WildFlowers: A Memoir Of An Inner City High School Teacher

* Read ^ WildFlowers: A Memoir Of An Inner City High School Teacher by Judy Fitch ò eBook or Kindle ePUB. WildFlowers: A Memoir Of An Inner City High School Teacher Curly Girl1 said Excellent, quick read!. I wish I would have found this book when I was starting my first year of teaching. The stories of the students and the insights are valuable.]

WildFlowers: A Memoir Of An Inner City High School Teacher

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Rating : 4.67 (531 Votes)
Asin : 149181375X
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 110 Pages
Publish Date : 2015-10-22
Language : English

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On his deathbed, her father had her promise to write this book. For years people have urged her to put her stories in print. This book was the result of wanting to share her stories and her knowledge with those who may want to pursue a teaching career and for those who have been, or who have had, a teacher. Born and raised in the Midwest, Judy enjoys spending time with her grandsons, family, and friends. . She works s a apart

For years people have urged her to put her stories in print. This book was the result of wanting to share her stories and her knowledge with those who may want to pursue a teaching career and for those who have been, or who have had, a teacher. . About the Author Born and raised in the Midwest, Judy enjoys spending time with her grandsons, family, and friends. She works s a aparttime receptionist for five female attourneys while maintaining her relaxing hobby as a nail tech for her friends. On his deathbed, her father had her p

Many came to school for food, hugs, love, and support. For many, violence and poverty were their facts of life. Most parents love their children, however, a mother at the age of fourteen, I believe, cannot offer what a mother at the age of thirty can offer. These wildflowers were born into this world just as sweet and innocent as every other child. My career involved love, baby showers, funerals, talent shows, proms, and courtroom appearances. My stories will make you laugh, cry, and cringe at the reality of the lives of our wildflowers. My gift was the uncanny ability to communicate with atrisk teenagers. Kids are kids, however, these kids needed me more than your average child of priviledge. I spoke their language. They loved me because I loved them. If reading my book helps just one teacher to help make a difference in just one wildflower's life, my promise to my father to write this book will have made it all worth while.. For years, I went to bed worrying about them and I awoke wondering what would happen each and every day to my wildflowers. Their surroundings dictated and directed their futures. Each day I thought how the situations in which these kids found themselves, was more often than not, the result of faulty parenting. As a senior high school t

Curly Girl1 said Excellent, quick read!. I wish I would have found this book when I was starting my first year of teaching. The stories of the students and the insights are valuable.

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