World Teachers’ Day – Who Was Your Most Inspiring Teacher?
Teachers’ Day – Who Was Your Most Inspiring Teacher?
1994,World Teacher’s Day is celebrated
on 5th October,every
year. The purpose of celebrating this day is to support teachers and to ensure
that they will continue to meet the requirements of the future generation. As
per UNESCO,World Teachers’ Daysignifies a noteworthy token of the
understanding, awareness, and appreciation displayed for the crucial
contributions of teachers in the field of development and education.
parents, teachers are the one who shape your personality and teach you all good
and bad of life. No matter where you are from, what qualities you have; they
never discriminate their students and bestow them with equal knowledge so that
students will climb the ladder of success effortlessly. I truly believe that
the influence of a good teacher can never be erased. What I am today is because
of my teachers who have worked hard to guide me.
am an introvert by nature. Interacting with fellow students and making friends
was never my hobby. I like to observe things first before giving any reaction
to them. You can imagine how difficult it was for me to get queries resolved. I
remembered clearly, there were only one or two occasions when I actually
managed to get up and ask for an answer to my problem. I was scared to face the
world. I aspired to give at least one stage performance, but my stage fear
never lets me do the same.
I was struggling hard in 6th standard, a new class teacher was appointed for
the first meeting, she appeared as any other teacher. With time, her patience,
her kindness, her incredible skills to make the things easy to understand and
learn, attracted me towards her. I have never enjoyed learning as much I did in
can still remember her face and name. Her name: Malini Das. She taught us
English. Though I was not good at English, her presence and teaching skills got
me hooked to her class.
remember, one of those precious moments, when I learned a lesson of life. She
called me to the staff room and asked to enter my name in a group song
performance. I was excited inside but I was too conscious about what people
thought of me. Will I be able to perform well? And there was the stage fear.
The decision was too hard for me to take.