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[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Robert E. \
Thu, 19 Feb 1998 18:12:46 -0700
Another question for you folks. From previous posts you may remember, I
am teaching middle school for the first year after years of high school.
It has been a huge adjustment and I posed one of the question about
My next question is about time management. I would be interested to know
how much time each of you spend in your classroom after and before
school, how much work do you do at home, how many of your day's off,
I feel like I'm working and not getting everything done.
How do you prioritize whats most important to be done. Displays, art
shows, grades, individual student attention, etc. Any tips on how you
have "come to grips" with all of the demands would be greatly
appreciated. I'm considering changing my grading system to be more time
efficient. I don't have time to grade every little piece anymore.
Middle schoolers create hugh amounts of artwork.
I am having some success with classroom management from the tips you
sent. Maybe I'll make it in middle school.....and then again, maybe I'll
look for a high school position.
Thanks in advance,
TREE, Teresa Sheffey
Montwood Middle School
El Paso, TX
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