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By Gustavo Ramirez, Guidance Counselor / Education Consultant

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By Gustavo Ramirez, Guidance Counselor / Education Consultant

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Final Article in the Series by Gustavo A.

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By Gustavo A. Ramirez, Guidance Counselor / Education Consultant - There are parallels between the urgent need for initiating changes in our Education System (schools) and the urgent need for initiating changes in the way we live today.

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By Gustavo A. Ramirez, Guidance Counselor / Education Consultant  -  Ancient Chinese wisdom reminds us that a journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step.

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By Gustavo A. Ramirez, Guidance Counselor / Education Consultant

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By Gustavo Ramirez, Guidance Counselor / Education Consultant   -   According to Maya time wisdom, we are this year completing a significant calendar cycle. Moreover, we have just held/completed National and Municipal elections throughout the entire country of Belize.

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By Gustavo Ramirez, Guidance Counselor / Education Consultant

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Ugly: Negative Behaviors in Schools  By Gustavo Ramirez, Guidance Counselor / Education Consultant

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Bad:  Classes that are boooooring By Gustavo Ramirez, Guidance Counselor / Education Consultant

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By Gustavo Ramirez, Guidance Counselor / Education Consultant

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By Gustavo Ramirez, Guidance Counselor / Education Consultant

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By Gustavo Ramirez, Guidance Counselor / Education Consultant  - Many teachers (and school administrators) spend far too much time “talking to” difficult students; they must think that the more attention they give difficult students, the better educators they are.

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By Gustavo Ramirez, Guidance Counselor / Education Consultant

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By Gustavo Ramirez, Guidance Counselor

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By Gustavo Ramirez, Guidance Counselor - What’s standing in the way of our creating the best possible Education Systems in Belize to prepare our children for tomorrow? We must want it first, and then work to create it!

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For Educators, Parents, and Everyone who cares about Education in Belize By Gustavo Ramirez, Guidance Counselor

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Should two or three ‘difficult’ students take up most of an educator’s time? On the days when these students are absent, or pulled from class, everything seems to go smoothly. Teaching is fun; everyone seems more relaxed -- no interruptions.  When they’re in class, though, they make a teacher want to pull his/her hair out.

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Almost everyone knows those very public cases of students who are gossiped about so openly by other students, teachers, and the community -- the student whose parents are alcoholics and who fight a lot, or the one whose drug dealing parent is no longer around.  But, there are many other students with their very own secrets!  Their deep secrets are hidden and locked away from everyone

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- By Gustavo Ramirez, Guidance CounselorAuthor's Note:These articles are in no way, whatsoever, intended to be comprehensive or complete.  They are written and contributed in an effort to provide a "starting point" for valuable (and intriguing) discussion. Why discuss/review students' learning capabilities and our current methods of trying to educate them? Educators, students, parents, and our community can learn from one another.  I have the greatest respect and admiration for all educators, especially in Belize!

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