Tag Archives: Students

Things I Will Never Do as a Teacher (Reblog)

Originally posted on yarluna19:
“Can I please go to the bathroom? “I don’t know, can you??” *insert eye roll* The title of this post either made you flashback to the classroom of a teacher that made your life hell, or…

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Where Does The Time Go?

I’m convinced the older I get, the faster time flies. As if clocks are moving at the pace of a cheetah with a jet-pack strapped on it’s back. That’s quite the image, isn’t it? Everything feels like “just yesterday.” For … Continue reading

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When Did You Get So Funny?

For me, it was February 2007. That’s when I “got so funny.” I was on a broken down bus, on the side of a highway in Quebec, at 11PM. It was cold. No. It was freezing. People were panicking. I was … Continue reading

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You Grew Up With A Flip Phone?

How do you know you’re getting old? If you answered, “When your back goes out more than you do”, you are correct and a comedian, but that’s not the answer I was looking for at this time. The answer I was looking … Continue reading

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The First Day

My very first day of kindergarten didn’t get off to a great start. My Mom dropped me off, and left. The bell rang at 9AM and I ran to line up. I didn’t quite get there. Instead, I tripped over … Continue reading

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Should Education Be Free?

I’ll preface this post with the following: I’m not looking for a debate in the comment section, or for people to tell me why we have to pay for education; I’ve already read the articles supporting that position. I understand … Continue reading

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“I’m 8…and a Half”

This summer is my third time working at camp. Children I interact with on a daily basis were not alive for 9/11. They were not alive when I graduated from elementary school. And some weren’t even alive when I started … Continue reading

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The College Graduation Speech I Would Give

Congratulations, you made it. In a few minutes, you will all come up on stage, receive your degree, stare out into the crowd in the direction of your family so their picture of you isn’t of the side of your … Continue reading

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Six Hours At Home

Last Sunday, at 9:47 AM, I arrived home. Normally, when I enter a home, I take my shoes off. I didn’t do that this time. Instead, I left a trail of mud behind me. I went for a tour – … Continue reading

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