I believe being a writer is one of the biggest gifts you can give to your students. ~ Stacey Shubitz
This month I am participating in the Slice of Life Story Challenge. Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for creating a space for me to share my corner of the world.
You realize how dependent you become on something when you no longer have it. We become spoiled. We expect it to just "be there."
These words are so true and are words that I lived out the first two days of this week. Part of our computer management system was down the first two days back from spring break. What a difference it made in the way we "did school" this week.
The office staff was not able to look up on the computer where students were. They would have to either email or walk down to the wings to look for students.
This chaos sure made us appreciate the old days when students had their schedules written down on cards, and the cards were filed by grade level in aphpahbetical order in a file box.
Oh what we would have done to have that system in place this week.
We would have appreciated the good old days.
I imagine it made it hard to find specific books in the library, too. We are dependent for sure.ReplyDelete
There are days when I enjoy the return to simpler times, but you are right...our world has certainly changed!ReplyDelete
Yes, there is something to be said for the good old days! :0)ReplyDelete