the teacher is the person who teaches us the way of spending life in a good manner. make us responsible for doing work in a orderly manner. so we get inspiration by our parents. peers, siblings. and also colleagues are involved in it. i am the person who impressed by all. sometimes to get the new ways of teaching by my students too.
when they like to say me about their views to impress.these are quite interesting.
Thank you Hamad, for your sharing. Primary teachers are the character builder of our life. They mold our life. Patience , Understanding each child, non- Confidence and leadership are some of their best qualities.Every one must have a influenced teacher in the primary clases.
From primary till master level many teachers influenced my life. Their affection, integrity, sense of homour, sincerity , knowledge and command on their subjects left impacts on my whole life. Now i m also a teacher and i try my best to acquire all these qualities of my teachers. Thanx to all my teachers. May god showers his blessing on them.
Teacher is a gift from Allmighty Allah on the surface of earth.the place of teacher in some one's life is play a very key role for the mental growth though every body have an individual diferences, its the teacher who understand that individual diferences of a student. teacher guide every individual upto his/her mental capacities,environmnet,mental ability,aptitude,interest,motivation level.its the teacher who shaped and mould the lives of students irrespective of creed ,cast, relegion,place. if we look upon the digital world on the globe we can seek learn alot of things from the machine we are calling computer is also a teacher who has influence on our lives. no doubt intel education comunity is palying a leading role for the educational development of students around the world.its my advice to all who still away from the comunity please join the intel education comunity to learn ,seek and try to implement what u learnt and transfer it to young students cos they are our future.
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Ms. Howell, my 5th grade teacher was the best. She was strict, but taught us so much. I remember the days when if you talked too much in class you had to write on these big sheets of paper--I will not talk in class. That's probably why I have such a good handwriting now (smile). I developed a love for history and research in her class, and I will always admire her.
I became a special education teacher over 25 years ago. I was inspired by the work of Anne Sullivan Macy, a teacher who unlocked doors to the world of knowledge for Helen Keller, a blind and hearing impaired student. Although I was never Miss Sullivan Macy's student, she had the most impact on my life. For more information on this remarkable woman and her student, Helen Keller, pick up a copy of "Beyond the Miracle Worker" by Kim E. Nielsen.
Occassionally, our busy minds combined with our busy lives makes it difficult to retrieve the memories that often shape who we are or better yet, who we become. However, without a doubt for me, I remember Mr. Robert Howe, my sixth grade teacher from P.S. #12 in Paterson, NJ. I will never forget him. Mr. Howe was a stern teacher - to everyone else. I was teacher's pet and I knew it! I remember how stern he was with the boys in our class and how careful he was with the girls. He NEVER let anything slide. He was upfront. He was purposeful and he actually taught each and every student in the class. On Friday afternoons, Mr. Howe became someone new. He would read from a book of poetry and plays with so much "motivation" and "intent" that our class was mesmerized. We rarely had an attendance problem but on Fridays we knew our class would have perfect attendance because Mr. Howe would take out his podium and begin to transform. 20 years later, he told me the name of the book and I purchased it and read every word again. It brought back soooo many memories. Memories of how Mr. Howe instilled pride, character, integrity, drive, compassion, perseverance, perspective, peace and harmony in all of his students.
Interestingly enough, EVERY person in that class went on to finish college. Perhaps that has nothing to do with Mr. Howe. Perhaps it does.