Solving teacher nightmares one teacher cart at a time…

ELB Education

When I was a student teacher many things seemed overwhelming to me about my new career. One of the promises I made to myself was never be that teacher that lugged around an ugly teacher cart. That thought of the last bell ringing on Friday and having to load up a fold-able hot pink milk crate with a luggage handle attached and drag it across campus behind me, loaded  up with papers was against everything I believed in. After a couple of months into my first year, I realized there was a reason people dragged those terrible carts. They weren’t just carrying papers, but their laptops and books used for lesson planning as well.

It’s almost impossible to lesson plan these days without using a computer for something, especially if you are using software that must be downloaded to your computer. Years later I finally figured out the perfect compromise to planning…

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