LOL!! This one made me laugh.
Finding the right seating is everything. 😅
Haha! But in our days, the teachers just seated us in pairs according to our heights. Shortest in front, tallest at the back!
Smart! That way everyone can see the board. :)
Just looking at that makes my brain hurt.
You and me both.
That's why it's easier to let them sit wherever.
I do in 5 out of 6 of my classes. The one class though has to have strict structure. There's about half a dozen kids in there who can't handle any kind of freedom and they ruin it for everyone else when we try. This weekend I will be making a new seating chart (my previous one did not work the way I'd hoped).
ahahhahahah!! That is so true! This reminded me of my stat prof back in uni, it was impossible to keep up with him....
I remember stats in the uni days. It was so hard for me!
Absolutely Rosey ... a fun image to chuckle about - cheers Hilary
Ah well, pros and cons in every job, right? :)
So true and the little ones feel this way.Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.Have a fabulous day, my friend. Big hug. ♥
You have a fabulous day too! xoxo
I've always liked math! But here the scene is too crowded!Maybe it was a class with smart kids, or with... no one!Thank you for entering in the game!Have a fabulous week!
You have a fabulous week too. :)
I guess that can be quite a task for some classes.
You ain't a kiddin' I've got 1 (out of 6) that is challenging me to the brim. ;)
One of the many reasons why I would fail as a teacher LOL!
Most of the time it's a super cool job (not how I felt my first year, lol, but now I love it). The pay could be better, for sure.
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