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Please Don’t Leave

July 25th, 2011

Title – Please Don’t Leave By – Cassidy Anderson My name is Cassidy. I work for the YMCA right now and am very happy. Before I worked for the YMCA I was working for Kiddi Kollege (KK). After I told my kindergarten …

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We Hold This Truth to Be Self-Evident

July 25th, 2011

Title – We Hold This Truth to Be Self-Evident By – Elizabeth Napp He was still a child when his parents had to leave his native Paraguay in search of a better life in the North. The second to oldest in a …

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When the Family Fails

July 25th, 2011

Title – When the Family Fails By – Jennifer A. Ponsart I have a few students who are stuck in a home life that isn’t so great, but not bad enough to be taken out of the household. As a child, I …

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A “D Minus”

July 25th, 2011

Title – A “D Minus” By – Roger Dean Kiser I remember my Landon Junior High School seventh grade, math teacher’s name very well. It was Mr. Young. He stood out because the kids made fun of him. He was missing one …

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Never give up!

July 25th, 2011

Title – Never give up! By – Pat Thompson Jim entered my first grade classroom in August. He could not speak in sentences, he did not know the alphabet, he could not write, and he appeared misplaced in a grade level too …

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A “New” Book for Christmas

July 25th, 2011

Title – A “New” Book for Christmas By – Sandra It was nearing Christmas during my first semester teaching at a new post. I loved my small self-contained special needs class more than any group I’d taught in the past. They were …

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From the Eyes of a 10 Year Old…

July 25th, 2011

Title – From the eyes of a 10 year old… By – Ms. Me Here I am, 10 years old and at my mothers funeral. I tell myself that I won’t cry; after all, this is life. Right? As I look around, …

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Belinda

July 25th, 2011

Title – Belinda By – Danny Brassell On the first day of school, Belinda stuck a pencil in Rory’s eye and called him a name not suitable to be heard by most adults, let alone by a classroom full of seven-year-olds. That …

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My Inspirational Teacher

July 25th, 2011

Title – My Inspirational Teacher By – David Straker My wife Eleri teaches English in the local high school and has done so for many years. As parents of growing children, it has handy to have one of us in the same …

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Changing your students’ view of testing!

July 25th, 2011

Title – Changing your students’ view of testing! By – Shannon Vanderford This is my first year back in the classroom, after spending 29 years in the medical field. Things have been going really well, except for my students’ obvious lack of …

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Putting the Pieces Together With My Students

July 25th, 2011

Title – Putting the Pieces Together With My Students By – Perry Thomas Lopez Fellow Peers and Friends, I had written a story for this great website a while ago. A few teachers have responded favorably to the last topic, so I …

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From the pages of book into my life.

July 25th, 2011

Title – From the pages of book into my life. By – Ramnon Sandoval I had been reading Piers Anthony’s tales of the magical land of Xanth for years and knew his characterizations as well as I knew my own children so …

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Good Teacher :)

July 25th, 2011

Title – Good Teacher :) By – Carrie Meyers I have been completing my student teaching in Ithaca, Michigan. I was a little worried about teaching a certain math area. I didn’t feel that I could get the concept across to my …

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Good Morning, Sunshine…

July 25th, 2011

Title – Good Morning, Sunshine… By – Rhea As an educator, I often reflect upon the experiences I had as a student myself. One teacher in particular changed my life. I will be forever grateful to her. Her inspiration not only changed …

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My First Day and my First Breakthrough

July 25th, 2011

Title – My First Day and my First Breakthrough By – Janice Marie First of all, I am a non-traditional entry into teaching. I have worked in the computer industry for many years. During those years, I spent most of my time …

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Changes…

July 25th, 2011

Title – Changes… By – Laurie Johns I have been teaching a self-contained, 3rd grade learning-delayed special education classroom for the past 3 years. Then I moved to another city and was hired for a self-contained SIP class. My problem was, what …

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The Gift

July 25th, 2011

Title – The Gift By – Yvette Rivera There are some students who touch your life in ways that you can never imagine. Students who do not even realize that they are having an impact on you. For me it was a …

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Mentor Teacher

July 25th, 2011

Title – Mentor Teacher By – Shellie Rutherford (District Teacher of the Year – North Florida) I teach 1st grade at a school in North Florida. I’ve been teaching 7 years now. I started in ESE with a “tough” group of “real” …

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The Universal Language

July 25th, 2011

Title – The Universal Language By – Joel I’m a student teacher, doing my graduate diploma of education. I’ve been on professional practice this past week at a school with a very multicultural community within it. In my year 5 class I …

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Teaching Beyond 3 PM, An Inspiration

July 25th, 2011

Title – Teaching Beyond 3 PM, An Inspiration By – Michelle I attended a Catholic school in Michigan from pre-school through 12th grade, what an impact it had! In high school I made a special connection with a teacher, “Mr. Doe.” I …

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