|Reviews for Teacher Vignettes|
| tuieri 7/7/08 . chapter 2
the kids will remember you, i think
| simpleplan13 11/12/05 . chapter 12
| simpleplan13 11/5/05 . chapter 11
nice job.. i took your friends quiz & i got a 30.. lol the worst so far!
| Nobody-n-Particular 10/10/05 . chapter 10
| THROUGHTHESEEYES 9/23/05 . chapter 10
I didn't realize...what's with the title?
| linaeve 9/22/05 . chapter 7
keep them away from the factory system indeed.
| Enki 7/26/05 . chapter 9
I don't usually read poetry, but I really like this work! :D The different thoughts all surrounding a main theme were interesting and well written, very good stuff
| Ephemeral Seraphim 7/24/05 . chapter 2
This was a wonderful poem that you've dedicated to about the learning experience, and I have to say that your poems have a wide kaleidoscope of both meaning and topics conveyed within their telling. The very first question that you pose in the very first line and stanza is a wonderful hook to lure your readers in...after all, how can order and learning exist together when both of them are completely different things. Order is too constraining, and when you organize something in what it's generally supposed to be, you're actually killing off any creative merit that it once had. Learning should be a more spontaneous experience, and you can't really put order into something like that. What schools don't teach student is the important things, like how to cope with life or about the learning process itself properly. The last stanza was a wonderful finish, and it was definitely a beautiful, poignant line. Your poems have wonderful meanings, and I think that many people can learn useful things off of this poem, especially about the learning process itself in this poem. Unschooling is a brilliant way to describe it, actually. Wonderful job on this one, as expected.
| Nobody-n-Particular 7/10/05 . chapter 9
Very motivating. Something to post on the fridge or frame on the wall so one looks at it everyday and finds a source of purpose.
| s m e l l . o f . r a i n 5/29/05 . chapter 6
(Princess-anna57’s Renga—Teacher)Nice. The points and ideas you've touched here are so true... Whcih amde me like this poem. The middle two stanzas really made me think. "How can you teach mind/When heart is feeling bitter" was demanding an answer and thought-provoking, as was "Smile for each person/So effortless to gift this/Wrapping up mind's joy".
Well done. )
| simpleplan13 5/29/05 . chapter 8
interesting.. nice job
| Nobody-n-Particular 5/26/05 . chapter 8
Splendid viewpoints. Inspiring.
| simpleplan13 5/26/05 . chapter 7
| white-clouds 5/26/05 . chapter 6
| white-clouds 5/26/05 . chapter 3
Wonderful story told here.