Teacher Swears

Swear Word Adult Coloring Book to Rant & Relax


Author: I. Love Coloring Books,Adult Coloring Books Press

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781533106995


Page: 62

View: 5734

Irreverent sayings for educators fill the pages of Teacher Swears. They are meant for entertainment purposes for grownups only so don't get bent out of shape about them. Sometimes after a long hard day of dealing with the little darlings, their parents, and the administration, you just need to chill out. To sit back with your beverage of choice and color the things you really want to say to all those people who got on your last nerve today, and if you can learn a few new "choice phrases" so much the better! Teacher Swears is the perfect way to unwind and release your inner potty mouth. Enjoy these irreverent, yet beautiful adult coloring pages. Then sit back and sigh after a job well done. These single sided pages range from moderate to highly detailed and include abstract patterns, animals, flowers and more... Each has its own cleverly coded swear that, while not necessarily appropriate for the classroom will definitely relieve stress in the break room! Sayings like "Holy Cheeseballs," "Zip it Happy Meal," and my personal favorite, "F.O.C.U.S. People!" (standing for F*ck Off Cuz' Ur Stupid!). You'll find these and 22 other humorous, subversive sayings to expand your inappropriate vocabulary and help you de-stress and relax! 25 Unique Hand Curated Designs To Color Hilarious subversive sayings gathered with teaches in mind and incorporated into Coloring Pages designed for Adults Each "Swear word" is Designed with multilayered beautiful patterns Each Coloring Page is designed to help you blow off steam by ranting and relaxing The Variety of Pages Ensure there is something for every skill level Your Choice of coloring tool can be used (Pens, Pencils, Markers, Crayons etc) Each Page is printed on a separate sheet to avoid bleed through The book is 8" x 10" complete with 2 color test sheets Scroll Up and get your copy of Teacher Swears right now, perhaps even get one for a friend so you can color and relax together! WARNING: This swear word adult coloring book contains lots of IMMATURE ADULT LANGUAGE and is not intended for children."


A Science: the Teacher an Artist


Author: Baynard Rush Hall

Publisher: N.A


Category: Education

Page: 305

View: 1370

Managing Behaviour in the Classroom

Practical Solutions for Everyday Problems


Author: David Wright

Publisher: Heinemann

ISBN: 9780435808556

Category: Classroom management

Page: 144

View: 7826

This work contains practical strategies for dealing with everyday problems in the classroom.

Handbook of Instructional Communication

Rhetorical and Relational Perspectives


Author: Virginia P. Richmond,James C Mccroskey,Timothy Mottet

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317347994


Page: 336

View: 9552

Written to address the contemporary challenges facing teachers and trainers in traditional and non-traditional settings, this text offers a comprehensive collection of research focusing on the role and effects of communication in instructional environments. With accessible research for students, teachers, and educational leaders, the Handbook of Instructional Communication enhances an individual’s ability to understand instructional communication research, plan and conduct instructional communication research, practice effective instructional communication, and consult with other teachers and trainers about their use of instructional communication.

Our Lives As Torah

Finding God in Our Own Stories


Author: Carol Ochs

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780787958534

Category: Religion

Page: 240

View: 8536

In this powerful book, Carol Ochs shows us how to develop apersonal theology by examining our life stories, learning torecognize God at work in them, and bringing them into conversationwith Torah. Using timeless biblical texts as lenses to see thepresent, she helps us understand who we are and who God is for usby exploring the tightly interwoven basic elements of ourlives--our love, suffering, work, bodies, prayer, community, andexperiences of death. Through the process of seeing our experiences in relation toBiblical stories, we begin to recognize our lives as part of theongoing story of the Jewish people--as Torah. This insight allowsus to see these experiences as meaningful, not accidental, andopens us to recognizing God's power in and through all that happensto us. Rather than a collection of random events, our lives arepart of the Jewish people's ongoing adventure. Armed with ourpersonally shaped theology, we can face this adventure of living inthe vanguard of history with awareness and confidence.

The Favela and the School

Contradictions and Resistance in Students' Construction of Identities


Author: Neuza Maria de Fátima Guareschi

Publisher: N.A



Page: 636

View: 7271