Sunday, October 30, 2011

735. Something about her everyday work




One day teacher of English B said to teacher of English A, “I like everyday teaching, and talking with my kids, with the other teachers, with the students’ parents. Better said, I love all this.



Some people say every day is the same, the same routine. I don’t mean to boast but I can assure you each day for me is a new battle to beat, in a positive way, you know.



Some days ago another teacher, of literature, told us she tries to better herself as a teacher. She’s after that. She reads the experts, other teachers...



She told us she’s continually ‘recycling’ herself: she has some years of experience, but she’s determined to keep on learning, for her personal human growth, and also about techniques and teaching strategies.



This teacher teaches literature and attemps to present the units in a nice way, so as to get her students really interested in literature.



This girl said her students now read more books than last year, but this goal isn’t only hers, but she’s convinced her students have gotten hooked on reading.



Now the students write better and clearer in written tests, and have got lesser [fewer] spelling mistakes. Her students say to her they’ve been influenced with flash messages through the new technologies and so, and it takes them hard to write and compose nice.” / Photo from: apsva us. kindergarten teacher

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