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 Scammed. Scammed. January 11th, 2018 Social media an issue for athletes, coaches – Washington Times Social media an issue for athletes, coaches – Washington Times January 18th, 2017 Three sides to every coin Three sides to every coin January 17th, 2017 The Joys of Dash Button Hacking The Joys of Dash Button Hacking October 7th, 2016 Six Ways to Spark Creativity Six Ways to Spark Creativity September 19th, 2016 A Teen’s Right to Privacy A Teen’s Right to Privacy September 17th, 2016 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.