Wow this was very powerful. I am spending so much time looking @ all the negative that exist on my campus that I have been missing the growth among my students& children. Thnx Bry
Happy to hear my road dog so eloquently engulf the epiphany and, share th4living moment. Lord bless you.
Thx for reading. Jus tryin to keep my mind on the great potential of our work :)!
Bryan those are encouraging words that I sometimes forget. Planting the seed is always happening and the first step to creating growth in a student.
Thanks for visiting me on my blog. I look forward to more of your blog posts. Lovely!
Thank you. Ditto about your posts.
love mutual appreciation. Thanks too!
Good stuff B! Keep up the great work and ideas you have. I hope the conversation went well today!
Share your goodness with others!
This was one of my many saying to my classes for a couple years.
Even had a poster made by some students that’s says exactly that!
Need to remember this saying always.
Thank you for Sharing that quote. I hope you don’t mind me borrowing it.
I remember your first day at Lane. I hope I was of some support at that time. I do remember our planning sessions for CAT testing and other lessons we collaborated on. You became my 1st ‘work’ hubby because we worked so well together, in my opinion & you became family!!! To this day I still refer to you and how great of a teacher you became. We all have trial and error in the classroom. We learn what works and what doesn’t usually from our students telling us or bombing on that exam we just knew they would pass. Thank you for sharing this and that pic of you & Barton with our kids!! Love you, Bryan!! Always!! Shannah
You were a huge support to me. The lessons I learned from you about how to connect with learners & how to teach English I still use to this day. I remember partnering up to facilitate a boot camp one year. We work seamlessly together. I miss having you next door. Much love, Shannah!
Composting is definitely a positive activity on so many levels. Best of luck to you and your family.
It certainly is. We do enjoy it. Thank you.
Wonderful post and reason to compost. Thank you for posting this.
Thank you for reading. I’m glad it connects.
Thx for the heart ✌🏾
Such great advice not just for teaching but for life as a whole. A good thing to see in the morning. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you for reading. Hope you got a chance to listen too. I’m glad it connects.
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