Thursday, July 26, 2012


Teacher trainings are nothing but mindnumbing pain. We sit and do campy activities that have no practical application to the classroom or real world, and generally bore you to death. Here's to another 32 hours of those trainings.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I totally agree. I spent over 30 years (high school) suffering through these things. I rarely learned anything that was worthwhile. Presenters were often people from the administration building who had to justify their jobs. The ones near the beginning of the school year took away time I could have used getting my classroom ready. The programs on "professional inservice" days during the school year were just as bad. As I accumulated lots of sick days over the years, I sometimes used one for those days. And I didn't have to have a lesson plan for a sub! Sorry to sound so unprofessional, but you have to experience these things to understand.