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Starting in September of 2011, this page will be dedicated to all teachers who persevere in learning to teach all children in their classrooms - including those who don't learn like the mainstream. We and all of our children thank you- our teachers- for the efforts that you make.

Continuous effort - not strength or intelligence - is the key to unlocking our potential.
Winston Churchill


Below is a list of teachers and and/or the schools that they represent that have completed our teacher's inservice. We thank those who help The Right to Learn in educating others about learning differences. If you are a teacher trying to make a difference and you would like to place your name and or school on our "Many Hands" list, please email me at mmmasko@therighttolearn.com. Parents may also request a teacher be placed on this list if they feel that teacher deserves the recognition of making a difference for all students. Thank you.

Jewel, the singer who is also dyslexic, sings her song "Hands" which is a good description of children with learning differences. Although the current system often insists that they are; these children have never been broken. Please learn more about our children as they need you to recognize that they don't need fixing as much as understanding. Take the time to become knowledgeble about all of the children in your classrooms and the different ways that they learn. Many teachers have told me that "I just didn't know" when they took the time to listen to what we had to say. Please listen to our message, as I would rather you then tell me that you already knew this information then to have more kids slip through the cracks because you "just didn't know."

   

      Hands”
          
Jewel

If I could tell the world just one thing
It would be that we’re all ok
And not to worry, because worry is wasteful
and useless in times like these
I won’t be made useless,
Or be idle with despair
I will gather myself around my faith
for light does the darkness most fear

My hands are small, I know
but they’re not yours, they are my own
but they’re not yours, they are my own
and I am never broken.

Poverty stole your golden shoes,
but it didn’t steal your laughter
And heartache came to visit me
but i knew it wasn’t ever after
We will fight, not out of spite
but someone must stand up for what’s right
’cause where there’s a man who has no voice,
there ours shall go singing

My hands are small, I know
but they’re not yours, they are my own
but they’re not yours, they are my own
and I am never broken.

In the end, only kindness matters
In the end, only kindness matters

I will get down on my knees, and I will pray
I will get down on my knees, and I will pray
I will get down on my knees, and I will pray

My hands are small, I know
but they’re not yours, they are my own
but they’re not yours, they are my own
and I am never broken.

My hands are small, i know
but they’re not yours, they are my own
but they’re not yours, they are my own
and I am never broken.
We are never broken.

We are God’s eyes
God’s hands
God’s mind
We are God’s eyes
God’s hands
God’s heart
We are God’s eyes
God’s hands
God’s eyes
God’s hands
We are God’s hands
God’s hands
We are God’s hands

To purchase this song or others by Jewel- visit www.jeweljk.com

 




 

 


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