What About Me, Mrs. M?:He’s Not the Child He Could Have Been!

After a trying morning with one of my students, I approached his desk. In a quiet voice, I let him know that I was disappointed in the behavior he had been exhibiting. At least I thought I was being quiet. I forgot that my students can hear everything I say when I am NOT talking to them…READ MORE

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  1. Blogs like this make me smile. You chose to communicate to your student and not yell. You stayed away from mentioning his meds to him. You noticed he like a challenge and made adjustments by giving him responsibilities. You are a great teacher!

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