Jessica Richardson

Stories from Jessica Richardson

Saturday, February 23rd, 2013
Throughout my time at The Regional School for the Deaf and Blind I have gained a reasonable amount of knowledge about the students that I work with. For instance, I have learned that every student is an individual with specific needs that need to be met overtime. Also, every child develops at his/her own pace, so trying to incorporate the No Child Left Behind Act into the curriculum becomes very complicated to do. In fact, teachers are subjected to give work to children who are still functioning below a kindergarten level, to satisfy parents with unrealistic hopes for their children.