It was my first year of teaching Robotics to Alternative School Students. Would they have what it takes to compete against “regular” schools with students who seemingly excelled to the outside world?
My grad school success hung in the balance. Would the Professor I initially thought of an ass fail me? Or would I learn more about me that I thought I ever could?
I decided not to give up! I worked tediously on October’s assignment. I read and reread. I wrote and rewrote. I was determined to show Dr. D, the tyrant, that I was not a C student. I wanted to be at the top of the class. I knew my attention to detail would earn aContinue reading “Dear Friend in Asshole’s Disguise? Part 2”
I became a teacher to make a difference. But had I?