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PRENATAL TEACHING

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With just three days to go before she goes on maternity leave, Posthipchick offers some instructive observations on the awkwardness, both physical and social, of teaching while pregnant:

It's very strange to have something so personal happening to you while constantly being watched and monitored by 100 people a day. Especially when the personal/professional line becomes blurred, as it is wont to do when your students see you running out of the room to puke, or go to the bathroom, or when your belly is slithering around as you are trying to teach. None of it feels inappropriate, ... but I really try to keep up a boundary with my students, and pregnancy sort of forces it down a bit more than I would have chosen.
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I am interested in finding more ways to integrate ti integrate technology into my classroom. Like many teachers, I find myself intimiadated by the whole process. In addition there is never enough time. I want to find a way to combine technology with the curriculum so that I can do both at the same time. I am looking for suggestions!
Robin Sparks

I am 41 and pregnant with my first child - YIKES! Really, though, we couldn't be happier!

I was hoping someone out there might have some excercises I could do along the lines of prenatal teaching and communicating. I am 15 weeks along and am open to any ideas for stimulating and teaching my baby. Please e-mail any ideas to: [email protected]

Also, please type TEACHING BABY in the subject line so I don't accidentally delete it! Thanks in advance to anyone who responds!

Cheryl

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