Today, I was able to go to my school and check out my classroom for the first time, except I was surprised when I got there to find out that I would be teaching on a cart, moving from classroom to classroom.
It's officially August 1st, and I'm sure that everyone can relate to the "about to go back to school" crunch time. I'm feeling it today more than ever with everything I have stacked up on my plate.
I know it has been a little while since I last posted, and there is good reason for it. I thought this exact topic would be a great one to discuss because I am sure it hits home for many of us, but still, it is stigmatized.
Today, I had an interview for a middle school/elementary school position I never applied for. The high school's principal interviewed me for a position that I ended up not getting. He remembered me and recommended me for this position. It was truly an honor to be remembered and offered a chance to interview. Now, every … Continue reading MY LATEST INTERVIEW
This year was my first year teaching, and when I say first year, I mean that I was a maternity substitute for the fall semester and accepted my current position maybe a week after that maternity leave was over. Many people tell me how they don't envy me for starting halfway through the school year. I don't envy me either.
Last night, I went to bed feeling excited about this new blog that I have created. I did not think that it would have such a positive response from colleagues already, considering how new of a teacher I am. I received a lot of positive feedback from fellow teachers.
Welcome to the very first post of The Millenial Music Teacher! I seriously considered starting this whole blog up tomorrow morning, but I was inspired by a fellow colleague on a Facebook group I regularly visit.