How was that in a letter, as Birgitte Forest Sandens 14-year-old daughter Karla recently had with the home from his school in the Danish town aabybro.
Karla and her classmates, that goes in the eighth grade, had the same day been the character for the first time. Grades, as they - with the help of their parents - be able to check on the forældreintraet Aula.
Before the students went home from school that day - excited and nervous over having home and check out the characters - they were however asked to come up past their teachers and say goodbye, because they had a letter to them all.
"It's not often that you get a physical letter in your hand, so she was a little concerned about what was in it," says Birgitte Forest Sandens to B. T.
Fortunately, it turned out that there was nothing to be concerned about.
the Letter was in fact a praise to Karla and her classmates. A reminder that they are much more than a number.
'These grades do not show how special and unique you are. These grades do not show that you are a good friend, or that you are good at taking care of your sibling,' stood among other things in the letter.
in Addition to the letter confirmed Birgitte Forest Corps in that her daughter's teachers is skillful to see their students for who they are, with the various forces, they have, gave it the her also food for thought.
"the Teachers expressed that they had seen the whole of the pupil, and it did really much for me as a mother, because I think that character can fill too much," says Birgitte Forest Corps, and adds:
"I think that præstationssamfundet can be really devastating for our children, but with this letter, I think Karla feels seen and done more than a number."
To all the children in karla's class got the same letter, do not make any difference for Birgitte Forest Corps. In fact she appears, it is completely irrelevant. Instead, she wants to thank their daughter's teachers to tell children that they as people - with the personality they have - makes a difference for others.the 3,500 shares on Facebook.
Birgitte Forest Corps tells B. T. that she has chosen to share the letter on his Facebook profile, because she has teachers in her network, which she hopes will be able to be inspired.
However, it suggests that it is not only teachers, have the benefit and joy of the spread. At the time of writing it's been shared nearly 3,500 times.
In the comments of tipping it in with positive comments from Facebook users, who are impressed with karla's teachers ' efforts.
'Where is the dog just amazing the two teachers. Several of them,' is there one who writes, while another writes: 'Who had just had such a teacher! This is amazing and shows why the characters are so bland.'Updated Date: 28 November 2019, 09:00