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message 1: by Kristi (new)

Kristi Boese | 20 comments Mr. P seems to have some guilt on his plate. How effective of a teacher/mentor/role model is he for his classes? By recognizing his faults, do you think he is working to be better?

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Sarah Sorenson | 20 comments At first I had a very bad impression of Mr. P but I think it took a lot of courage for him to encourage Arnold to leave the reservation. My respect for him grew when he admitted his faults and just because if wasn't for him Arnold would have stayed in a situation that he knew was hopeless for him to be in. I think as an educator we all need to take time for reflection because we may find ourselves in "ruts" similar to Mr. P's.

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Brenda | 31 comments I agree with Sarah, I didn't like him at first, but I thought it was great that he new the Arnold was better than what the reservation school could offer him, and also stronly encouraged Arold to leave the reservation for a better education.

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