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Re: schedules

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Iteachart7_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Sat Mar 03 2001 - 07:21:35 PST


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Hi this is a question for you busy teacher folk. I'd like some idea of your
daily
> schedules: arriving at school, preparation time, amount of class time,
> meetings, clean up, etc. How long are you usually at school? Do you feel
> like you have adequate planning/prep time? Do you take a lot of work home?
> Do you ever feel like you can't "catch up?" Just wanted to know. New to
> this,caryn---
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HI Caryn
Our day starts at 7:45am. School begins at 8:10 and ends at 3:00pm. I teach
HS Art (9-12) and have one plan period that rotates. Our classes are 40mins
short with one 60min block that follows lunch. Every 7 days my plan period is
long period write after lunch so I have 90 glorious minutes!! to do whatever
I need. I am the advisor for yearbook and art club which keeps me at school
until 5:45pm 2x a week. I take my grades home sometimes. I used to take
work home but then I never took it out of my car :) I do a lot of prep work
at home because I have the studio space. I work on new projects and
examples. and no I never feel "caught up" because when I do my mind goes
into overdrive!

Peace
Gabrielle

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