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Teacher’s day October 12, 2009

Filed under: Uncategorized — princess-pro~not yet queen;)~ @ 12:50 pm

I believe that it’s very important celebrating the teacher’s day because teachers’job is more than demanding as not only do they have to teach students,but also they should motivate them and help them develop their behaviour!
Well, I’m a fifteen-year-old student and I’ve just entered high school. To be honest,at first,I was not that inspired by the teachers that came into our class…Nevertheless, I had the chance to meet my I.T. teacher.He’s a handsome young man that loves his job and this is the reason why we have a great time every time we have a class with him! Not only does he know everything about modern technology(something that frankly, most I.T. teachers ignore),but also he laughs when hearing a joke told by a student-he doesn’t do what other teachers do,meaning that they tell you off etc.He is authentic,too.He has some really innovative ideas and admittedly he’s the reason why I chose to have I.T. lessons in the first year of High School instead of phsychology or art. Although I haven’t known him so much, I really admire both the way he teaches and the way he treats students!And I vote him for being a good role model of a good teacher!


5 Responses to “Teacher’s day”

  1. GK Says:

    Hello young bloggers!!!

    Well teachers’ day is a very important day as it reminds us the high mental demands and responsibilities of such a ponderous duty. Not only do teachers constitute the foundation of our educational system but they are also integral members of our society. Their vital role to convey knowledge, the ambrosia of our mind and very soul, as well as to mould characters and personalities especialy in early ages highly considered.

    Teachers should inspire, intrigue and encourage students to dive in the wonderful world of knowledge so as to fulfill their aspirations. Needless to say that in order to achieve that teachers should be broad minded and always willing to accept contemporaries ideas. They have to update their knowledge as to keep up with new technologies as well as educational methods.

    On the other hand students should be always willing to study hard and follow their teachers’ beneficial instructions. If you want to broad your educational horizons you need to struggle and soon you will reap the rewards. The choice is yours and the results around the corner…

    In a nutshell a teacher should be a paragon of virtue and knowledge like your teacher Christina…:-)…so you have to listen to her…

    • princess-pro~not yet queen;)~ Says:

      what an interesting point of view:)thank you for commenting on our blog=)
      best wishes,
      ~princess-pro~not yet queen;)

      PS: don’t worry, we listen to our teacher Christina and her instructions are very useful! Bye bye!

  2. Paragon of virtue and knowledge speaking!!!

    Haha, bravo George, you have just got yourself the mark of 20 (out of 20, to be specific) !!! I will tell your university tutors that you deserve it!

    Getting more serious now, you were right to emphasize the importance of teachers as the corner stone of our educational system as well as the significance of the students who are willing to do their best in the sake of learning.

    I can’t complain, though; the ‘young bloggers’ maintaining this blog are conscientious students who are certain to succeed in their upcoming exams if they keep it that way.

    You, George, are the perfect example of a student who aimed high and steadily worked his way towards the ultimate aim, that being Cardiff university, one of the highest ranking universities worldwide. I am wishing the authors of this blog the same determination and great results as yours!

    Take care,

    • princess-pro~not yet queen;)~ Says:

      first of all thank you for the compliments ms Christina!and secondly…good job George!:)sb seems to be very proud of you:)

  3. I am proud of you all!!!

    ( and as she said that, a tear trickled down her cheek, hahaha!)

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