Sunday, August 26, 2012

Guide to Student Teaching #0

*cough cough* Oh my, there is an awful lot dust on this old blog, isn't there?

Well, I think it's about time to pick up this blog and start posting again. Where have I been, since my last post? I got married, moved in with my sweet, sweet husband, went to graduate school for a Master's in Teaching (secondary education, English-Language Arts), got an ADORABLE dog, celebrated several birthdays, weddings, milestones with friends and family, and have finally come to the home stretch of my graduate program.

I am now in the midst of the dreaded Student Teaching. It's not actually as bad as I thought it would be. I certainly don't have time for much socializing, but I truly love what I do, and that's a first for me. Heck, I think I'm pretty good at this.

The following posts are (highly censored) versions of my weekly journal entries, required by my university supervisor for the seminar class I'm taking while I student teach. I have documented quite a few ups, downs, and what-the-hells since I began on August 27th.

For those of you who want to know what I'm "up to" and "how is student teaching" and "what is student teaching like," here you go!