thinking, which this morning has meant coming up with this list of teaching
inventions I wish existed.
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age kiddos, but mine would be very serious. Sort of like Febreze except instead
of working with smells it will work with sounds. A quick spray across the room
and a hush just falls over everyone. Ahhhh.
would have the answers to my most plaguing questions, which, last year, were
for the rest of the year. What do I do?”
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my period, I love nothing and nobody. If I had a necklace that lit up and
played a song (preferably, a happy, twinkly tune) when I was PMSing, it would
help me to recognize that my irritability and tears were coming from a place of hormonal chaos
rather than the real world, and I would be able to cope accordingly.
the day, during every passing period, and at the end of the day
the song; it just knows what to play. IT KNOWS!
everyone wants one. It would be nice to turn one into 35 with a simple wave of
my wand. Also, I could easily promise my classes cookies or mini quiches or
whatever I felt like because I would only have to make one instead of a hundred and twenty.
The wand would
also come in handy when your coworker brings amazing leftovers from last
night’s dinner at that new steakhouse in town and you accidentally packed
yourself a bell pepper because you thought it was an apple in your early
morning lunch-packing stupor.
active monitoring during testing
your desk, and Sudoku your little heart out. Also I emailed my mom and asked her to draw a robot teacher with a Sharpie in under 30 seconds and this is what she sent back. I cackled.