Interview with Teacher Jennie Fitzkee!

Everything that Jennie does is special. She just as this way of connecting with everyone. Always such a joy!

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INTERVIEW WITH TEACHER JENNIE FITZKEE!

Jennie Fitzkee

Please help me welcome teacher Jennie Fitzkee to Jemsbooks.blog Interview Segment. Jennie is the first teacher that I have had the pleasure to interview. Jennie is a lovely lady and an exceptional teacher of preschool. I happened upon her fabulous blog and have enjoyed reading about her classroom, students and what she has accomplished with these young children. She is utterly amazing.

Thanks so much, Janice.

My pleasure, Jennie. The stage is all yours.

1. What does a teacher need to do to be successful?
Pay attention to children.  The lesson being taught by you will only be meaningful if children are engaged and interested.  Does that mean the child is more important than the lesson?  Yes, it does.  Let me give you a few examples: A high school history teacher in upstate New York was beginning to teach about the…

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Karen DeMers Dowdall was born in West Hartford, Connecticut. She has lived in Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, and England. Karen has a PhD, MSN, BSN, RN in Nursing from Florida Atlantic University. “Books of every genre teach us about life, how we think, and view the world.

17 thoughts on “Interview with Teacher Jennie Fitzkee!

      1. Yes…my sister, with two master’s degrees in childhood education and special education worked as a special education teacher for 20 years in Florida and spent whatever salary she had on student needs. She even worked at Sunland for severely handicapped children for several years before they closed this facility. Heaven knows what happened to those beautiful babies. It breaks my heart, because I also worked there for a short time, before it closed. thank for caring too. Karen 🙂

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      2. I’m familiar with Sunland. My friend is a teacher and I can’t believe how little person support our teachers get here, so much responsibility and the policy has basically become the teacher is on her own to provide supplies and administration does not want to be involved with any issues. It’s a shame. These are our kids and our tax dollars going in the pocket of policy makers that are not working to better the system to keep high quality teachers.

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      3. You said it..and it is so true. Those people in state and federal government have a plan and that plan is to make pubic schooling a thing of the past, forcing families to find a way (I don’t know how) to get their kids into private schools. That is their plan, across the nation. Kavanaugh is one of them. Many have been groomed since the first year in college. Just like the Secretary of Education Betsy Devos said,”our schools aren’t making any money for the Government. So let’s vote them out of office come November!

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      4. Me too and I hope for a Blue Wave! I think they will because their lives are in the balance and I worry about our democracy with that unhinged man in the white house. I do not mean to be cruel, but he puts our lives in danger every day.

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