As teachers, we often have to be diplomats, thoughtfully moving among various circles. At some point in your career, what you are teaching will be questioned. If it has not happened yet, it will. Trust me.
Share that experience with us. Rambling is allowed.
Please adhere to the three simple norms so that the tone is purposeful and informative, rather than harmful and vindictive:
• Share your frustrations and be honest. Your experiences are important.
• Leave names of people, districts, and schools out.
• Share what we can learn from your experience. Is there a policy change that can be made?
My goal with this post is to get as many teachers (others, of course, are more than welcome) to have a common place to share. From this open discussion (one-way), we can create a dialogue (two-way) from some important thread that is seen throughout the posts
Please pass the permalink on to everyone you know and invite them to share an experience. Grab the permalink or snatch it here
For fun, or sadness, check out American Library Association's (ALA) frequently challenged books.