Our 6 y/o asked (his) Dad for an advance on his allowance for a toy. This is the response he got. We love this Father’s
Do you remember the name of your kindergarten teacher? I do, mine. Her name was Mrs White. And I remember thinking she must be some
Aside from a lovely ‘thank you’ note, what gift could possibly be better for a hard-working teacher? Source: Evermine To share please use the social
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I teach seniors at the senior home how to use computers and the internet. When I came in today, one of the ladies used MS
“So one of the students came with her kid, because she didn’t have a babysitter. The kid starts to cry in the middle of the
Dear Prime Minister, Firstly let me introduce myself, I represent the many – the many teachers who today are worrying about the future of education.
These clever little people offered some simple, solid advice here. Less Head-Banging! Milk! Dream! Make peace! Kids really are smarter than adults sometimes. Bless them!
Bio: My name is Mary Tarantini and I am a high school English and special education teacher. I’ve written fiction for many years and have
My daughter, now six, is at her karate class. She moves up and down the hall with the others, blocking, kicking, punching. There’s fifty children
A Western Australia primary school teacher, Len Christie, has written a letter to his students about a controversial schooling test. The NAPLAN (National Assessment Program-Literacy and
“My university gave an honorary master’s degree to the service dog who sat through every one of his owner’s classes. He dressed appropriately for the
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Twitter user, Amy Hertel, received a lovely random act of kindness from one of her students:
A Redditor wrote: “Eight years ago, students at my high school wrote to their favorite authors asking them to visit. Kurt Vonnegut was the only
“If every 8 year old in the world is taught meditation, we will eliminate violence from the world within one generation.” ~ Dalai Lama
In 2011, Anne Kubitsky began asking “What makes you grateful?” and invited people to write or draw on a postcard and mail it back to