As a first year AP chem teacher, the days off have aided me in getting some much needed work done - after all, I click through approximately 25-30 power point slides in a 40-minute class period. That's enough work to make even the strongest of the strong break out in hives. Ahhh, AP chemistry, not only do you scare students and teachers alike, but you can make a teacher break out in a sweat before her class starts and skip lunch on a daily basis. Good times.
I look forward to next year when most of my time will be spent learning how to teach the content instead of being one day ahead of my students.
So what topic are you covering now? Right now we're on Acid-Base Equilibria. I just finished my power points that I'll be using for this unit. Amazing what a snow day off from school can help a teacher accomplish!
I hope you are staying warm, slip and slide-free, and keep pushing through the AP content even despite this horrible weather we're having in the north east.
All the best!
Karen (MsRazz ChemClass)