|My History Teacher on Feb 03, 2016 @ 08:42 am|
My history teacher in high school was the best teacher I ever had and I am so sad that I didn"t tell him because he died a few years ago with cancer . He made history interesting nobody slept in his class he was not boring at all he would even reanact certain events in history , He was a big PBS fan always watching history shows and talking about it . And I would like to metion his name if he is watching me write this Thank you Mr McCorkill !
|. on Feb 03, 2016 @ 09:58 am|
One of my favorite teachers was in grade 8. he made learning and going to school fun.
|:) on Feb 03, 2016 @ 10:03 am|
The best teacher I ever had was my grade 10 Biology teacher, he was amazing,nobody ever failed his class,he would teach in such a way that everyone understood the material,he made the class fun and interesting and treated his students as equals ,never looking down or judging,unfortunately not to long after I graduated he died from a heart attack, I wish the world had more teachers like Mr Ernie Briggs
|best teacher on Feb 03, 2016 @ 10:24 am|
My favourite teacher was my grade 2 teacher. She was exciting and bubbly, always there for her students. Unfortunately she died ten years ago of cancer.
The worst teacher I had was my French teacher.
|Teachers on Feb 03, 2016 @ 10:48 am|
There were a few teachers that were great and some ... let's just say, not so much.
The teachers that made it the best was someone who honestly cared for his/her students and made the class fun and interesting. When I think back at my favourite teachers, I realize they put themselves in their students shoes and see what is "trending" and try to incorporate that into the studies.
As for "worst" teachers, I wouldn't like to define them as worst but they definitely had favourites in the classroom, which made me feel very uncomfortable.
|. on Feb 03, 2016 @ 11:32 pm|
You all have very inspiring stories when it comes to your favorite teachers. It really does make such a difference when a teacher cares and goes above and beyond their duty.
My favorite was my second grade teacher. She was so kind and funny too. She made learning exciting and something to look forward to and in those days, she was one of the few teachers at my school who really went above and beyond helping students with disabilities in the classroom. Unfortunately, she left that year and was transferred to another school. I never did hear news of her again, but would have loved to tell her how much she inspired me to become a teacher myself.
It's funny how the best and worst teachers are the ones that we remember most. The impact they had on our lives are lasting.
|. on Feb 03, 2016 @ 11:42 pm|
As for the worst teacher I had, it was a geography teacher in high school. He would basically just read the textbook to us and never answered any of our questions. He would also come into class stinking of cigarettes and lucky for me, I was in the front row to smell it all. I remember getting headaches very often after that class was over.