List of Things I Did Today

December 7, 2011

I have had a busy day. Here’s a very brief description on what I did today.

  1. Got to work.
  2. Read email.
  3. Panicked about emails not answered.
  4. Proofread test I made on the previous day.
  5. Printed test.
  6. Ran to library to print test.
  7. Signed in.
  8. Almost killed a person as I ran toward front office.
  9. Ran back to classroom.
  10. Stapled tests together.
  11. Filled out a report form on student.
  12. Talked to kids about playing guitar and how they shouldn’t quit trying.
  13. Started class.
  14. Almost forgot to do attendance.
  15. Proctored a test.
  16. Wrote another test for my 4th period class.
  17. Found out that I never filled out an accident report from Monday.
  18. Filled out a very desperate accident report.
  19. Told a student about the global political environment surrounding most of the major wars of the 20th century. (lasted about 25 minutes.)
  20. Learned how to get student report data so I could fill out my long overdue IPDP.
  21. Filled out IPDP.
  22. Finished Test.
  23. Skipped lunch to print copies of test.
  24. Asked a kid if he wanted to fight me in the hallway. (He said no)
  25. Proctored 2 more tests.
  26. Found out I have no faculty meeting.
  27. Graded over 75 tests.
  28. Entered grades.
  29. Forgot everything else. ( I can’t actually remember… anything)
  30. Left work.

This may not seem like a whole lot to you. But to me it was terrible. That’s because it felt like it happened in a period of 32 minutes.

Oh, and part of me thinks it’s Tuesday and the other thinks it’s Thursday.

I could be going crazy.

I feel like doing this: (╯°□°)╯︵ ʞɹoʍ

D.A.

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One Response to “List of Things I Did Today”


  1. Teaching is a lot more difficult than it should be, eh?

    “If a doctor, lawyer, or dentist had 40 people in his office at one time, all of whom had different needs, and some of whom didn’t want to be there and were causing trouble, and the doctor, lawyer, or dentist, without assistance, had to treat them all with professional excellence for nine months, then he might have some conception of the classroom teacher’s job.”
    ~Donald D. Quinn


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