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November 16, 2005

The "Hobo Teacher" Blog

While reading Education Week's blog,, Blogboard, I came across a link to a teacher blog going by the name of "The Hobo Teacher." As the folks at EdWeek say, "he's funny." Though I should add as well he's a bit irreverent, but I tend to like that kind of thing.

Here's an example from a recent Hobo Teacher post.

If you need a "how-to" book for teaching, then here you go:

  1. Grab sleep wherever you can.
  2. Grow rhino skin.
  3. Laugh more than you scream.
  4. Be ready to fail.
  5. Be ready to fail again.
  6. Be ready to fail an infinite number of times.
  7. Steal from other teachers (ideas only, but food when possible).

Head on over to the Hobo Teacher for more tongue-in-cheek wisdom.

Posted by ExploreLearning at 01:40 PM in Fun/Humor | Permalink

Comments

Thanks for the kind words! We appreciate any support we can get. Will blog for food.
--The Happy Hobo Teacher Team

Posted by: HT | Nov 17, 2005 9:30:50 PM

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