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Can you tell us about yourself? 

In middle school Seminary, Mississippi. I have been in bulldog country for about eight years of my 11 years of teaching.

Why did you start a career in education?


I started my teaching career education because I used to coach softball for young children and fell in love with the idea of teaching them, to throw a softball, to hit a ball. 


If I could have any other job, what would it be and why?

So I wanted to further my idea of teaching him. So I decided that I would just go back, just go back to school again and start teaching. So that's what I did and found out that that is my true calling.


How are kids different than they were 30 years ago?


30 years ago I was 25 years of age. And from what I can remember from then, and now is that students were more afraid of their consequences than they are now. It seems that students get away with more than what they used to or what was wrong back then, when it is okay for students now is causing them to have lesser morals 30 years ago.

How is teaching different than it was 30 years ago?

The way you're teaching is different. You had a lot with technology back then and what we do now say you really have to stay on top of them. Another thing, if my principal walked down the hallway with a paddle, you knew you'd better not be caught in the hallway. Now. It doesn't mean anything to students.


What would you tell someone who wants to become a teacher?

If I was to talk to someone about going into teaching, oh gosh, I would tell them to do it because they love teaching because they love kids because they want to help someone not to do it for the money and not to do it for the time off, because that's not what it's about. You have to have patience. You're not just a teacher. You're a, you're a mama, you're a nurse or a counselor. Sometimes you have to be that buddy. It just depends on the kid.

What would you change to help kids learn better?

Every day I ask myself the question that you asked me, what could I do to change, to help my students learn better? I don't know of a teacher that does not ask that question, but one thing that I, if I had the opportunity to do something, I would make smaller classes because to me, I have a class of 25 every, every hour and 10 minutes they change. And if I was to be able to do something, I will make smaller classes, not class time, as long as students, because you don't have the time to get your diet in water Mormon. They need to know the teacher they are doing to trust the teacher. The teacher needs to know how they were. I would have more cooperatively on one on one with my students. Thanks.

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