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Cathy Williams what a great way to learn sensitivity training, you literally got to experience it. I am not a former teacher but worked in group homes for developmentally disabled adults in NY and in NC. I personally would never have posted something like that but that’s probably my age ( 40’s) and experience. I don’t think this young teacher gave too much thought to posting and venting which is a shame for her and the student. The student and her mother have a right to be outraged and disappointed.

Before social media the teacher who stayed back would stewed over the situation … done her job … had a cleared head later in the day & likely learned something in the process to grow her maturity… instead she posted her “in the moment” thoughts 💭 … and in the moment she felt entitled & in the right because it was her feelings … reflection could have prevented this

 

 

 

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