had built up the […]

  • I am excited to go back to a mainstream school for a lot of reasons:

    1. The principal at my new school doesn’t seem suck.
    2. The SPED chair seems to know what she’s doing (unlike my last one).
    3. The staff […]

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