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As a teacher, it is a unique “baggage” of an idea is making the rounds on social media for her powerful message on middle school students’ mental health.
Professor Karen Loewe, of Collinsville, Okla., it is the education system for 22 years, but she said in August. The 22 “was probably one of the most important days they have ever had.
The language arts teacher, wrote the following in a Facebook post that she decided to try out a new activity, in her seventh-and eighth-grade classes.
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“I’ve tried to make a new work called” to The Left of the action.’ I asked the children what it means to be left, and they mostly said it was the hurtful things that you have to carry it on your shoulders,” she wrote in the post.
The language arts teacher, shared in a Facebook post that she decided to try out a new Left Activity ‘in her seventh-and eighth-grade classes with the opportunity to discuss the issues that have been heavy on students’ minds.
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Work area and then asked the students to anonymously write what was bothering them, and what was heavy on their hearts, which makes them a pain to do, etc., etc.” on a piece of paper and put it in the room for another student to pick up and read. After the paper was read, the student who wrote it was an opportunity to come forward and talk about it if they wanted to.
“I’m here to tell you that I have never been so moved to tears when some of these kids opened up and shared with the whole class,” she wrote.
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Loewe said that her students wrote about the feelings of “committing suicide, parents are in jail, drug abuse in their families, will be left behind by their parents, bereavement, cancer, the loss of a pet,” among other things, the issues, and that some students were crying during the reading of the paper, due to the heavy material.
“It was a very emotionally draining day, but I am confident that my children will have the right to be a little less, love a little more, forgive a little quicker,” she wrote.
“This bag hanging for my door, to remind them that we all have baggage,” she said. “We’ll leave it up to the front door. She said ” I told them, that they are not alone, they are loved, and we all have each other’s backs.”
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The teacher, who says she is “honoured” to have been in her class and has received a lot of praise on Facebook and other social media accounts for the tremendous impact they have made.
“You are, by far, one of the teachers who had the biggest impact on my life, just to see how much you love your job, and with the help of the people, and made me want to follow my dreams even more,” one person wrote.
“I love this so much, it brings me to tears! You are a great teacher, and it is just beautiful inside and out!!” in a different book.
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“Well, this is another reason why we love you so much. God has given us as a gift. Make a gift to reach and teach our young people,” one comment read.
Loewe’s post had received over 750K comments on Facebook as of Thursday afternoon.