If I saw my child’s teacher had posted my child’s work on her facebook to make fun of it, I’d be pissed.
That said, if that was my child’s picture, I’d totally post it myself, as well as save it to show off on her wedding day
hellababe, those are exactly my thoughts. Yeah, I would’ve posted it myself for my own kid, but it’s highly inappropriate for a teacher to be posting a student’s artwork. I’d like to think she had parental permission, but I doubt it. This is right up there with teachers who post pictures of their students (or really, anyone posting pictures of anyone else without permission).
Really? An anonymous note? No clue to the identity of the child other than it’s an ESL student and a girl? Personally, don’t quite see the connection with putting actual pictures up of someone without their permission. As a parent, I’d have no problem with it, although I might be a little pissed that I hadn’t got there first.
While it is unethical to post a childs work without the parents permission, things like this always make me smile. As an early childhood teacher, a childs emergent literacy skills can sometimes be amusing. Often in Australia, “can’t” is spelled “cunt” by young children because of our pronounciation.
Just another thing for people to bitch at teachers for doing. Poor teachers are the most disrespected and mistreated professionals. Get over it. They have a really tough job dealing with your kids and their education!
And its not “making fun” of the kid. Im a teacher and stuff like this is freaking adorable!! When i get stuff like this from my students I show it or talk about it…and its not in a malicious “Holy shit this kid is stupid” kind of way…