Peggy Sia has some remarkable fifth grade moments. “One morning, as we were discussing the meaning of resilience, a student recalled something his coach said to the team during a practice. The things one chooses to do that others will not do today, will enable one to do the things that others cannot do tomorrow. Such powerful words coming from that of a 10-year-old.” Every day, they move her to rise before the sun, step out of her slumbering household, and into the hour-long commute to school. With her “Big 3” classroom tools, Peggy unleashes a class culture of empathy— one in which math problems and grammar lessons unfold with love at the center.
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