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Buy or borrow this book!» Read Reviews» Rate this product» Recommend to a friend Survival of the FittestAuthorKellermanPublisherRandom House, Inc.The Painted Wall and Other Strange TalesAdapted by Michael BedardHardcover, 120 pagesOctober 2003Selected by the Pennsylvania School Librarians Association as one of the PSLA YA Top Forty Fiction Titles 2003Arthur Dennis Williams Gallery 579-9331Featuring Arthur Dennis Williams.43 Hana Highway, Paia, HI 96779Whimsical Art, Posters, Art Prints, Artwork, Paintings Illustrations Cartoons for ChildrenCooney, BarbaraSitting-Duck Art Print,funny posters,printsFind Bedard, Michael at Amazon Tel: 0845 644 5334 : +44 (0)1273 747328Linda HarrisonAccording to your new findings, how many cases of Israeli rape were there in 1948?Re: Ah, but survival of the fittest is the point, I think!Posted by geek magnet on 10/26/04There does seem to be the attitude in some schools and schooldistricts that teaching is only for the strongest among us. Themark of an excellent teacher is his or her steel-rod toughness,his/her ability to take on superhuman tasks with ease and run fasterthan a speeding bullet. Indeed, this attitude is prevalent in thebusiness world (ever watch The Apprentice?) and it appears thisworship of toughness in teaching is another part of the plot behind NCLB to model education after the business world. Only thestrongest thrive. Hostile takeovers. Creative accounting. Thestrong shall rise to the top in the profession while the weak orsensitive fall away. We don't need them anyway---those teachers arefailures.And yet, we are supposedly trying to form a system under NCLB inwhich no child fails, but the teachers do. What kind of a crazyexample is that to put before our children? Children care about whathappens to the adults around them as well as themselves.Unfortunately this, to me, sounds a little like a personal teachingstyle kind of genocide. If there is NO ROOM for diversity of styleand ability in the workplace among the teachers then how can weaccomodate the diverse needs of all our students? We're on the roadto hypocrisy if we model education after Donald Trump's world. Notall of our students will ever make it to the top . Some willalways be bus drivers and not doctors and there is NOTHING wrongwith that! The world cannot function without bus drivers!I am lucky to be working for a district now that understands thatteachers need help in the form of aids and tutors for the children,not in terms of more of a workload and more supervisory personnelfor the teacher. They are not caught up in this trend to createsuperhumans in the classroom. They seem to really understand thatit takes a VILLAGE to raise a child---not just one person for 34kids 60 hours a week. And you know what? The kids are some of themost secure children I have ever met. They KNOW someone is alwayswatching out for them to see that they succeed. They don't wastetheir time trying to fake out the school or the teacher because theyknow someone in the chain of adults is going to get after them ifthey try any funny stuff.Kids need a lot of help these days. Life is zipping by, they seethousands of acts of serious violence on TV and in film by the timethey are 16, their family structure is frequently shaky---it's hardto be a kid in this crazy world. IMO, what our schools need is moreadults working with children, not more adults supervising the fewadults who are working with the children.OK. That's my speech for today.NotificationsSynopsisA young girl tells her friend about the traveling store her grandfather used to visit when he was a child. At the time her grandfather grew up, few people had cars, so the store would come to them--a pickup truck filled with wonderful things to buy (read more)Pokemon - New from case plush 8 inch MEOWTH on its bae! C 7.96Must our lives be in the hands of regimes we don't support? Why do we stand for a fourth Reich?Kristin DavisWitching Time 55.45Gloria StuartAuthor: Matthew Gollub84. Mrs. Chicken and the Hungry Crocodile

 

 

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