The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires! How would you derive inspiration from your Teacher ?

69 thoughts on “The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires! How would you derive inspiration from your Teacher ?

  1. Yes, I have had a teacher that has inspired me before. It was my middle school social studies teacher. When ever someone was down or a problem was going on, he would stop class just to give a little speech. He really inspired me because he was teaching us how to stand up for ourselves, and just about life. I could tell he cared a lot about the students, his job, and what we all become.

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  2. My first year of high school I met a teacher who turned out to be one of the greatest. Mrs. H is her name and she and she would go to the moon and back for you. Her dedication to her job and students really make her stand out. She and I have a special connection since we both are from the same state yet different than the one we are in now. I think that my classmates do inspire teachers in different ways.

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  3. I have been inspired by teachers, coaches and parents. Also I think that teacers get inspired by students because They learn more thing and students will learn more.

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  4. In seventh grade my old science teacher Ms.Vhisdak told me that I was one of the best students she had. So told me that I would make a great scientist in any subject because I was able to follow directions when she gave us an activity, and I was able to understand and remember anything I read right away.

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  5. A teacher has inspiring in 8th grade went she told me that I can be the best thing ,I can be, all i have to do is work hard. It’s mostly the way the teacher interact with students that affected me I don’t know how to describe it, but it’s the way the teacher give’s advice to her students. No I don’t think any of my classmates have inspired a teacher,because i think a teacher as had more experience with living or has had more live , then a student has had.

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  6. my peer leadership teacher has inspired me, even though it may seem like commonsense to treat others with respect and so on, i’ve never really noticed how many people are targeted and torn down everyday until he really opened my eyes.

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  7. I think the last time a teacher inspired me i was in the 9th grade only. My computer teacher Ms.Natasha inspired me to keep writing because I was a great writer. I’m not sure if i inspired a teacher. I mean I was always in trouble. How will inspire a teacher if i’m a kid thats always in trouble.

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  8. My 10th grade math teacher has inspired me. Before 10th grade math was been a struggle for me, she has made study books, and always asks if I need help. The way that she teachers her class seems to click with me and I understand the topics more than I ever had. She is always there for her students not just with math but in life, you can tell she does what she loves. My teacher always congratulates you when you get a good grade on a test or quiz and always makes you feel good about yourself.

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  9. The time when a teacher inspired me was when i was in the 5th grade. Two kids had a fight and my teacher broke it up and also calmed the kids down. After my teacher did that the kids became friends again. But she inspired me because she show me and the rest of my classmates that she was a good teacher.

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  10. I do think me and my classmates inspire our teachers. Like when we have problems and we settle them by ourselves. Or like if we do things that they have never seen before ,they might want to try it. There for we inspire our teachers.

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  11. In the eight grade I had a teacher who inspired me to be my self. If it wqasent for her i wouldent be in highschool. Her name was Mr. Dibakar i used to be a bad kid cutting class but then one day i had a meeting with he and he told me i m a great student and your friends are bringing you down . If you want to pass you have to leave them and so i did and i passed

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  12. Although I have had several teachers inspire me over the years, my school yearbook adviser, Mrs, Natasha, stands out from the rest. During the year that I was a student in her classroom, she inspired me to not only excel in my editor positions on staff, but to look beyond my insecurities and to embrace my positive qualities.

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  13. We genuinely like the teachers who smile, who can do the voices in books without feeling embarrassed and can hear one of those innuendos that we find hysterical and not tell us off for being teenagers. We know you’re not here to be our friend, but some sort of relationship is important.

    A balance is crucial, however: the teachers who try too hard to “have a laugh” run the risk of students students taking advantage to the point where there’s no going back.

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  14. Teachers may be expected to write pages of feedback, but if you want to improve your students’ self-esteem and encourage them to further their thinking, but it’s the verbal feedback that really sinks in. It can be as simple as “You’ve got it”, “Spot on” or “Absolutely” – it could just be an enthusiastic nod and a proud glint in your eye. It sounds simple, but being told that you’ve achieved something means the world.

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  15. I’m not sure that the perfect teacher exists, but the incredible teachers I’ve had aren’t the ones who never make mistakes, they’re the ones who never give up on me and have taught me that I should never give up on myself.

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  16. I appreciate there not being a paywall: it is more democratic for the media to be available for all and not a commodity to be purchased by a few. I’m happy to make a contribution so others with less means still have access to information.
    Thomasine F-R.

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  17. Beginning student teachers have already acquired very definite views about teaching science before they begin their teacher training course. These views are generally similar to the views espoused by science educators, but are contrary to the classroom practices of many teachers. Their views seem to have origins in what the students perceive to have been meaningful and enjoyable learning experiences for themselves in their own schooling; and to a lesser extent for children they have observed. Female students who have studied more science at high school tend to favour the use of worksheets in experimental work.

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