Sunday, October 15, 2006

7 Hours of Mad Productivity

What I did today:
2 grad assignments
All of my week's grad reading
2 sets of progress reports (the ones I send home every week and the quarterly ones required by my school)
Graded 3 days worth of standardized tests
Graded spelling and math unit tests
Entered and sent my student achievement data to my program director
Wrote detailed lesson plans for the whole week in every subject (first time I've ever been able to mentally do this - yes!!!)

My brain is tired, but ready.
That's a good feeling.
No lesson planning at night this week - wahoo!
Now if I could only figure out how to work 5 days a week instead of 6...


Leo Casey said...

Ms. G:

It seems that some of the challenges you are facing -- very courageously -- are there because your students are not receiving the Special Education services they deserve. If you want to do something about that, e-mail me at LCasey@UFT.ORG. [I work for the UFT.]


Ms. M said...

You are amazing. I worked several hours too but was not nearly as productive. Hope you have a good week!

Jules the Crazy said...

wow! great job! it must be such a relief to have those tasks finished before your week even began. congrats! you will definitely find it gets easier with time. keep up your great work!