Folks, if you can’t spot that this answer was intended humorously, uses wild generalizations, and has very little basis in reality, I don’t know what to tell you. The obvious answer is actually “I don’t dislike any kid – I struggle to raise them all up,” but since […]
“Note: I’m 13 and this is all aimed at my dad, he and my mom are split up. And lots of this is venting.” If I’m staring off into space I’m probably thinking about something you don’t wanna know about. Stop asking me what I’m thinking about. If […]
Some are heartbreaker, some are frustrating, some are anger-inducing. All are worth a read, as this is what many schools look like today. Teachers are counselors, parents and teachers are wrapped into one and the deserve praise for the work they do! This Is NOT Giving Your Kid […]
Warning Signs No clear sense of purpose. If school administrators and teachers don’t share a common goal, they will work toward their own agenda, which will eventually create conflict. Hostile relations among staff, students, and parents. When elephants fight, it’s the grass that suffers. When the adults in […]
As a teacher, have you ever met the parents of a misbehaving student, and suddenly realized why the student behaves that way?
“Yep! When I worked daycare, there was a little boy who was worryingly sexual with the other children. He was about five, and he would kiss pictures of the Disney princesses and call them “sexy babies”, he would get into the little girl’s cots during naptime and sometimes […]
You were held at a higher standard. All your teachers knew you—the good and bad—before the first bell rang. You were expected to behave, get good grades, be social (but not too social) and set an example for other kids. It was exhausting. Getting in trouble at school […]
Books vs iPads The lift-up desks Heating and school lunches Interacting with classmates Playtime Home time Via: https://www.thejournal.ie/school-modern-vs-retro-2303190-Sep2015/