adorably depressing comics about life. updated every other weekday whenever i want because i'm a grownup now
*sniff* I wish I had you as a teacher when I was growing up. You hate, people and you drink beer... maybe all my teachers were like that and I just never saw it. To be honest, when I was a kindergartener I thought the teachers lived in the classrooms and slept in the cupboards.
i love beer and i hate people. yep. pretty accurate assessment.a little secret?it's true. we live in the classrooms. but we don't sleep in the cupboards. we sleep on those little naptime mats.
The educational system can be so frustrating sometimes. I wish you had been one of my teachers; you clearly care a lot and way too may of mine were old and burned out and just didn't give a shit. Rock on, Miss B!
I have two kids with autsim and I understand completely. I've had to deal with the same kind of teachers all our lives. Thanks for being a great teacher! You and "your kind" are appreciated by all parents of spec. ed students everywhere!
One of my personal disappointments was not really knowing how to deal with one student who had severe dyslexia. It didn't help that English wasn't his first language but I tried to keep going ahead and sit aside with him to help him out on other stuff. Instead he asked his mother in tears to stop going.On the plus side, I got a kid who appeared to definitely have autistic tendencies get through my class. He didn't get everything but he got enough I think. Two years later, I had his little brother and it was amazing to watch how his younger brother would look out for him.Then there's me struggling to fight the "Where were all the ADHD kids 20 years ago? Paranoid overhyped media invention" bias I've had for the longest with every 8 year old that acts up in my classes. In summation: integrated classes seem like they encourage everyone else to work harder from my experience. I just have trouble getting the kids to understand that the kid running out of his seat isn't trying to goof off intentionally, he had good intentions (but don't do it, still!).
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