To this day, whenever I need to divide by 3, 4, or 6, I run through times table songs that my dad taught me in 4th grade. He came into my 4th grade class in 1994 and taught my friends these songs and many of them still use them as well.
Silence is something that I have seldom experienced in Cofradia.
Every so often two cows and I pass each other on the walk home from school. Now normally the owner is in between these two cows talking to them and somehow guiding them in the right direction simply by using his voice.
One of the things BECA teachers are required to do is go on home visits. Home visits are a great way to get to know your students, their family, and often times for a “problem child”, they are a great way to see why your students are the way they are.
As part of the 8th grade “civica” class the students are required to do a community service project. This year’s class did a clothing drive and got donations of bags and bags of used clothing. They needed an extra chaperone today to go with them to deliver the clothes to a school “on the other side of the river.”