Communicating Across the Boundary of the Classroom – The F Cannot be Disguised!

Today I have the great privilege of posting over at Lessons from Teacher’s and Twits. I have followed Renée Schuls-Jacobson since early last fall and there are several things I love about Renée – one is her openness and sense of humor, the other is her ability to bring a community together on her blog. She generously shares her piece of the internet with others, so head on over to her blog to read and comment. I’ll be responding to comments there today!

The F could not be disguised. No matter how skilled my son was with the fine-point of a Sharpie, we could tell that it was not an A+ in English. If the pen smudge hadn’t given it away, then the comments would have: “Does not do his homework. Disorganized. Enthusiastic in class.”  Even though I had heard the comments before and knew they came from a drop-down list on a computer program, they still stung. Read more here….

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