Saturday, September 22, 2007

Every Child

Every child is first and foremost a child with feelings, strengths, needs and wonderful, unique qualities.

One of the things that is crucial to being a good teacher, is the ability to appreciate every child and not to make anyone feel left out. Most people have a memory of a special teacher that made them feel unique and appreciated. It is often one sentence or a comment that can change a child's life. I believe that as future teachers we must take this responsibility as a great challenge and make the extra effort to be CARING and SYMPATHETIC.

A garden full of a variety of blooming flowers is much more pleasant and interesting than one with only roses. Diversity makes our world a beautiful and lively garden.


WhyMayaTheBee? said...
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WhyMayaTheBee? said...

Anna, I couldn't agree with you more....Indeed all "flowers" are as equally important and we need "to water" them all if we would like to have a beautiful garden. Btw, I really like your graphics. It seems like you have an eye for beauty.

Ana K.
(aka MayaTheBee)

September 23, 2007 6

Lee said...

Anna, I love the changes you have made to your blog. It really shows your caring, nurturing side. I'm looking forward to working with you on all of our assigments. It's going to be great! You're such a unique person with a big, warm heart!
See you! Lee