A week in the life of an educator: Sunday

*Warning – this will be a long post and is not for the feint of heart.  But for those of you who are not teachers – read it at your own risk.  This is the true story about one week in the life of a teacher, just the teacher part…

**It got too long to be read by the non-teacher, so this week will be broken down by day and on Saturday, the entire thing will be up…please forgive any typos its done on the fly…

***I teach PreAP Precalculus, Calculus, and coach women’s soccer. I am married to an awesome wife and we have three children ages 10, 7, and 5. AND I LOVE WHAT I DO!!

Sunday:
10:30-11:00 AM I missed the EdCampOKC yesterday and spent about thirty minutes going through the tweets of all of the sessions, I am really sad that I was out of town for this opportunity, but will hopefully have the chance to go to one in the future.
1:30 – 3:40 PM Kristina and I are leading some of the professional development sessions for our school on Monday. I spend this time making sure that all of the presentations look great and that we cover all of the bases. Topics include: the Flip Class model for Middle School teachers and several different #EdTech apps for our High School teachers.
6:00-7:30 PM I finish my grading from the past week…one of my least favorite things to do….
8:00-9:00 PM is the #oklaed Twitter Chat, I really look forward to this time with my colleagues from across the state. This is almost like free, fun, exciting PD. I get great ideas and learn great things!

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