I just finished my first semester teaching at Central Carolina. Now, keep in mind I have a special education and early childhood background. I’m not used to “big kids”. So, I studied my curriculum diligently and very carefully, (big kids ask more difficult questions). I also tried to stay prepared and be two steps ahead of the class in reading, projects, etc. Now, I was ready to impart from my infinite wisdom and experience to these eager, sponge-like minds. Visions of leading these students to a life in educational grandeur were very intoxicating. But, as the semester went on I suddenly realized I was the one who was doing most of the
Here are some of the lessons I learned…
“I thank my God every time I remember you. “(Philippians 1:3)
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