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No Eating in Front of Students

Sometimes Lunchtime is not really lunchtime, but tutoring time

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I remember at a workshop where the speaker was adamant about the teachers not eating in front of students. The speaker told the faculty that eating in front of the students was unprofessional.

“You should wait until lunchtime or on your break to eat,” said the speaker. I always…

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Don Sabado

Don Sabado

I write about my experiences as a teacher, my journey in writing, and anything that comes to mind.

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