“I Don’t Want To Listen Either”

Little Johnny was in kindergarten. There was a another boy in his class who wasn’t listening to the teacher.

The teacher said to the boy, “Since you don’t want to listen, you sit at that table by yourself.”

After a few minutes, Johnny raised his hand and said, “I don’t want to listen either. Can I sit with him?”

[forwarded by Steve Sanderson]

today’sTHOT============================

Marriage Advice: Being married is a lot like living in California … If you find a fault, don’t dwell on it!

Source: http://www.mikeysFunnies.com

Advertisements

About russtowne

My wife and I have been married since 1979. We have 3 adult children and 4 young grandsons. I manage a wealth management firm I founded in 2003. My Beloved is a Special Education teacher for Kindergartners and First Graders. I'm a published author of 23 books in a variety of genres for grownups and children. In addition to my family, friends, investing, and writing, my passions include reading, watching classic movies, experiencing waves crashing on rocky shores, hiking in ancient redwood forests, and enjoying our small redwood grove and fern garden.
This entry was posted in Children, Marriage and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

4 Responses to “I Don’t Want To Listen Either”

  1. 3D Eye says:

    A wonderful anecdote that raises so many issues about teaching and learning, passivity versus active learning, interest, engagement, motivation, etc. G

    • russtowne says:

      I agree that there is much that can be done to improve education systems. My Beloved is a Special Education teacher for Kindergartners in a public school district.
      I hear a lot of funny stories about what happens in the classroom. I don’t know anyone who works harder than her.

      Russ

      • 3D Eye says:

        I can’t imagine that anyone does work harder. In my experience working with the youngest age groups is certainly the most demanding and challenging area of education, but often the most rewarding in terms of job satisfaction. Working with children with special educational needs just adds a whole new dimension of difficulty, which needs the very best and the most committed teachers to do it well.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s