Uncategorized | Feb 11, 2009
Lack of time management, now in graph form!
By Angela Watson
Founder and Writer
Graphjam.com is brought to you courtesy of icanhascheezburger.com. The site allows you to make everything from venn diagrams to line plots, and is so easy to use, a LOLcat could do it. Or your students. I highly recommend showing them how.
Here’s my first graph creation, for your viewing pleasure:
Not shown: time spent reading blogs. The sliver would have been too minuscule to show up on the pie chart. 😉
And how do you spend YOUR prep periods? Bonus points if you create graphs on your break. Double bonus points if you comment on this post during your break. Wait, don’t tell your principal I said that.
Founder and Writer
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i usually sneak into the lecture room and take a ten minue power nap… so far no one has caught me except the kid who was lookin for the tech support guy and I told him i was practicing my yoga… he bought it.
Tom in St. Louis.
check my blog http://www.tomsboomertimes.blogspot.com to see the first chapter of my book about life in a middle school.
Saii: I’m surprised Facebook isn’t blocked at your school. How in the world do you keep middle schoolers off it?
CowboyJoe: My lunch hour is actually spent eating and talking with my best friend, who coincidentally teaches 2 doors down. That time is sacred and I don’t spend it on anything else.
Adventures in Teaching: The time definitely DOES fly. I once taught in a school that only gave 20 minutes. It was enough time to use the bathroom and heat up a mug of coffee. Period.
HappyChyck: Yep, nothing like plotting your data to help you analyze it. 😉
Tom: I know teachers who power nap. That’s an amazing concept. I’m afraid I’d never wake up on time. Thanks for pointing me to your blog–cool!