Can we all stand up and give our teachers a HUGE round of applause?
They really do have a rough gig. They work long hours, deal with those little angels all day, and then continue to work when they get home at night.
It never ends!
But at least they have a good sense of humor about the chaos unfolding around them.
Teachers, these tweets are for you!
1. Please don’t eat that.
Student in 6th hour notices a successful catch in the glue trap on the floor. Picked it up to show the class and a second student asks
“What’s that, a Hot Pocket?” ?
#teacherlife #WeFlyTogether pic.twitter.com/xpZ41k6j8K
— Shanna Zimmerman (@srzimmer) September 6, 2019
2. This doesn’t look good.
— Catherine Quinn (@Catherinemay132) December 16, 2018
3. That’s very unfortunate.
— Emily (@EDUwithEMILY) September 5, 2019
4. You did it!
— Brandie (@BrandieMcnabb) September 5, 2019
5. Just don’t do it in front of the kids.
I just took a pair of foam nunchucks away from a kid (don't ask, 5th grade is a weird age) and now my biggest struggle as a teacher is not flipping them around and doing a Michelangelo impression. #TeachingIsHard
— Doug Robertson (@TheWeirdTeacher) April 12, 2018
6. That looks very stressful.
— Laura Mack (@TheReal_MrsMack) August 13, 2019
7. Time to dive back in.
— Gabriela Soto (@gabbysl79) August 12, 2019
8. Sad, but true.
— WeAreTeachers (@WeAreTeachers) September 17, 2019
9. No “me” time.
I’ve had to pee since 9:45 and won’t be able to until 12:30, when I’ll have exactly 2 minutes before a meeting. #teacherprobs
— KarlaFromDeBodega ?? (@iHateRaquel_) September 18, 2019
10. Back off, pal.
— Khuzema. (@KhuzArsenal) September 18, 2019
11. Nothing more satisfying.
That priceless moment when you call a parent & the student is talking shit because they think you’re faking a call- then their parent asks to speak to them. Watching the color drain from their face ???#teacherproblems
— Not yo Auntie ????♀️??♀️ (@PrincessNeali) September 17, 2019
12. Check in on them once in a while.
— Victoria Kause (@TeacherTori93) August 30, 2019
13. Gonna be tricky.
— Ginny Pape✨ (@ginnypape) September 16, 2019
14. Sounds like a good use of time.
Sitting in a professional development where they lecture about how to not lecture kids. For hours. #teacherproblems
— Teacher Problems (@HSTeachProbs) September 16, 2019
15. They’re really not good at that “no touching” thing.
— PledgeCents (@PledgeCents) August 29, 2019
Teachers, we’re behind you! We feel your pain! Or, at least we’re trying to…
Power through the week and enjoy the weekend…if you don’t have a stack of papers to grade.