Andrea Fristoe

New Teacher News -- January 2015

Blog Post created by Andrea Fristoe on Jan 23, 2015
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Promising Practices


Totally Acceptable...
  1. To decorate yourself and your classroom in your favoirte football team's colors and merchandise to celebrate Superbowl XLIX,
  2. To have your food science students calculate the calories in your favorite Superbowl party snacks,
  3. To brew an extra-strong pot of coffee on Monday, February 2nd,
  4. To have your students practice oral reasons by ranking the top four Superbowl commercials,
  5. To create a football rivalry between you and your co-teachers.

My Corner of the World
How do you organize your classroom chaos? Sue Gorman, agriculture teacher at Goodhue High School in Minnesota, keeps everything right where she can find it.

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Ag Teacher Hack


"Running an ag program is expensive. The supplies and equipment we need to teach our innovative and fun classes and lessons aren't cheap, and sometimes we don't get budgets big enough to cover the cost of everything. During my first year of teaching, I was introduced to a good friend named Grant. Grant comes in all different forms and sizes and requires some time and effort to get to know, but can be a very rewarding individual to know. Grant has helped me attend CASE institutes, purchase classroom supplies, fund FFA trips and community service activities, and obtain needed equipment for my classroom and greenhouse. I strongly encourage every ag teacher (old and new) to explore Grant's opportunities!"
-Tiffany Morey, South Hunterdon Regional High School, New Jersey


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