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Teacher makes quick impression on student

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Rasheeda Skinner engages her eighth-graders at Christ the Teacher, wants them to be critical thinkers

 

GLASGOW — Alexis Rabinovitch has been an eighth-grader at Christ the Teacher Catholic School for just a few months, but it didn’t take even that long for her to sing the praises of one of her teachers, Rasheeda Skinner, as deserving of special recognition.

“Mrs. Skinner is, without a doubt, one of the best teachers in Delaware,” Alexis wrote The Dialog. “She inspires all of us when she teaches us. … I consider myself blessed to have such an amazing teacher like her.” Read more »

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Teacher inspires Ursuline students — and feeling is mutual

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Dialog reporter

Brendan McGivney returns to Wilmington school he attended, imparting his love of English, writing

 

WILMINGTON — Brendan McGivney knew he wanted to be a teacher. It just took him a few years – and thousands of miles – to get there.

McGivney is in his second year as a full-time member of the faculty at Ursuline Academy in Wilmington, where he teaches English and social studies to eighth- through 10th-grade students. He feels right at home at the school, which is girls-only at the middle and high school levels. And, just as he was inspired by teachers in his past, he is now inspiring others, including sophomore Maureen “Reenie” Carroll. Read more »

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