When it comes to my VIPKID classroom, I am a minimalist. I have found that the longer I teach, the more efficient I get with consolidating my prop usage and cutting the classroom clutter. I also teach mostly L3 and up, so it is not as much pressure to be a nonstop dog and pony … Continue reading How do I set up my VIPKID classroom? Part 2: PROPS
So many of my previous blogs outlined my glorious life and work schedule as a VIPKID teacher...and then it went silent for awhile. Being a full time teacher in real life with a new baby finally caught up with me. For the months of October and November I racked up a total of two classes. … Continue reading Taking a break from VIPKID: Why did you do it?
I never gave much thought to schedules before motherhood. Sure, I was punctual and got to work on time, but I was always more of a "go with the flow" type girl when it came down to the events of daily life. Now I would not get anything done without them. You get to a … Continue reading When do you sleep? Whenever my schedule says I can.
Yes, I am. I read this article about fidget spinners and couldn't agree more. Check it out. http://time.com/…/4774…/fidget-spinners-adhd-anxiety-stress/ My two cents as a teacher? I have always kept a few foam squishy toys to *discreetly* offer my constant tappers, wigglers, fidgeters, standers, and walkers because it is something that has worked for my anxiety (I … Continue reading Fidget Spinners: Another teacher complaining?