Slice of Life: Day 7

8 thoughts on “Slice of Life: Day 7”

  1. I have never heard of a hybrid school. How many hours a week do teachers work? I love that you are engaging kids in a writers’ workshop. No more powerful tool for growing writing hearts!

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    1. Each class is 1.5 hours. I teach two classes there on Wednesdays, so hands on about 3 hours. But, hands off, outside the classroom, probably 8 – 10 hours a week. I haven’t taught writer’s workshop in years, so this year has been fun digging back in.


  2. So interesting. The hybrid schools seems like a great way for home school learners to meet, talk with other learners, engage in multiple tasks that are different than the learning they do at home. I imagine it is great work to spend you time with high school writers. Teach on. Write on.

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  3. We have something here sort of like that, but I don’t think the teachers get paid. It is more of a Co-op where the Home Schoolers get together for certain topics once or twice a week. [like science or history, etc.] One time they took a trip to the Zoo in Tampa. I presented a Birds of the Bible powerpoint and then another day, met them over at Lowry Park Zoo and took them through the aviary. Was kind of neat.

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    1. That is cool that you were able to teach the co-op kids about birds in the Bible. I love that special niche you have and think of you both whenever I see a beautiful photo of a bird.

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