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“John”, “Adam”, and God

July 25th, 2011

Title – “John”, “Adam”, and God By – Doug Suess Having taught nearly eight years now, I could probably write a small book on interesting stories. However, I have to stick with the one that started it all. I was attending college …

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From Volunteer to “Goo-yai”

July 25th, 2011

Title – From Volunteer to “Goo-yai” By – Elizabeth Kohmetscher I discovered my love for teaching through a volunteer experience that changed my life. In university, I studied merchandising and business, which I found mildly interesting, but not especially rewarding as a …

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Inspired By a Student

July 25th, 2011

Title – Inspired By a Student By – Stacy Mathis I had been teaching lower elementary students for six years. This was my first year teaching at the middle school level. We had been in school for about 2 weeks when I …

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A Student That Has Been Inspired

July 25th, 2011

Title – A Student That Has Been Inspired By – Sarah This is a story of how inspired I was by my fifth grade teacher. My name is Sarah and I just finished the fifth grade. My teacher’s name was Mrs. Wilston …

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Fame can be Fickle

July 25th, 2011

By Marilyn Barnard “Brandon” was a little kid that we had way back in 3rd grade. I say WE because he literally belonged to the whole school. He spent most of his time in the SpEd classes and was mainstreamed for only …

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Substitute Teaching

July 25th, 2011

Title – Substitute Teaching By – LaVerne In my third year and love it!!! I was ready to listen to my husband about finding another job with benefits. One day while subbing a 4th grade class, a well known student (always in …

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An Empty Desk and a Broken Heart

July 25th, 2011

Title – An Empty Desk and a Broken Heart By – Sarah As a first-year teacher at a Christian school, I was expecting my fifth grade students to be perfect. Perfect in behavior, in attitude, in spiritual growth, and I even expected …

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Education, Education, Education

July 25th, 2011

Title – Education, Education, Education By – Mary Auguiste-Ernest As a ‘foundling baby,’ Mary was left abandoned in a derelict building in the UK. Throughout her life, she spent many years in children’s institutions, foster care, and didn’t find her first real …

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Teachers Turn Lives Around

July 25th, 2011

Title – Teachers Turn Lives Around By – Kim Geare I had just been sent back to prison for the second time. I was 18 years old and didn’t much care about anything — nobody seemed to care about me all that …

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Aubrey

July 25th, 2011

Title – Aubrey By – Deborah Lichfield In my third year of teaching general music, I was given a class of cerebral palsy children to teach. They were all kindergarten age. They were all in wheel chairs, except one. I think there …

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Taking Your Students to New Heights!

July 25th, 2011

Title – Taking Your Students to New Heights! By – Perry Thomas Lopez Note from LessonPlansPage.com: This inspirational message refers to an earlier submission by this remarkable man. Click here to read about his Wright Brother’s and Brooklyn Bridge projects. Hello Fellow …

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A Little Piece of Me

July 25th, 2011

Title – A Little Piece of Me By – Sharon Cronk-Raby I had just completed my student teaching when I realized my life had been forever changed. For those who are unfamiliar with the teaching profession, student teaching is a ritual that …

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“Special” Students

July 25th, 2011

Title – “Special” Students By – Mrs. Cheryl Stokes I returned to teaching elementary music in Nov. 1997 after a 13 yr. break. At that time I had a student that could relate to music but was not very verbal. The wonder …

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Using chess to teach literature and writing

July 25th, 2011

Title – Using chess to teach literature and writing By – Lisa Suhay My Pinocchio Moment One of my 16-year-old creative writing students is lying “dead” on the floor of my classroom, her fluffy black feather halo askew, orange CAUTION tape draped …

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A simple gesture of support

July 25th, 2011

Title – A simple gesture of support By – Janice G Originally, I wanted to be a welfare worker. I wanted to guide others in developing independence and the ability to seek resources to create their own destiny. So instead I’m a …

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The Mayonnaise Jar and 2 Cups of Coffee

July 25th, 2011

Title – The Mayonnaise Jar and 2 Cups of Coffee By – Marcey Gaitan A professor stood before his child development class and had some items in front of him. When the class began, he wordlessly picked up a very large and …

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The Story of A Student Who Started to Attend School Regularly and Willingly

July 25th, 2011

Title – The Story of A Student Who Started to Attend School Regularly and Willingly By – Ms. Felton Hello everyone. Unlike quite a few of you all, I am a new teacher. This is my very first year of teaching. I …

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Christmas Angel

July 25th, 2011

Title – Christmas Angel By – Susan Smith I teach a Special Education class of six students. It is a separate class of behavioral disorders, bright children but troubled. This year after struggling to get through the first half of the year …

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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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