I had another ScreenChomp assignment due today, and I'm spending my entire planning period listening to the same problem 35 times. Yes, I'm bored. However, they love it, and it's a great way to make sure they understand the problem and the process.
The crazy thing is that I hear myself in the background numerous times. With all these voice recording toys in my room, I just realized how I need to be careful of what I say. When I think of the potential sound bytes that could be recorded and replayed for parents or administrators... Wow!
Take this one for example. The young lady does a fine job of explaining the problem, but listen to me in the background. Yes, I'm reprimanding a kid. No, I wasn't particularly mean, but it does wake me up to realize that what I say is not just heard in real time but is now easily recorded for future use. Gulp.