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Best Friends

July 25th, 2011

By Ali Weinel At My Middle School There Are Two Teachers Who Are Best Friends And Are The Best Teachers! They have taught next to each other forever. They are my favorite teachers and I was heart broken when I left seventh …

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Foreign intrigue

July 25th, 2011

Title – Foreign intrigue By – In the middle of a grading period of the Mythology elective I teach, I was given a darling Asian child. She was timid, said next to nothing and when she did, one could barely hear her. …

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A Secret Santa Claus

July 25th, 2011

Title – A secret Santa Claus By – Claire Goodson My teacher’s friend teaches at a public school. There was this one boy in her class named “Scott” who had five brothers and sisters. It was getting closer to Christmas time, and …

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Jackie Carter Breeden’s Story About The Checker King

July 25th, 2011

An Inspirational Story from Jackie Carter Breeden: I am presently teaching 8th grade English at Albritton JHS on Fort Bragg in North Carolina. I started teaching in my own classroom in 1979, at Welch JHS in Welch, WV. The three years I …

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I CAN Do It!

July 25th, 2011

Title – I CAN Do It! By – Kathryn Mullen After I graduated from college in mid-year, I was lucky enough to be given the opportunity to be a second grade reading tutor at the same school where I had just finished …

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Needs Versus Wants

July 25th, 2011

Title – Needs Versus Wants By – Carla Baxter One of the extra-curricular activities I am engaged in is acting as a coordinator for the Indigenous & Torres Strait Islander background students attending this school. As they are considered a disadvantaged group, …

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Second Mom

July 25th, 2011

Title – Second Mom By – Sandra Stiles Recently I had the privilege of meeting a former student, “Jeanie,” for lunch. She had been one of my sixth grade students. She was preparing for a career as a pediatric oncologist. I was …

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– Making a difference

July 25th, 2011

Title – Making a difference By – Katrina I too am training to be a teacher. I had a boy with ADHD in my class on my school placement, and yes I had the same problem of my mentor not giving feedback …

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About to Quit

July 25th, 2011

Title – About to Quit By – LaVerne I’m a substitute in my third year. About two weeks ago my husband stated I needed to find another job if I was to continue letting this one get to me. That was totally …

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Unsure

July 25th, 2011

Title – Unsure By – Crystal Anderson My name is Crystal. I am currently doing my student teaching and everyone who has ever been there knows that this is a difficult time. Day after day I would go and teach my heart …

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Math Made Fun

July 25th, 2011

Title – Math Made Fun By – nagaRAJU There were days (fifty years ago now) when mathematics was my bête noire . I dreaded it and as such hated it. Then came a new teacher to our village class . The first …

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Teacher’s Good-bye

July 25th, 2011

Title – Teacher’s Good-bye By – Mary Ann Lana The school year is winding down. Progress reports are finished, printed, and ready to be stuffed. Portfolios are updated with writing samples, reading assessments, and attendance records. Each day I pull a few …

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Who you are speaks louder to me than anything you can say

July 25th, 2011

Title – Who you are speaks louder to me than anything you can say By – Lee Ryan Miller At the beginning of my 8:00 a.m. class one Monday at UNLV, I cheerfully asked my students how their weekend had been. One …

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See What You Can Do With That One

July 25th, 2011

Title – See What You Can Do With That One By – Lanette Smith It had been a long, hard week, full of decision making. There was a new job open in my district. The qualifications were clearly outlined. I had been …

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Making my invisible disease, visible. Fostering acceptance among young students.

July 25th, 2011

Title – Making my invisible disease, visible. Fostering acceptance among young students. By – Karen Daly I opened 23 minds today. Ms. Daly–that is, I–brought a cane to Second Grade today, but I didn’t explain. Instead, I read the class a book …

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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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