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  1. Volume 2 Month 6 Day 8 – Inspiring Values of Unforgettable Teachers


    All of us recall special teachers – people who not only taught us but inspired us in ways that changed our lives. William Arthur Ward once said, “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.”

    Here are five life-changing values inspired by unforgettable teachers.

    The Teachers I Will Always Remember…

    … Taught the Value of Learning and Knowledge

    They were enthusiastic about their subject. However, they gave more than knowledge. They showed how learning could enhance creativity, spark interests, and uncover talents. They instilled in students a curiosity to learn and an undying passion to keep learning.

    … Taught the Value of Respect
    They treated others with honor. They explained how kind words, and sometimes silence, could prevent hurtful confrontations and turn enemies into friends. They taught the value of respect for the community as well as the individual.

    … Taught the Value of Integrity
    They demonstrated empathy for those who were ill or suffering from personal loss. They would go the extra mile to offer support. Their ethics inspired students to live with courage and approach life with honesty, dignity, and self-worth.

    … Taught the Value of Responsibility
    They taught that personal actions have consequences and that the individual must be accountable for his or her choices. They emphasized that when people think others are to blame for problems, that very thought is the real problem. They taught that each student was ultimately responsible for his or her learning and its impact on their future.

    ... Taught the Value of Perseverance
    They taught that education continues until our last breath. They told stories about the hard times they had faced, and how God had often turned difficulties into blessings. They refused to let students quit after repeated failures. They demonstrated that “Faith is the assurance of things not yet seen.”

    Not all of these teachers taught in formal classrooms. Nor did they all have a formal education. Some of them are still teaching, and the education they provide is priceless. I believe that the greatest gifts we can give our children are the same kind of values these
    teachers demonstrate. Then our children can also become unforgettable teachers, sharing values that will inspire happiness and faith for future generations.

    by Steve Brunkhorst.


  2. Volume 2 Month 5 Day 30 : Useful Links

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