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Chris Lehmann

One of the most difficult things to do, I think, is to keep challenging assumptions. We fall into patterns that, if they work "well enough," then we often don't question.

Part of that is just because it's easier. Who wants to walk into a meeting of teaches and administrators and deal with the question -- "We have no schedule anymore. Now, what *should* it look like?"

irish kay libo-on

I am also a teacher and i have a passion in teaching to the highest level. I love kids and they're my inspiration since then i learned to love my profession. They've motivated me to do good in every areas that i was assigned.

This issue " What's best for kids?" is a long time issue. Obviously, our mission as a teacher is to teach kids what's best for them.

But as the days passed, its not visible anymore..

Honestly, i am very active in school since elementary, high school, and in university..
I become a student leader and i was alwyas busy attending seminars an meeting for my school's sake and for my fellow students' sake..
I am working very hard as a leader and studying at the same time because i still have my responsibility as a student. I was overwhelmed at that time because of my responsibility. I felt so important because i was given a chance to speak out for my fellow students but one thing I realized, after working so hard and doing a lot of things for my school, THAT WAS ALL FAKED!!..

its a good thing if a student take part in planning ativities in school atleast, teachers, administrators, etc. will know whats best for them..

What I am pointing is..Let us not forget our mission...To TEACH STUDENT WHATS BEST FOR THEM...WHATEVER IT TAKES...COZ WHATEVER THE TEACHER TAUGHT THE STUDENT, I HAVE PROVEN THAT IT WILL REFLECT TO WHAT KIND OF LIFE THEY ARE GOING TO HAVE..AND WHAT KIND OF CITIZEN ARE THEY GOING TO BE IN THE FUTURE..

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