I would be ****ed off and I too would be talking to the principal. If there were teachers who could supervise why could they not supervise some drawing, art and craft , outside time. Surely something better then watching spongebob. I totally support you OP.
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05-11-2013 16:20 #51
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05-11-2013 16:21 #52
05-11-2013 16:24 #53
- be ready for supervision by 8.45am (most of our teachers are already at school by 8am to prepare)
- need to finish supervising by 3.45pm (most will leave between 4-5pm, depending on the time of year)
- they have 3 hours of meetings a week, some before and some after school and can be recalled for and extra meeting if required.
- our meeting nights are tues/ we'd and finish at 4.45pm and we have 2x morning briefing at 8.30 each week
- they have 2 weeks meeting free to support in report writing
05-11-2013 16:27 #54
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05-11-2013 16:28 #55
My point being that public school is not some benevolent service provided by the government and that the parents have to cop cruddy standards on the chin.
It is provided as part of the society that we live in that is funded by the people who pay taxes (wether that be through income tax, GST etc). And just because something is tax-payer funded, does not mean you have no right to expect a high level of service, I personally think it should be the highest standard available.
05-11-2013 16:32 #56
It was just one day.
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05-11-2013 16:39 #58
As a student teacher I was at school 7am-4pm (8.30-3 school hours) then did work at home 8-10pm every night.
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05-11-2013 16:39 #59
It's not like the teacher was crying in fetal position with an ice pack on her head in the corner of the room after a big night on the tequila ... And it happens every Monday...
Man I would hate to be a teacher dealing with all the differing parental styles, it would be a nightmare.
05-11-2013 16:42 #60
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