March 15, 2007
Flying Low said:
And I do think there is a tendency that a teacher’s work in the classroom is often ignored during grading exercises, unless we have failed to produce satisfactory results. In that case, our unsatisfactory results alone will overshadow all the other contributions we have made to the school. The question is why does this happen? Surely most people would agree that what we do in the classroom is of greatest importance and not how many carnivals we organised for the community.
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