Oct 09, 2015

I was a bad teacher. To become better, I changed my whole outlook | BDN Maine

I entered the teaching profession so excited, so enthusiastic, so determined to change lives like my senior English teacher had changed mine when I was a student. In my first philosophy of education class in college I wrote about how I wanted to convince students that they could do anything [...]

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