The Truth

I love teaching middle school, that much has remained the same. Since I was offered the chance to switch from Spanish (an encore class) to Social Studies (a core class), people have asked which is easier. Both sides feel like they have added responsibilities and that their job is more challenging. I have the unique perspective because I have seen both sides of the debate. Here is my verdict:

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Ask me again at the end of the year, I am sure there will be additions for some of the blocks. * These are purely my observations and not based on scientific research or blind peer reviewed evidence. The transition has given me lots of time to reflect.

About Lisa Butler

Middle school geography teacher, tech trainer, Flocabulary MC, Nearpod PioNear, and Edcamp Hershey Founder. I have embraced the power of purposeful technology and am creative with their application. If I am not doing something with ed or tech, I am probably reading children's books, baking with a toddler sidekick, running around, or dreaming of traveling.
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1 Response to The Truth

  1. Debbie Lynn says:

    Those who “know” core classes are harder should try teaching everything in their second language!

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