''Does Spelling Count?'': Written by a Teacher for Everyone Because Everyone Was a Student at One Time or Another
Whether you?re a teacher, a parent, or attended school once in your life, you will be able to laugh and link up with these humorous, poignant, and unforgettable memories of a retired school teacher. Mrs. Fillip talks about what made her decide to become a teacher and the significant changes she experienced over the past thirty-four years. Besides teaching in a public and Catholic school, she had the unique opportunity to teach in an open classroom style school as well as a charter school. But the thrust of her book are the tales and anecdotes that involved her students. Mrs. Fillip is an innovative and creative teacher. Never was she afraid to take risks. Exciting labs, experiments, and classroom activities provided stimulating learning visuals the students never forgot. Read how Mrs. Fillip touched many students? lives and how they touched hers.
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