That’s what I thought when I left the elementary school where I worked in Chicago. I knew the administration there didn’t really work for me, but I thought my teaching wasn’t good either. Not for a public school setting, anyway. And not for kindergarteners.
Then I met Lorrie Heagy. The experiences we had this past week reaffirmed some of the things I had been taught through my teaching certification and during my time at the AUSL turn-around school where I had been teaching. I learned new strategies and how to better implement old ones. I learned that, no matter what age or what institution, I am a good teacher, and I can be a better teacher.
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