Monthly Archives: April 2012

FaceBlog: 4/27

I am giving the ridiculous Alternate Performance Assessment to an adorable child with cerebral palsy and severe cognitive delays. She sits in front of me, wearing pigtails and a sparkly sequined hat, as I force her to listen and respond … Continue reading

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FaceBlog: 4/24

Teacher Beth notes that medical model of triage becomes problematic when the simultaneous priorities to rank include an egg-themed spelling test, a surprise visit by two high-maintenance parents, a child working three grade levels below the work in front of … Continue reading

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FaceBlog: 4/05

TeacherBeth just calmly made the following extremely specific statement, “Child, please go into the bathroom, close the door, pull down your pants, remove the pencil, replace the pants, and never stick pencils through the hole in your pants again. Thank … Continue reading

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FaceBlog: 4/04

TeacherBeth attends ironic outdoor inservice on sustainable playground landscapes. We sit on a metal bench : children from the after school program are destroying the plants of our yard in the background. We are too polite to the speaker to … Continue reading

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FaceBlog: 4/02

TeacherBeth spills large quantity of soy sauce on left pants leg immediately before attending meeting with school superintendent.

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