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Student teachers play an instrumental yet transitional role in our education system. While pursuing teaching credentials, student teachers work in classrooms all across the country teaching lessons, helping senior teachers, and learning how to work hands-on with children. Student teachers tend to have their hands in multiple aspects of running a classroom, doing everything from grading papers to creating and administering lesson plans. We’ve gotten to know student teachers well while refinancing their student loans, here’s a humorous day in the life:

6:00AM Wake up

7:30AM Prepare lesson plan for the day

8:00AM Collect homework and listen to why so-and-so couldn’t bring it

9:00AM Recess

11:00AM Attempting to teach math after the kids just had P.E.

12:30PM Lunch

1:00PM Silent reading (where you wish you could relax but you’ve got papers to grade!)

2:00PM Observe senior teacher leading class and wish you had that kind of control over your students

4:00PM Teachers meeting

6:00PM Head home to complete revisions and prepare for the new day

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