Nancy Bailey was a special education for many years. She left teaching due to the current reforms that are taking over the nation’s classrooms. She is now an education blogger and author, writing about the teaching profession and public schools that are critically important to the future of America and its children. 967 more words
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Mid-term exams are done for another year and students and teachers have all survived…for the most part! The student’s job is done, they have regurgitated all they know about subject content onto exam papers…now it’s marking, report cards and parent-teacher interviews for the teachers. 71 more words
I don’t always read my undergraduate college’s alumnae magazine, but I do occasionally check the class notes and such at the back. The other day I flipped into the current issue, which had been sitting unread on my dining table for a couple weeks, before tossing it in the recycling. 1,355 more words
The First Lesson I Really Learned as a Teacher.
(But the Moral does not strike me for almost Thirty Years.)
If you have any friends or acquaintances who would like to pass some of my musings on to some the younger teachers of the world, even the pre-service students, feel free. 2,440 more words