Brought to you by Watch4HD. Ron Clark, still relatively early in his career, leaves his stable life teaching at an elementary school in his suburban North Carolina hometown, the school where he is appreciated by both his fellow teachers and his students for his innovative teaching methods which results in raising test scores. Instead, he decides to look for a teaching job at a tough New York inner city school where he feels he can be more useful.
Craig Mcneil Explain the story in short The story tells about a teacher who leaves his stable life teaching at an elementary school in his suburban North Carolina hometown, the school where he is appreciated by both his fellow teachers and his students for his innovative teaching methods which results in raising test scores.
Instead, he decides to look for a teaching job at a tough New York inner city school where he feels he can be more useful. Clark is drawn to an unruly class of sixth graders, the same one the teacher who quit had taught.
He's told that these students are the worst in the school and test at the bottom in standardized test scores. Clark's students have difficult family lives.
One child is in foster care and gets abused by his foster parent. Another child is the de-facto mom to her younger siblings, as her mother works two jobs.
The children have bigger problems than not knowing grammar, and their problems may disturb more sensitive kids or kids who have been in similar situations. Clark just focus on the national exam and make the students from lowest class pass the exam.
The kids disobey Mr. Clark, vandalize his classroom, bully other kids, gamble, and bet on when Clark will quit. But the students eventually learn to treat Clark and themselves differently. In the class he tries to make the rule for his students.
He almost gives up because his students hard to arrange but Marissa give him spirits. So, he back to teach again. Then, the students begin to like him. One day he gets pneumonia but he decides to teach by video record.
Clark thinks he was failed but he remains optimistic about their chance. Clark takes his student to see The Phantom of the Opera. Then, his class become the best class and his students got a higher score than any other class in final examination and Mr. Clark was regarded by his student as their best teacher.
I mean, As a teacher we have to know the things above well and we not only oriented in high score and graduation of students. This will inform the way I think about teaching as I move forward because I wish to be an innovative educator, and I am always thinking about how my students will engage in certain materials.
Then, Ron Clark inspires us to be a creative teacher and give attention to our students. The teacher not only teach them but also has a role like second parents. They have to guide the students if they do something wrong and give them spirits when they about to give up and so on.
Their support and care is pretty important to make the students good in their school life. So, a condusive environmental is necessary for students.The Ron Clark Story In The Ron Clark Story, students are considered to be the bottom of the barrel.
Most of the students do not have a wonderful home life and it is reflected onto their school work. The Ron Clark Story The reason why Ron Clark leave North Carolina. Because New york public schools were in need for good and effective teacher to handle the students.
Rule 1. Sep 06, · A principal who was loved and adored by all told me she was leaving the profession because " I just can't deal with parents anymore; they are killing us.". THE RON CLARK STORY follows the inspiring tale of an energetic, creative and idealistic young teacher who leaves his small North Carolina hometown to teach in a New York City public school.
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Tell us if something is incorrect. The Ron Clark Story. May 05, · The Ron Clark Story (also known as The Triumph in Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, the UK, Sweden and the Philippines) is a television film, starring Matthew Perry, that premiered on TNT on Sunday, August 13,