I envision their smiles.
I hear their laughter.
They are too busy to misbehave,
Too happy to argue.
Go out with a bang,
Make a lasting impression -
You get the idea.
Enacting the plan, however, can be an entirely different prospect:
Getting the materials together,
Finding the time,
Mustering the patience.
It can all get to be a little much:
Of course, this year is especially challenging. Students have to wear masks, stay in their table groups, and avoid interacting with other teams.
Anyway, I'm thinking about merging all of these large projects to do them all at once. It will be a bold move, but if we can pull it off, it will also be something for the record books.
I don't know if it can be done,
most wouldn't attempt it,
and maybe I am crazy.
I don't even know if I can organize it effectively, but I'd sure like to try. While others would keep everything simple, and contained in a short time period in a single day - make a little STEM activity as a reward for positive behavior, this guy would like for his class to always be positive and rewarding. Now that the weekend is here, the dream is growing,