Aaahhh, the joys of being a teacher Found via Rip’s daily links, How to fail in class with skills. By Steve| 2008-06-13T21:28:22+00:00 June 13th, 2008|Musings|5 Comments Share This Post With Other Educators! FacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+PinterestEmail About the Author: Steve Related Posts Permalink Social media an issue for athletes, coaches – Washington Times January 18th, 2017 | Comments Off on Social media an issue for athletes, coaches – Washington Times Permalink Three sides to every coin January 17th, 2017 | 9 Comments Permalink The Joys of Dash Button Hacking October 7th, 2016 | Comments Off on The Joys of Dash Button Hacking Permalink Six Ways to Spark Creativity September 19th, 2016 | Comments Off on Six Ways to Spark Creativity Permalink A Teen’s Right to Privacy September 17th, 2016 | Comments Off on A Teen’s Right to Privacy Permalink STEMChat with Texas Instruments (and me) TONIGHT! September 15th, 2016 | Comments Off on STEMChat with Texas Instruments (and me) TONIGHT! 5 Comments healigan 6/18/2008 at Jun 18, 08 | 7:00 pm Steve:you have nourished my soul! I am still in the “I miss them” mode and this reminded me why i need to move on! Thanks Chad L. 6/23/2008 at Jun 23, 08 | 3:44 pm These are great! We had a 3rd grader write about a problem in a story that was read and instead of writing “He got his bike stolen” she wrote “He got his dick stolen” I guess she needs to work on not getting those b’s and d’s mixed up. Thanks for sharing. Chad L.’s most recent blog post.. It’s Been One Week… Dan Callahan 6/24/2008 at Jun 24, 08 | 9:15 am Reading: “Aaahhh, the joys of being a teacher – Teach42” (http://tinyurl.com/6zss7l) Odds & Ends | Tech Tips & Timely Tidbits 8/5/2008 at Aug 05, 08 | 6:15 pm […] Dembo – Teach42 blog – “Aaahhh, the joys of being a teacher” – Just for fun, take a look at these examples of student answers on tests. Boy, I wish I was […] UGG Discount Boots 1/17/2011 at Jan 17, 11 | 7:59 pm Forgot to add that your code will work great comparing objects when you didn`t create them. Just address the object within an object issue and I think you are ready to go! Comments are closed.