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Hon Chau

A Teacher is one who inspires

Director at On-Sabbatical

How many of us have had teachers who had made a difference in our lives? Could you still remember them and would you share some of these experiences?

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  • May 22, 2012
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  • Abir J.

    Abir

    Abir J.

    Lecturer of English - Qatar University

    Thank you for the great topic. One of the best instructors I have ever had offered individualized instruction. Although he addressed the whole class, I felt as if he tailored his delivery to reach every single student in the class. I remember some other teachers for their passion about their subjects and taking interest in me as an individual. Some of them helped me identify areas of strengths and gave me advice regarding postgraduate studies.

  • Leah D.

    Leah

    Leah D.

    Author, Kelly Bear Resources, Past Instructor, Auburn University, teacher, counselor, mental health professional

    Top Contributor

    The following was taken from the article, "What Will Your Students Remember?"

    "Here are what adults are saying about their favorite teachers.
    My teacher...
    …got us involved in fascinating discussions.”
    …read exciting books to us.”
    …gave us an opportunity to choose our projects.”
    …took us to see a play.”
    …played a dulcimer for us.”
    …let us choose a famous person to research and impersonate.”
    …had the class make cards for my dad who was serving in the Army.”
    …asked about my mom who was in the hospital.”
    …comforted me when I was sad.”
    …let me help her after school.”
    …wrote ‘fantastic’ on some of my papers.”
    …never gave up on me.”
    …made me feel that I mattered.”
    Click here: http://www.kellybear.com/TeacherArticles/TeacherTip70.html to view the rest of the article.

  • Hon Chau L.

    Hon Chau

    Hon Chau L.

    Director at On-Sabbatical

    For me, the teachers did many wonders - but a very simple gesture, more than 40 years ago left a lasting impression - she (teacher) took us out for high tea - it was my very first slice of Apple Pie and I could almost still taste it today ... (those were the days, early 1970s, when times were tough, ... if you know what I mean, LOL ...)

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