Teachers shape our future.
Teaching is not considered a noble profession without a reason. A good teacher has the power to influence not one but many generations. All it takes is a good mentor to completely turn a person’s life around. In the past, we have seen many people who became successful in life just because they were under the tutelage of the right teachers.
Teachers know what steps to take in order to bring out the best in their students. And sometimes we don’t understand their plan; we don’t see the big picture. So, always remember whatever the teachers do, even if it may seem harsh for the moment, is for our own good.
To express love for our teachers, we have compiled the following posts where people admired their teachers for some of the best things they ever did!
Scroll on below and check it out.
Imagine entertaining and teaching at the same time.
OMG my HS friend teaches middle school in atl now and rapped about civil war over migos beat. bad and bougee = mad and losing.😍😍😍😍 pic.twitter.com/XhNqKS16Fc— josie duffy rice (@jduffyrice) March 13, 2017
Moments to live for!
omg this teacher gave a fake spelling test to his kids for april fools i was DYING at rolaskatox pic.twitter.com/pnk3GinMdO— tyler oakley (@tyleroakley) March 31, 2017
This is brilliant.
I’m in tears. She is so kind…
Undoubtedly one of the best moments.
While it is true that every teacher is different, their goals are, however, the same. Sometimes, we hate our teachers because we feel like they are mean to us or that they want to fail us on purpose. While that can be true in some cases, most of the time our judgement is askew because we are under the wrong impression.
Most teachers wouldn’t go that far, but she is clearly amazing!
So, humble and thoughtful.
What a wonderful human!
I wanna learn defence against the dark arts from him so bad…
It took me a second to realise what happened here.
Imagine having a teacher who treats you like her own kids. Day made!
Cold but necessary.
What a hilarious way to say no.
Do you have any stories of your teacher that you would like to share? Let us know in the comments below.