Who is your favorite teacher and why?

Who is your favorite teacher and why?

There are so many teachers who put in a lot of effort on behalf of their students. One of my favourite teachers is Mr Leung, who teaches Chinese history at our school. He is a passionate and intelligent teacher, and he’s always willing to share his thoughts with us. He has also inspired me to be a more active student.

Why did you choose as a teacher?

One of the most common reasons to become a teacher is to make a difference in the lives of as many students as you can. Becoming a teacher lets you impart life lessons that they will never forget and puts you in a position to influence their decisions, behaviors, strengths, weaknesses and imaginations.

How do you say thank you to your favorite teacher?

I thank you for being such an amazing teacher and for all your great lessons. I feel so fortunate to have been placed in your class. You have amazed and inspired me daily and for that I am thankful because you are truly a wonderful teacher. As a teacher you gave me the tools I need to face my future.

How do you wish a teacher?

Wishing you joy and happiness, you are an amazing teacher, and you only deserve the best. You are the spark, the inspiration, the guide, the candle to my life. I am deeply thankful that you are my teacher. Books, sports, homework and knowledge, you are the pillar of our success and in the classroom, you are the best.

How do you show teachers that you appreciate them?

11 Wonderful Ways to Thank a Teacher for Being GREATThank a Teacher by Asking to Help. Thank a Teacher with a Hand-Drawn Picture. Show Gratitude to Teachers with Sweets. Give Them Something Cool for Their Class. Keep Your Teacher’s Energy Bolstered with a Coffee Gift Card. Tell Your Teacher What Your Child Loves About School.

How can I cheer up my teacher?

Your teacher may be going through a rough time at home. The best way to cheer a teacher up is to make a simple card or poem that lets her know you care. I love little gestures of love like that!

How can I make my teacher feel special?

1. Know, recognize, and engage with every teacher individuallyKnow, recognize, and engage with every teacher individually. Celebrate growth and achievement. Ask them for their ideas–and then listen. Be honest. Share their success outside the school. Team-build at an event. Leave thank you notes.

How can I make my teacher feel welcome?

6 Easy Ways to Welcome New Teachers and Support StaffTouch base a week before they start. When you’re interviewing and ultimately hiring someone for a job, you’re in constant communication. Block off 1:1 time on your calendar. Have a mentor or buddy system in place. Create welcome traditions. Get them involved. Ask for their feedback.

Do teachers like thank you letters?

Teachers don’t tend to get thank you notes very often so we mostly appreciate it when we do. If you are writing it because you are giving other teachers notes and don’t want to leave one out then don’t. Short answer: If it feels right, I hope you do so.