In addition, I want her to learn to be a problem solver. She has to figure out how to make it work in a situation like that. I can’t always be there for her to make life easier. She has to assess the situation and come up with some solutions on her own. I am there for her to bounce ideas off of, but ultimately she is the one in the class week after week. Not me. She has had some really fantastic teachers over the past six years, and she has had some she didn’t quite gel with. It’s been frustrating at times, and it’s been rewarding to watch her grow through those experiences.