Short Stories From a Distance: The Teacher Has Spoken

Short Stories From a Distance: An Epic 1-Liner

A few weeks ago, I mentioned I wanted to briefly change directions with what I was writing about, and I’d like to start telling my audience a few quick stories about things I’ve found funny during the Distance Learning year; I think of it like a mini-series.  Here’s the first installment of “Short Stories FromContinue reading “Short Stories From a Distance: An Epic 1-Liner”

It’s Been A While

An update with the help of Michael Scott. It’s been quite a while, actually. “Who are you, again?” you might be wondering. Where have I been? Where am I going? Who knows, it’s still 2020. Where have you been? Here’s the thing: I have “been away” for a few reasons. Some of the reason isContinue reading “It’s Been A While”

My Top 3 Idiot Teaching Moments in Undergrad

I was not immune to idiocy in my youth – actually, I’m still not immune. I’ve definitely had some dork-stamp moments in my life, and some of my “Top Idiot” teaching moments occurred in my undergrad years. For fun, I wanted to share my top three cringe-worthy moments as a student-teacher. The following are trueContinue reading “My Top 3 Idiot Teaching Moments in Undergrad”

1,300 Words On Growing Up With Teachers As Parents:

2. My Brothers and I Had TWO “#1 Fans” All the Graham boys were active with sports or music from the beginning. With crazy schedules and multiple sports teams to keep track of, my parents were still able to make it to a high percentage of our events. It was normal for both of myContinue reading “1,300 Words On Growing Up With Teachers As Parents:”

The End of the 2020 School Year: According to a 5th Grade Teacher

A small population of adults in the world are teachers. So I might seem relevant to only a few people out there, concerning the end of this wacky school year. Conversely, a much larger population of adults in the world are parents, aunts, uncles, or grandparents. Maybe they might be interested to hear what itContinue reading “The End of the 2020 School Year: According to a 5th Grade Teacher”