Friday, May 1, 2020

Random Tid Bits

  1. I'm ready for the school year to be done, but am nervous when fall rolls around.
  2. I know I can teach online, but my first year students don't get their laptops until mid semester. They are going to try and figure out what it would take, for them to get their laptops early.
  3. Isaak hasn't shown any more signs, on being allergic to this little cuddly boy. I swear he sat on my arm under this washcloth, which he thinks is his blanket for 20 minutes or more.

  4. My first year students are working on stationery sets, for a company they made redid a logo for. Their logos looked pretty good. Their understanding of stationery is questionable. I even made my own to explain it. One guy must of never looked at my examples. He had the company's address in the center, instead of top left. He used my info for the business card, when I told them to research the company its self. I just want to scream, "Look at my examples!"
  5. Mica's officially done with his big health care model, PowerPoint, and Word file. He presented to the class, University of Nebraska - Omaha (they mentored the students), Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Forward, and a small group from Multiple Sclerosis Society. He did really well. BUT while he was presenting he had a battery explode on his project. Thank goodness, he just had to show the project in his PowerPoint. It did kind of distract him, when he heard a big bang. 


Theresa Mahoney said...

We are nervous about what fall is going to bring school-wise too. Allison is already going stir crazy with just the 3 of us here all day. Mariah self quarantined and left her job last month, so we let her come up for a week long visit last week to help give her sister some much needed human contact. We're thinking of sending her down to Mariah's for a few weeks after her e-learning is over with on the 20th since it seems social distancing isn't going to let up any time soon, so time at her sissy's will do her a little good, I think.

mail4rosey said...

I am glad he got through his presentation. I am sure the bang was disconcerting to say the least. Your mention of teachers wanting their students to follow instructions made me laugh (even though it's not funny). I can relate. I am so happy to hear your son isn't showing allergies to his little buddy.

~ Noelle said...

Oh no!!!! Hate that happened during his presentation.... but glad he made it through :)


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