To be a teacher is to be busy. Apart from the business of communicating information to students, teachers must also plan lessons, grade assignments, assess learning, contact parents, plan and execute field trips, communicate with administration, manage the classroom, and often oversee extracurricular activities.
Along the way, teachers must deal with paper. So. Much. Paper.
Not all paper that a teacher deals with is standard size, either. Apart from having to sift through student homework, semester term papers, and written exams, they also see their fair share of posters, presentation boards, flyers, decorations, maps, and cutouts. Continue reading