Importance of your job search!

Written by Paul Debognies

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10 Reasons to Appreciate Teachers

Written by Susan Dunn, MA Psychology, Emotional Intelligence Coach

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6. Mrs. Wilson, my fourth grade teacher.

Got me intorepparttar creative world. Coming from a household that was intellectual and didn't encourage creative work, I was a budding but un-acknowledged artist. Mrs. Wilson put one of my drawings onrepparttar 109370 cover ofrepparttar 109371 school newsletter. I was neverrepparttar 109372 same after that.

7. Miss Adams, my first grade teacher.

She showed me how much I loved to teach. I was assigned to teachrepparttar 109373 new girl, Janie Lambert, how to read. I've been teaching (and loving it) ever since.

8. Mrs. Sledge, my piano teacher.

She taught me discipline. I started, with great excitement atrepparttar 109374 age of 6 and learned I could learn something very hard if I would just stick with it. She taught character along with piano. I stood up tall when I walked in for my lessons (and when I walked out)! 9. Mr. Framingham, high school English teacher, who supervised my student teaching.

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He, and allrepparttar 109381 other great teachers I've had, lit a fire under me, igniting a lifetime love of learning. I hope youve had some too! If so, pass it on.

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