Category: Cartoon

Wrecked Angles

By , Sunday, 13th June, 2010

This comic was in NSWTF’s Education Newspaper recently.

Male Teacher: I handed out some 2D shapes to my Kindy kids. The next thing… Two kids who got rectangles are crying.

Female Teacher: How come?

Male Teacher: They both wanted angles that hadn’t been damaged!

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The Meaning of Life

By , Wednesday, 19th May, 2010

An Insanity Streak comic….

Teacher: Class, today we’re very lucky to have a guru as our guest speaker. So, everyone pay attention as he’ll be revealing to us the meaning of life!!

Student: Miss, will we have homework on this?

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Leadership???

By , Wednesday, 19th May, 2010

Whatever happened to leadership?

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Classroom Posters

By , Tuesday, 18th May, 2010

I picked up this site, again via Twitter, last night > Poster Street.

You can create your own posters, or download some of the ones they have already on their site.

I quite liked this poster.

If you can read this, thank a teacher.

Just noticed also they have Certificate Street.

A Fabulous Grading Error

By , Tuesday, 18th May, 2010

Well, many of us are busy writing reports, and following the distribution of those will be Parent/Teacher Interviews. This comic came to me via Twitter.

Teacher: Well, Silly me! That should’ve been an A! I must’ve given your son an F by mistake because the only word on my mind was fabulous!

It’s a chalkboard

By , Monday, 26th April, 2010

“There aren’t any icons to click. It’s a chalkboard.”

Source: Glasbergen

Wireless Networks

By , Monday, 26th April, 2010

Not normally a big fan of Dilbert Comics, but this one made me smile.

Report Card Critic

By , Sunday, 25th April, 2010

Source: F Minus

Classroom Management

By , Monday, 12th April, 2010

But seriously, the following quote came from @Aaron_Eyler via Twitter #edchat hashtag.

The best indicator of classroom management might even be what the kids do the days you AREN’T in school.

I know I love it when I return to my class to find reports that they’ve been wonderful and got through everything I planned for them.

What do you think? Is it an accurate measure of your classroom management?

Wet Weather Duties

By , Sunday, 21st March, 2010

I’m sure all of us have thought the same at some time. 🙂

Source: NSWTF Education Magazine (8/3/10)

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