One day teacher of English B said to teacher of English A, “I’ve seen in my classrooms that when you offer trust and confidence to a student, this person usually experiences a quick but also continuous sense of responsibility and gratitude, ‘I’m in charge of providing chalk [or a marker or...] for the teacher, for the classroom; I’m important or I have something important that depends on me; I have something important to do’.
You can explain to him that as well in that way he’s helping his classmates. He experiences an inner growth too. All this is a nice experience, alike for the teacher. Often the kid fulfills that small job with satisfaction and zeal. He also betters and improves and grows as a person. He feels he has something in his hands. He’s been entrusted a key point in the ‘class gear’.” / Photo from: binarymoon co uk. Toy Story 3. She’s Jessie: Woody’s and Buzz Lightyear’s friend. By Pixar. Kids love the movie.