SOL: Why I Teach

Data is the driving force in choosing students for groups. Lots of numbers!

Collaboration with teachers ensures the programming is supportive. Lots of lunches!

Plans are executed with fidelity. Lots of reflection!

At the end of the day, what matters most is students! Lots of stories!

Ready to learn...

Ready to learn…

One laugh ...

One story …

Laugh 2 ...

An add on …

Sharing stories ...

Reflective story …

The reason for teaching ...

The reason for teaching …

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6 Responses to SOL: Why I Teach

  1. Linda Baie says:

    Mary Helen, this is just priceless! Thank you for making sure we know a picture is worth a thousand words!

  2. Lots of learning! I LOVE the images. Yes, that’s why I teach too.

  3. Oh those faces engaged in learning…gets me every time,too!

  4. elsie says:

    These boys are lucky to be sitting at your table. This is the table where children learn the joy of learning.

  5. Tam says:

    Love the layout of words and pictures. Sometimes just simplicity says it all.

  6. macrush53 says:

    MaryHelen, how lovely. How were you able to capture these faces with out them being goofs? Priceless.

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