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.