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As a 26 year K teacher veteran, I know I should not be so nervous about a change to TK for next year but for some reason, I am terrified. I am sure this sounds silly. But.... the developmental growth between young fives and the traditional K students is huge. I adore teaching reading and I know I will be missing this huge part of what has become so second nature to me. I guess I am just hoping to have someone tell me to breathe and it will be ok. Are there any teachers out there who has made the move and is so happy they did? So curious for feedback. Thank you in advance.
Nadine Hi, Paige - I've been teaching about as long as you have and considering how much K has changed in just the last ten years-- you may be going back to what K was Once Upon a Time ..... You'll still teach reading-- just the way you did Way Back When... The more I think about it -- the only thing about your upcoming change I don't envy is "young ...See More
Jan 23, 2015
myrose On 1/22/15, Paige wrote: > As a 26 year K teacher veteran, I know I should not be so > nervous about a change to TK for next year but for some > reason, I am terrified. I am sure this sounds silly. > But.... the developmental growth between young fives and > the traditional K students is huge. I adore teaching > reading and I know...See More
Jan 24, 2015


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