Philosophy

Gregg Landsman

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    Success comes from two things.  First, one has to know their limits.  Second, one has to be willing to surpass them.  The worst thing a student can do is stop believing that somewhere, somehow, there is a way to succeed in the classroom, in a career, or in general in life.

    The roll of the teacher is two-fold.  A teacher must use the tools necessary to allow a student to succeed.  A teacher must also believe a child can succeed.  A teacher can have all the technology in the world, all the methods and proven scores and ability.  If the teacher stops believing in the student, however, the entire process has been sabotaged.

That is my philosophy when it comes to education.  My roll in the classroom is not just the person who enables a student to succeed.  My role is to believe they can succeed.