True Life: I’m an Inclusion Teacher

What does your day look like as an elementary school teacher? Does it look like mine?
Please comment below and let me know!

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“Oh, how nice,” they say. “You teach elementary school! I bet you just have the best time!”

“They” must not have noticed the significant changes occurring in the education world over the last decade or so, but I sure have! I don’t actually think that most people have any idea at all what goes into the day of your average elementary education teacher.

So let me break it down for you.

But first, this note: my class is not homogenous at all. I have students who speak two languages, and not always fluently. I have students who have mild to moderate learning differences who leave my room for core study with a special education teacher. I have students with mild to moderate learning differences who stay in my room all day. I have students at all levels of the socioeconomic spectrum, with all types of family structures, and with literally…

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