101 Things I Learned from Student Teaching, Part IV

Here is the conclusion of “101 Things I Learned from Student Teaching.”  Take notes, student teachers.  I just finished up student teaching and think my list will help you mentally prepare for the semester.  Check out part I, part II, and part III.  It goes by so quickly, even though some weeks you’ll be counting down the … Continue reading

101 Things I Learned from Student Teaching, Part III

Hello all!  I hope you are enjoying my list.  Student teaching is so rich with new things – I don’t know if I can cap it at 101.  For now, here is part III of the 4-part series.  In case you missed part I or part II, check them out!  Part IV is coming next week. 51. … Continue reading

101 Things I Learned from Student Teaching, Part II

Every time I step away from computer, I think of another thing to add to this list!  In case you missed Part I, I’m doing a 4-part series on all of the little things I learned from student teaching.  AND VOILA!  Part II, ladies and gents. 27. Document (almost) everything. Seriously. 28. Learn as much as … Continue reading

101 Things I Learned from Student Teaching, Part I

Hello teachers!  So, I know I’ve been a terrible blogger and have completely neglected ET.  Before I started student teaching, I scoured Google for student teacher blogs and didn’t find very many.  Now I know why.  There just isn’t enough time.  I barely found time to eat some days! My time as a student teacher … Continue reading


Hello everyone!  I know it’s been an entire month since I’ve last posted…unacceptable!  My first month of student teaching has been so busy I can’t even see straight.  And it’s getting busier by the day!  I’ll post a more thorough update this weekend, but for now, some highlights: I was ended up in first grade…what … Continue reading

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