Sunday, October 24, 2010

Blog Post #9

"What I've Learned This Year" By Mr. McClung
I thought that Mr. McClung's post was very enlighten on how we should conduct our selves as teachers. It is true that teachers forget sometimes that their lessons are generated toward children and not adults. Mr. McClung, is right about never having the perfect plan because most of the time something will go wrong. Communicating is very important in any line of work and we always need to work on these skills. We as teachers need to be supportive to our students and always be there to listen and support them.


  1. I agree, there are no perfect plans. In fact, nothing on this world is perfect and we should not expect perfection. In my experience even though lessons may not go as planned often times they turn out better. If there is no opportunity for mistakes then there is no opportunity to learn something new. SS

  2. I agree. I know I have a big problem when it comes to dealing with situations that don't go as planned, I know that in the end, it will more than likely turn out better.