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  • Gary Keitzman. Hands down. He was the shop teacher at my high school, and even after college he is still the best teacher I ever had.
  • Mr. Ferrell. He was one of the most cruel, heartless people I had ever come across in my life. He was a substitute teacher and I was only in his presence for one hour, but being there taught me that I would NEVER EVER want to be that horrible to anyone, and to never take my loved ones for granted. That is a lesson I take with me even to this day. If I get into an argument with someone I love I just remember Mr Ferrell, and that puts my anger in a totally different, more constructive direction.
  • My father, he taught me how to be a man and take care of my family. Math and spelling and history are wonderful, I am all for education, but the greatest lessons in life are not about those things, they are about how to conduct yourself, how to be a good person, and in my case how to be a good father and husband. These things that my father taught me by example are the greatest lessons I have ever learned.
  • I can think of so many. Everyone who was patient enough to repeat themselves until what they were trying to teach me finally made it past my learning disabilities and I learned something new.
  • I have. I've learned far more from my mistakes - many of them flagrant - than I have from anything or anyone else. If you consider this the cause and effect, action and reaction, of the universe; then, the universe/nature has been my greatest teacher.
  • My Latin teacher, he has always been a great man, and wise to boot.
  • Not a who, but a what...LIFE!
  • My third grade teacher Mr. Olsen, he taught all of us in class to never be afraid to ask questions no matter how dumb or stupid they might seem. Cause it is by asking questions and also by answering questions that you learn.
  • Mr. Spedden. going to that class was like going to a comedy show everyday.
  • Myself.Coz i make money for me.
  • Ms.Philda!! She is a great teacher!! She is like a mother and a friend for all of the students... She has sense of humor! I really like her, hope to be like her!!!
  • My English teacher...she inspired me to be a teacher. I still keep in touch with her whenever I need help :)
  • His name was Mr. Meany, honest! He knew kids, he was the best social teacher I've ever had and probably the best all around teacher I ever had. It was many years ago, I'll never forget him.
  • Mrs Bailey, she was my art teacher from '65-'69...she took me under her wing when I was going through some really unbearaable times; she had grey and orange hair swirled around on top of her head with wispy bits hanging down. I stayed in touch with her until a about 9 years ago when she either died or moved into a nursing home and I could not trace her. I think about her often....
  • My 8th grade literature teacher. At the beginning of every period, she made us write a short journal entry to spark our creativity. During this time she would normally play light background classical music. She also challenged us by making us analyze things like "The Dead" by James Joyce, and Rod Serling's original Twilight Zone episodes.
  • My 11th-grade English teacher at NYC's Stuyvesant High School was Frank McCourt, who went on to fame and fortune by writing Angela's Ashes, 'Tis, and Teacher Man - he was a wonderful teacher...
  • Most of my teachers didn't have great personalities,unfortunately. But nevertheless it didnt make me so pessimistic on teachers. however, my first grade teacher was the most remarkable teacher I have ever had. I was lucky to have a good teacher at that grade because the formative years have a deep impact on students and in many cases shape the future ahead of them.
  • Mrs . Marcam , six times in one night.
  • 11th and 12th grade IB biology teacher. we would always get him sidetracked. one simple question would turn into a big discussion. learned a lot from him. he's actually my friend on facebook too lol
  • tv... sad but true!
  • Emiko Tanaka - Ninjitsu Grande Master.
  • I had many good teachers some bad teachers a couple of horrible teachers and one or two teachers that were swine and snakes perading around in human skin. As for great teachers I had 4. But if i had to pick one it wouild probrobly be my middle school teaher named Mrs. Rodriguiz. I felt like she was the first teacher i ever had that saw the real me with my problems and helped me to change and to become the type of person i wanted to be and she knew i could be.
  • We had a teacher in grade 7 who taught maths & science. what was special about this was that all the dumb kids,including ,me all dumped into dumb maths which was group D maths class,all of us were struggling barely passing when we got Miss Sawyer,she taught maths in a new exciting way that propelled our marks from the bottom to the top D"s to A"s for 90% of the class,that was an eye opener,a truly gifted teacher,who made something so complex so easy,alot of us were eventually moved up into higher maths classes which was a disappointment to us
  • I had my best teacher in my last year of my masters. He was colombian, but he totally changed my way of teaching in university, and my idea about education. He started very easy, and everytime you made a little effort or correct answer he made a party. In time you felt sure and reasured. After the term you realized you learned a lot and so easilly. He is my beacon in teaching.
  • One of my Professors at University...very informative and helpful!!!
  • My manufacturing and tooling professor in college...he was great always helping every student and he even got a few of us jobs and scholarships.
  • Miss Grasuti! My grade 13 English teacher
  • the best teacher Ive ever had is experience, with out it you don't truly learn anything.
  • ms hyder, she made english fun for me and turned it into one of my fave subjects.

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