Linda's Story (1)

 

Linda Wilson walked down the now empty corridor, hearing only the noise of her heels on the hard floor. A moment before, the corridor was filled with the noise of children carrying laden bags as they went to the exit doors and their way home. She had once forgotten to check the sickroom. Sometime later, after the buses had all gone a child emerged and had to be driven home. Linda’s Story

Over the years, she had learnt a great deal about teaching through watching teachers in the various classrooms that she was assigned. She could see the strengths in each teacher and would listen to the different ways they presented material to their students. When a teacher asked her to sit alongside of the child to help in a lesson, she had many ideas of what she could do and an understanding of the curriculum.

 

 off to school

Off to school

Linda's Story (3)

Linda could remember when her understanding began to change. It was like the coming of the dawn. She had gone down to her first class, with her arms laden with a pile of books, that she had volunteered to mark and to support the teacher.

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Linda's Story (4)

 

Linda could remember when her understanding began to change. It was like the coming of the dawn. She had gone down to her first class, with her arms laden with a pile of books, that she had volunteered to mark and to support the teacher.