Today I was looking through my twitter feed and came across these pics and I thought they were very relevant so I thought I’d share.

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Leave a comment and let me know what your thoughts are.

  1. Nicole says:

    Needed inspiration to refuel myself for the Monday after spring break!

  2. Amy Hankins says:

    The quote that catches my eye is “I’ve covered it. They didn’t listen.” I think as teachers we have all experienced this moment, but in the same thought, we have to realize that not every student learns the same way. I think this statement is one to consider because if a teacher covers a lesson and the student “didn’t listen”, or so the teacher says, the teacher may want to consider teaching in a different way. This too me also goes along with the STAAR test, for each student is tested on the same basis and not every student is the same. In my mind I have thought of this quote many times. It frustrating to work hard on a lesson and the students do not respond they way you want them too. It leads us as teacher to continue to research and learn more ways to teach. This also goes back to the question a few weeks back on “How do you continue to grow?” Teachers continue to grow with each lesson plan, with different students. One class period may “get” a lesson and another one may not. As a teacher it is our job to find a way to teach to each student for their learning styles. If a teacher can understand this concept of teaching, they cannot say “I have covered it. They did not listen.”

  3. The first one is dumb. Really? Haha!!!

  4. Kathy Smith says:

    Good thoughts!

  5. The last one in blue is one I shared (thank you twitter!) at school. I am thankful I don’t hear too many of those anymore. We are a work in progress.

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