Friday, 4 September 2015

Teachers deserve the best..everyday

TEACHER. A SIMPLE WORD THAT SIGNIFIES SO MUCH…

Every one needs a teacher- to learn, to be inspired, to be guided, to be mentored to walk the straight and narrow path of honesty, truth, integrity and hard work that always…always leads to success.

It is  Teacher’s day on the 5th of September and each one of you deserve to be made to feel important on this day. Feel proud to have chosen a profession in which so many children and parents look up to you as a role model. Be true to that expectation.

Be proud that you are a teacher in the early years, because after their parents it you that the child looks to for guidance, learning, nurturing and life skills. Being a teacher comes with a huge responsibility as you are not only touching the lives of children you are actually changing the lives of families, as you motivate parents and grandparents and help them understand the true meaning of learning and nurturing the child. You impact the community with the values, morals and social skills that you teach your students to imbibe.

Countries should be proud of their teachers, especially the early childhood teachers, as you are the ones that mold the next generation of voters. The babies, toddlers and children that you teach may not be making big decisions right now for the country or paying tax but with your nurturing and careful teaching they will grow up to become contributors to our economy and social structure.

You may be teaching in your class today, a child who can grow up to be the next Prime Minister or President not only of India but of any country in the world. It is a global world after all, so do your very best.

This child you teach right now may not remember you during his/her graduation or marriage or when he/she becomes a future successful contributor to society but it should still make you feel proud that it was an early childhood teacher who taught all the Presidents, Prime Ministers, Sportspeople, Movie Stars, Leaders and Visionaries to read, write, count, shake hands, have empathy and become the success that they are today.

I wish you all a Happy Teachers Day and today I give you a new inspiration for your role as a T.E.A.C.H.E.R
·         T- TALK to children to encourage language and personal, social, emotional development
·         E- ENCOURAGE children and motivate them always.
·         A- APPRECIATE them for their success every time.
·         C- CHEER them on to new achievements.
·         H- HEAR them when they talk, share their thought or complain to you.
·         E- EMPATHIZE with them and teach about empathy.
·         R- READ to them daily and you should read more about early childhood research everyday.

WISHING YOU ALL A HAPPY TEACHER’S DAY.
Swati Popat Vats
President- Podar Education Network

@swatipopat 

19 comments:

Rajesh Puri said...

Dear Madam,

Thanks for providing a new and comprehensive full-form of Teacher.

Ramola Menezes said...

I Ms.Ramola Menezes teacher at PJK Plus Vile Parle would like to thank you ma'am for sharing with us the importance of being a teacher. And I would also like to thank you ma'am for inspiring us and making us understand the role that we play in nurturing each and every child's life. Happy Teacher's Day to you too ma'am.

Tanvi Mody said...

I Ms Tanvi Mody teacher of PJK Plus Vile Parle would like to thank you ma'am for sharing this bolg with us and making us feel so important.

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Sonali Karmakar said...

Thank you Swati Maam for such a wonderful blog. Yes indeed we should be proud to be a pre primary teacher of a kindergarten and I am so very proud of it. It is a honourable job which gives me immense pleasure and satisfaction at the end of each day. I am happy connected with these innocent souls, moulding and nurturing them. I am very happy for choosing this profession and have absolutely no regrets. Love to be a part of the institution where every day is a learning experience. Thank you Ma'am for your guidance, It helps me grow each day.

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Sonali Karmakar said...

Thank you Swati Maam for such a wonderful blog. Yes indeed we should be proud to be a pre primary teacher of a kindergarten and I am so very proud of it. It is an honourable job which gives me immense pleasure and satisfaction at the end of each day. I am happy connected with these innocent souls, moulding and nurturing them. Very happy for choosing this profession and have absolutely no regrets. Love to be a part of the institution where every day is a learning experience. Thank you Ma'am for your guidance, I am growing each day.

Supervisor Apeksha said...

Thank you so much Ma'am for inspiring us everyday with something more than what we know. A teacher touches each life and so it is important that we are proud of being one. I feel very proud to be a teacher as I learn everyday from the little ones. Also, Thank you Ma'am for your encouragement and guidance throughout .
Happy Teacher's Day !

janice gomes said...

I Ms. Janice Gomes teacher at PJK Plus Vile Parle, thank you ma'am for your wishes. Thank you for inspiring and motivating us. I'm proud to be apart of Podar Jumbo Kids and working as teacher mentoring lives of our little ones. Wish you Ma'am a happy teacher's day.

Poonam Borade said...

I Ms. Poonam Borade teacher of PJK Plus Vile Parle thank you ma'am for sharing with us the importance of pre-primary teacher.

namrata singh said...

Thank you ma'am for sharing this wonderful full form of teacher.And the importance and role of teacher in our life.

Kalpita Bhirud said...

I Kalpita Bhirud teacher of PJK Plus Vile Parle thank you for sharing the new inspiration and teaching the role and importance of an early childhood teacher.

Rajul Nishar said...

I Rajul nishar a teacher from pjk plus vile parle would like to thank you for making us feel so important and making us understand the importance of a teacher in each one's life.

Sarina Oberoi said...

A very Happy Teachers day to the Best teacher in you that I have known.
Thank you for sharing the lovely article which explains the meaning of a teacher in its own name.

Rashmi Bhoyar said...

Thanks mam for sharing this article. You rightly mentioned the importance of the teachers to the society. It also encourage may to make career in education when I think that I am going to have contribution in kids development.
--PIE student
PJK wagholi, Pune

Rashmi Bhoyar said...

Thanks mam for sharing this article. You rightly mentioned the importance of the teachers to the society. It also encourage may to make career in education when I think that I am going to have contribution in kids development.
--PIE student
PJK wagholi, Pune

Suman Tiwari said...

Thanks ma'am for sharing such a wonderful thought and making all of us feel proud about our profession

Suman Tiwari said...

Thanks ma'am for sharing such a wonderful thought and making all of us feel proud about our profession

Smita Mutha said...

Thank you ma'am for sharing a wonderful taught and making teachers to feel proud of themselves and at same time reminding them of their respossibility.
PJK Wagholi