The Joy for Teaching Will Not Be on Social Media

The Joy for Teaching Will Not Be on Social Media You will not be able to stay home, sisters and brothers. You will not be able to tweet, text  and earn a badge. You will not be able to lose yourself in the latest deeds by the latest pop star, Because the joy for teaching … Continue reading

Something to think about. The “Bad” Parents.

    I understand some people out there think there are “bad” parents. I understand that. I can understand that perspective, but if you’re a teacher and you think this way I want you for one second to think differently. Think about what a bad parent is and who defines it? Does a “bad” parent … Continue reading

Neuroatypical Haiku

I do understand It’s differently than you But I understand you -by Mrs F Please make an effort to understand those who think differently than you.

“Bad” is about perspective. Positive Behavior Supports

I’m going to take a bit of time to talk  about my slice of the world of education, special education. More specifically I teach children with autism.  Occasionally people will see one of my students having a challenging moment during a transition time while we’re out in the community and they may think, “That kid … Continue reading

What if….

What if…. What if my students don’t like me? Teach your students and they will. What if I have 50 kids in my class? Teach your students. What if I don’t understand my students’ culture? Teach your students and you will. What if my principal doesn’t like me? Teach your students and it won’t matter. … Continue reading

Lois Lane Reporting for Duty

Yesterday was World Teachers’ Day. I celebrated it by teaching with all the enthusiasm I give everyday. I love teaching. I love teaching all my kids. I love teaching the students I have to encourage to share and the students that have to be reminded to raise their hand to share. I went into teaching … Continue reading