One doesn’t have to shed blood or offer his body to be burned just to become a hero. Touching lives and making a big difference is enough. Such are teachers.
Teaching is one of the toughest professions to deal with. Teachers toil and sweat in the classroom, but the efforts seem to be imprisoned by the high walls of the school. If there is any profession that is all encompassing, which involves imparting and impacting on young minds, continuing from where parents stop every week, discovering talents to be developed and showcased, it is the teaching profession.
Teachers are our substitute parents, modelers of young minds and the essence of truthfulness.
The teaching occupation, whether in the public or private schools is not all about the time duration of teaching, either forty or fifty minutes every period as the case may be or test the note- books of the students. Often the teacher is the one who determines that such and such students have talents for drawing or painting, making speeches, spelling, cooking, calculating, singing, acting and listening and much more goes ahead to spur these students to make the best of what they are blessed with. The teacher does not stop there, he goes ahead to enter such students for competitions with the consent of the school, and is also there to boost their confidence. You need to see the teacher when such students excel, he becomes a cheerleader.
Before continuing the role of teachers, I want to share the gratitude expressed by the students of Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes. They say our success stories are created just because of the teachers and the team who trained us in every up’s and down. With overwhelming happiness of their success they acknowledge that without our teachers, reaching the S of SUCCESS was not possible.
Further, I am sure you would agree that school is our second home, right? Within this portal, our unsung heroes who spend their time, effort and even money to make our educational journey worthwhile. Our teachers protect us, love us, care for us just like our parents. They change our whole world by providing a good learning environment and by teaching us the necessary skills to survive in the harsh world. Furthermore, they give their best to make us learn, putting their patience to the test, so long as we can finally learn to stand on our own feet. Moreover, during hard times they offer their shoulders and motivate us to achieve the goal in any situation.
Well, for me I believe teaching is the noblest profession. They are burdened with many things like personality development, molding young minds so that they become responsible and disciplined citizens of the world. Right from teaching the ABC’s to the more complicated lessons, teachers give their best by providing various exercises, projects, research, and tests. They are ideal role model of perfect citizen, moral and are a motivation for hard work.
I agree that teachers are vital part of our life, but the question is, did any one of you appreciate them for their deed? I doubt it. Nobody ever appreciates these unsung heroes. Hope after reading this article you will go and appreciate your teachers for their extraordinary work.
Thus, teachers should not be forgotten, but must be honored at all times. After all, without them where will you be now?
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