Are we letting the teachers putting the blame on bad parenting so they are not responsible for the children's education.
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To respond to your answer to my question. Do you have children? How was your educational process?
Mslabrown-Four sons all college educated. My education, as my wife was 45 to 60 children in a classroom with high expectations of discipline and achievement-
Okay that being established. Do you know of anyone who has difficulties in learning. Because if you were, I would hope that if your parents and you yourself expected your children to to the best of their ability and your parents expected the same. W
Mslabrown--You might what to reword your last post.
Okay, I was asking that do you know of anyone who has problems learning simple things as to reading well and understanding what they just read? I would like to think that being that your parents expected you to be academically capable of learning.
Mslabrown--Not all are equal, but with that considered there still must be an expectation for achievement, even at a reduced level. A child must feel wanted and important and must have/feel some level of purpose.
Mslabrown, I have taught many students w/ learning difficulties. They ARE teachable, and some of them have been my hardest workers, but others have been disruptive because of fear. It's my job to change the fear to curiosity.
Okay, yes but I have a student who is a LDS and a majority of his classes are co taught and I have on numerous occasions offer help with getting assistance with technology and my time to request that they send me something as what he's expected and m
Mslabrown - if your child has an IEP or 504, the school HAS to provide him with the accommodations/modifications in his learning plan! The teacher may not have a deep understanding of teaching LDS students. You may need to be mama bear on this!
Thank you for your comment DaisysJourney. I have been trying to get services for my son for a number of years prior to him entering middle school. He has been in positions where he was made to feel like a outsider and yes he did feel left out of the
This hurts my heart for your son. I wish you were in my school so I could join you as an advocate for your son's education. Please keep persevering, talk to his teachers and get Mama Bear aggressive if you have to!