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"Revolving doors" in life, and in the education system

Life is how a person conducts themselves in all of their choices. It is true that there are many who say that "fate is pre-determined", but still one must consent, and it is a person’s route that will ultimately determine the place that he will reach. And what happens after we have chosen? A lot of people are nevertheless stuck for a long time in a place of feeling "if only I had chosen differently . . ." and that

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Is the boy drawing you? He is actually drawing himself

About drawings and Purim It is not new that children convey messages through the drawing that they draw. Why? This is the language with which they choose to communicate with their surroundings. From these drawings, we can learn a lot about the child's emotional world, about his body image, the place where he perceives himself to be within society and more. Thus, during the course of his life, the child learns to express himself in drawing as he develops, and

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Attention Deficit Disorder Again ?

Once again, the child is restless: he’s all over the place, sitting down and getting up. In class the teacher complains about him and it even seems as if he is fed up with himself. And once again the question arises: What will happen to this child? This time, we will talk about "Attention Deficit Disorder". ADHD is now considered to be one of the most common social disorders, and it has repercussions on the emotional, behavioral and academic future

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I chose to be a teacher

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I chose to be a teacher, and this is the best but also the hardest choice I ever made. Why? Teaching is not a profession where you go to work in the morning, go home in the afternoon, and continue your day as if nothing happened – where you can simply disengage. No teacher ever disengages. It's not about time or place or the type of neighborhood and the right season. It is also not related to the school where

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My Dear Student – A teacher's letter to her student

I see you in class, even when you're sitting in the back hiding with your cellphone, sending another desperate message to your unforgettable love. I also see you during breaks when you choose your friends with tweezers and don't let them hurt you. I see your friends around you, and the girls waiting for a drop of attention from you, if even for a moment. I also hear you talk. I hear your language, your changing tone of voice and

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The two banks of the river – relations between parents and teachers

So, who actually educates our children? The natural and obvious answer is that parents educate their children from birth to adulthood. Parents are the ones who decide if they want to exercise their right to give birth to children, and they must take full responsibility for it, for better or worse. However, when children enter the school framework, the subject of "responsibility," it turns out, has a somewhat different meaning for some parents. The teacher in the classroom, who bears

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"I'm never in my life going to be able to get a matriculation certificate."

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Thus, Shani (not her real name) began her first day of high school. "I'm never in my life going to be able to get a matriculation certificate." This was the first sentence she said when she came to me on the first day of high school. Alongside great excitement, the greater fear of failure in the final and the most decisive stage of high school existed. Teachers in her classes set their conditions for success in matriculation, and she, in

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Changes in my life – I left army service and move on to teaching at the age of 33

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When I was little, I used to arrange the dolls on the bed and tell them stories. Yes, I dreamt of becoming a teacher already in early childhood; but not just any teacher, one who guides and directs her students. I was a very good student at school and really loved to learn, although it was sometimes difficult. I grew up, and at the age of 18, the dream dissipated and the reality of life intruded, and I realized on

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Dana (not her real name) cannot read!! (Grade 2 – true story!)

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Dana, (not her real name), a second grader, came to me for private remedial lessons in February because the teachers and the parents claimed she had reading comprehension problems. Of course, her parents' first question was "How many lessons will she need to understand what she reads?" I explained to them that I still do not know the student, and would update them after one or two lessons. I began the lesson with Dana, a lovely child, slightly embarrassed, but

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Remedial education in Mathematics

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Mathematics, why do I need it?? Many of us ask ourselves why do I need to learn math. What will I do with it in life? Have you ever seen anyone use a parabola at the grocery store?? Well, this question is asked by many especially our precious children who come to school every day. If you look, it seems that mathematics belongs to every area of ​​our lives, from a simple calculation of the cost of groceries in the

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