Monday, February 22, 2010

What I learned at Professional Development

Things I learned at Autism observing my fellow educators:

1. All teachers have ADD 
2. Sitting still for 90 minutes is killer
3. Drawing and Listening can happen, but it's not likely
4. Powerpoint packets double as game boards
5. We'd rather grade papers then be trained
6. When you get teachers together, the back rows fill first
7. Teachers stick in packs
8. I can sleep sitting up
9. A lot of purses get cleaned out
10. If it starts at 8:00, we arrive at 8:30
11. Parents aren't always the problem
12. It's the little things in life that bring happiness, like Sonic
13. We are everything we try to avoid in our students: tardy, inattentive, exclusive, distracting, and we talk during the class.

1 comment:

  1. You forget #14: Texting is the way of conversation during professional development!