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Saturday, December 1, 2007

More Staff Development Comics

There's something cathartic in drawing stick figures. I don't know what I'd do in these staff development meetings without them. It's actually a good way to think certain concepts through, like staff development meetings. I also felt like recreating a few interesting things I got to experience at my job.











6 comments:

mybellringers said...

LOL! The teacher hell is great. I laughed so hard I almost fell off my chair. I always wondered how many other people went nuts when they went to staff development and had to pick up the handout, then see the powerpoint that had the same darn-tootin' thing as the handout and then had the powerpoint and handout read to them. Makes ya CRAZY! aieeeee!

EHT said...

I enjoyed these! Staff development is mind-numbing hell and mybellringers mades a valid point.

Let me guess.....you drove all of your teachers crazy in school by drawing all the time, right?

Joel said...

Hey, I linked to you over at So You Want To Teach? in the 148th Carnival of Education but it didn't trackback correctly. Sorry about that.

Mister Teacher said...

You would make a pretty good weekly cartoonist!! Nice job!

Ed Darrell said...

Speaking of staff development -- anybody ever sit through a session with a guy named Dan Hodgins, on brain development in boys and girls?

I'd like to hear about it

You can track me down at Millard Fillmore's Bathtub.

Thanks.

Scott Walker said...

Thanks for the compliments everyone.

And yes, I did annoy my teachers by drawing all the time. Though to my credit, I still made good grades and learned what I could.

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