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I hope to become a better teacher. I love teaching.
I worked as a secretary, a waitress and a dance teacher - all in high school.
I'm very involved with kids because after being a teacher for seven years, I just can't stop loving the kids. I am a teacher forever.
I had a great drama teacher in high school, and that's when I started to learn about the history of theater.
But I was going to be a teacher my entire life, so I wasn't counting on money to much.
I think if I hadn't been a writer, I'd have been a teacher like my dad. He was a college professor, and one of my greatest regrets is that he passed away before I was able to prove to him that I wasn't going to be stuck working at Rax Roast Beef for the rest of my life!
When I was in the first grade I was afraid of the teacher and had a miserable time in the reading circle, a difficulty that was overcome by the loving patience of my second grade teacher. Even though I could read, I refused to do so.
I remember a moment when the Prince went back to his old school, Grammar School in Melbourne, and slightly to his horror his old music teacher produced a cello.
My father still is a lawyer, and my mom was a teacher and then later a career counselor.
I had a science teacher in middle school who inspired me... simply because she acknowledged me and made me feel that what I had to offer was worthy.
Marcia Gay Harden
Remember when you were in school and the teacher would put a picture under an overhead projector so you could see it on the wall? God, I loved that. Tellya the truth, I used to look at that beam of light and think it was God.
I was on Oprah's show recently talking about the people who impacted me the most. One was a teacher and one was my soccer coach. I didn't even go into my family, who had the most influence.
I'm really not a celebrity; I'm just a teacher.
There is no recipe to be a great teacher, that's what is unique about them.
The second, and I think this is the much more overt and I think it is the main cause, I have been increasingly demonstrating or trying to demonstrate that every possible stance a critic, a scholar, a teacher can take towards a poem is itself inevitably and necessarily poetic.
Mike Watt and I had the same teacher. Mr. Tanaka.
Mary and Jesus had this extraordinary relationship between them. What a teacher Mary is, really. It is the ultimate trusting; that she had to trust God, that she was so privileged to be the mother of the Savior, that she had to stand there as a mother and watch her son being murdered and trust that that is what he came to do.
Ironically, for a few million people in the Far East, I did become an English teacher through my music.
No matter how much you like your local school teacher, he or she is a government agent.
I'm a goody-goody. I'm the person who sits in the back row, makes fun of the teacher, and secretly does the extra-credit work.
Parents can shape a child, but a great teacher can, too.
As a teacher, my strategy is to encourage questioning. I'm the least authoritarian professor you'll ever meet.
I could never have a better teacher in those days than my father.
I want to be involved with young people in some way. Teenagers. Because that's the most vulnerable time. I have a fantasy of becoming a teacher one day.
My duty as a teacher is to train, educate future programmers.
When I left Europe in 1987 I did so with the thought that my relevance as a composition teacher would benefit from a certain cool distance to certain tendencies I had been observing for several years with increasing disquiet.
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