Tag Archives: teachers

The power of math can be exponential

When I was in elementary school, my parents made sure that I learned. They knew that all of my subjects were important, certainly. But I have special memories of discussing literature and history over the dinner table. They made sure … Continue reading

Posted in education and career, faith/courage/miracles/hope | Tagged , , , , , | 7 Comments

A Loving Tribute to Sir: My Teacher of a Lifetime

In my previous post ¬†https://believeanyway.wordpress.com/2012/10/14/do-you-repeatedly-make-the-same-discoveries-about-yourself/I wrote about my very cool pen and the consequence of losing it to my teacher. Out of the larger context, his actions sound unselfish and unfair. But this teacher was one for the ages. He … Continue reading

Posted in education and career | Tagged , , , , , | 4 Comments

A Tribute to My Teachers

I was talking to my mom yesterday. We were discussing how blessed I have been throughout my life to continually be exposed to and surrounded by inspirational, positive role models. God must have known how deeply I needed that to … Continue reading

Posted in Positive Thinking | Tagged , , , | 24 Comments

To Sir With Love: Favorite Classroom Teachers

With all of the hubub over public employee unions, our education system and whether teachers are overpaid or underpaid something important has been lost. So here is my question to ponder for today: Who were your favorite classroom teachers over … Continue reading

Posted in education and career | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments