ChrisDe: I thought black was a negative color?
steamingpile: Because everyone's a winner and gets a trophy!!!!Quit coddling kids, failure can make them stronger.
GoldSpider: Can we ban grades and just be done with this?
nunyadang: The snowfalking continues
vudukungfu: steamingpile: Because everyone's a winner and gets a trophy!!!!Quit coddling kids, failure can make them stronger.Actually, It does.
Cold_Sassy: vudukungfu: steamingpile: Because everyone's a winner and gets a trophy!!!!Quit coddling kids, failure can make them stronger.Actually, It does.Good for you mister.
Cold_Sassy: Good for you mister.
vudukungfu: Cold_Sassy: Good for you mister.You look like Jane Curtain./That's a good thing.
Cold_Sassy: vudukungfu: Cold_Sassy: Good for you mister.You look like Jane Curtain./That's a good thing.Why thank you, I'm blushing!/You've been a favorite of mine for a long time. Because you make me laugh. A lot.
ZAZ: Quick search on Fark finds:2003: PC school bans red pens to make pupils feel better2005: Teachers told to stop grading papers in stressful red ink. In related news, rejected TotalFark headlines to appear in kinder, gentler aquamarine2008: Government education study says using "aggressive" red pens to mark student's work could be harming the precious little snowflakes' psyches, suggest a hot pink or passionate mauve insteadAnd more I'm too lazy to copy.
thesbis: Back when I taught at a certain ACC school, we were given green pens for grading. This has been going on for about a decade, and is the result of actual research. When asked, my students replied: "Meh."
Sybarite: tells teachers to mark in green insteadGreen is not a creative color.
Chris Ween: I wish you both many manly children together.
socoloco: The importance of a bad education is that you can become a school board administrator.
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