Don’t judge what you don’t understand autism awareness shirt, crew neck sweatshirt
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
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Category: Autism awareness
Most of the kids in that particular audience will not have a choice and would have the most pressure from pushy parents wanting them to become doctors, dentists, engineers and Don’t judge what you don’t understand autism awareness shirt something that the parents can boast about to their community. Oh and don’t forget the need for double degrees which I have heard many Indian parents talk about in parents groups.
Don’t judge what you don’t understand autism awareness shirt
Well said. As a teacher I see this every year. As a child I was defined by my grades and the exams every year. I later learned that they were just the result of what I was expected to learn, nothing of my own potencial. I as a teacher, try not to define or even give exams. I point out instead, where the student has improved and where he can work more. Don’t judge what you don’t understand autism awareness shirt I must say, this has resulted in much better results and much happier students. A very important message. Too many times we compare our children to others and expect everyone to reach the same goals. We need to remember, our children are individuals and they need to reach for their stars.
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Schools pass or fail based on results in English, Maths, Science and History/geography. Due to league tables the focus has moved away from children and on to targets and results. Teachers don’t want to behave like this, but the government are forcing us to. Please write to.your MP, and ask to scrap league tables We see things identical: everybody is gifted, but differently! Sometimes it’s more to do with the parents; pride! For their selfish Ego. “My child is an Accountant, Doctor, an Engineer, Lawyer, etc.” ignoring the stress it brings on the children. (I will always remember and praise my father, RIP and God bless his soul!) he knew the potential of his children so chose the right direction (secondary schools) I was for the secretarial direction; a very very wise choice. My Brains were not University candidate, would have been a pure waste of time, talent, life. I did enjoy that/his choice! A different story (of my life) coming back to Nigeria!
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