Best 266 of Teachers quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 19 Sep

Anonymous

There are two types of teachers. The ones who teach you to use the text to find answers, and the ones who teach you to use the text to find another whole world of answers.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

Neither parents nor schools are very effective at teaching the young to find pleasure in the right things. Adults, themselves often deluded by infatuation with fatuous models, conspire in the deception. They make serious tasks seem dull and hard, and frivolous ones exciting and easy. Schools generally fial to teach how exciting, how mesmerizingly beautiful science or mathematics can be; they teach the routine of literature or history rather than the adventure.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Education enables the humans to achieve their fullest mental and physical potential in both personal and social life.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Matthew Dicks

There are two types of teachers in the world: there are those who play school and teachers that teach school

By Anonym 20 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

With great inspiration, every man can reach their highest potential.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

Every individual must be given the opportunity to unearth his/her highest potential.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Mehmet Murat Ildan

Many books mean many teachers; many teachers mean many paths and many paths mean many wisdom and many wisdom mean many lives! Yes, with wisdom you live not one life but many lives!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Amy Joy

I always knew the teachers were out to get me.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Gerry Abbey

I looked out again at the rising moon and I let the weight of my day, my week, lift away with the rushing wind as I was blown into the depths of myself.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Virginia Mae Axline

What are the purposes of examinations anyhow? Are they to increase our educational attainment? Or are they instruments used to bring suffering and humiliation and deep hurt to a person who is trying so hard to succeed?

By Anonym 19 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

The system that aims at educating our boys and girls in the same manner as in the circus where the trainer teaches the lion to sit on a stool, has not understood the true meaning of education itself. Instead of being like a circus where the trainer uses his stick to make animals do stunts to serve the interest of the audience, the system of education should be like an Orchestra where the conductor waves his stick to orchestrate the music already within the musicians’ heart in the most beautiful manner. The teacher should be like the conductor in the orchestra, not the trainer in the circus.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Miguel Syjuco

I learned much from Crispin, though a lot of the things he went on about passed over my head. But he was one of those teachers who, by a kind of osmosis, helped you discover the quantity of areas in your life in which you are still so ignorant as not to have even considered forming a wrong opinion.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Drexel Deal

The cane is just not going to cut it. I shared with some of my colleagues that these brothers live in neighborhoods where they are getting whapped with a piece of stick all night, stabbed with knives, and pegged with screwdrivers that have been sharpened down, and they are leaking blood. When you come to a fella without even interviewing him, without sitting him down to find out why you did what you did, your only interest is caning him, because you are burned out and frustrated yourself. You say to him, ‘Bend over, you are getting six.’ And the boy grits his teeth, skin up his face, takes those six cuts, and he is gone. But have you really been effective? Caning him is no big deal, because he’s probably ducking bullets at night. He has a lot more things on his mind than that. On the other hand, we can further send our delinquent students into damnation by telling them they are no body and all we want to do is punish, punish, punish. Here at R.M. Bailey, we have been trying a lot of different things. But at the end of the day, nothing that we do is better than the voice itself. Nothing is better than talking to the child, listening, developing trust, developing a friendship. Feel free to come to me anytime if something is bothering you, because I was your age once before. Charles chuck Mackey, former vice principal and coach of the R. M. Bailey Pacers school.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Rachitha Cabral

Some of us Teachers who consider ourselves to be smarter than our students will realise how worthless we are if we ever enter a classroom and find it devoid of students. Without students we are nobodies.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Oran Tkatchov

A poorly made car, sofa, or meal can be easily returned or discarded.  A poorly educated child cannot; factory recalls are not an option in education.  There will never be a day when the evening newscaster announces, “Scottsdale High School issued a product recall on the graduating class of 2012.  If you currently employ a member of the class of ‘12, please return him or her to the district office for a class of ‘17 upgrade.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

We must never forget our teachers, our lecturers and our mentors. In their individual capacities have contributed to our academic, professional and personal development.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ross W. Greene

A kid shouldn't need a diagnosis to access help.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mehmet Murat Ildan

For a clever man, different cultures, different lives, different attitudes, different dreams, different of everything are a good teacher! You only take the things you already know from somebody or something like you!

By Anonym 19 Sep

Tapan Ghosh

To get the best out of the students allow them to pick their own syllabus.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Tucker Elliot

I’m sure the driver was a great guy and all he wanted was to drive me to my hotel—but he was a complete stranger to me and the truth is that being vigilant isn’t a part-time job, it’s not about being nice to people, it’s about reality. I made a terrible mistake once, believing the monsters that want to hurt us are easily labeled and identified, rather than walking and hiding amongst us. That’s my reality.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Denny Taylor

Our ways of seeing are democratic. Unfortunately, they are not bureaucratic. Except in rare circumstances, I no longer believe that it is possible to be both, because when it becomes bureaucratic the struggle is not about pedagogy, it's about power. About who controls the activities that occur in schools. About who controls who participates in American society. About who controls the power base of the twenty-first century.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Carlos Wallace

Make a difference, change the game for the better, leave a legacy, be a guide that someone else can follow and make better, and then someone else will follow that and make that better.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Roger Schank

In summary, a good teacher does the following: - never tells a student anything that the teacher thinks is true - never allows himself to be the ultimate judge of his own students' success - teacher practice first, theory second (if he must teach theory at all) - does not come up with lists of knowledge that every student must know - doesn't teach anything unless he can easily explain the use of learning it - assigns no homework, unless that homework is to produce something - groups students according to their interests and abilities, not their ages - ensures that any reward to a student is intrinsic - teaches students things they may actually need to know after they leave school - helps students come up with their own explanations when they have made a mistake - never assumes that a student is listening to what he is saying - never assumes that students will do what he asks them to do if what he asked does not relate to a goal they truly hold - never allows pleasing the teacher to be the goal of the student - understands that students won't do what he tells them if they don't understand what is being asked of them - earns the respect of students by demonstrating abilities - motivate students to do better, and does not help them to do better - understands that his job is to get students to do something - understands that experience, not teachers, changes belief systems - confuses students - does not expect credit for good teaching

By Anonym 19 Sep

J. R. Nyquist

The new teaching refrains from laying a foundation; for the new educator, as revolutionary, is a destroyer who seeks to annihilate everything. He seeks to eradicate the past, to eradicate man and woman, to eradicate the parent, to eradicate both the nation and the patriot – and finally, to eradicate God. This is the work of today’s education. It is a work of disorganization, disintegration, and hatred. The revolutionary seeks a blank canvass upon which to paint in whatever color he chooses. The chosen color, of course, will be red. Those countries already submerged by the nihilist dictators are arming themselves. They are getting ready to unleash a wider destruction. Like all psychopaths they are motivated to find victims wherever they can. The consumption of victims is their mode of self-affirmation.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

If you fail an examination, it means you have not yet master the subject. With diligent study and understanding, you will succeed in passing the exams.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

Education delivered by a strict councellor, and recieved with great pains would never brighten the future of any student.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Kate Saunders

This was a very parentish thing to say; parents didn’t understand that teachers never listened to explanations.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Richard Yates

She was probably sixty, a big rawboned woman with a man's face, and her clothes, if not her very pores, seemed always to exude that dry essence of pencil shavings and chalk dust that is the smell of school. She was strict and humorless, preoccupied with rooting out the things she held intolerable: mumbling, slumping, daydreaming, frequent trips to the bathroom, and, the worst of all, "coming to school without proper supplies."

By Anonym 18 Sep

David Levithan

Teachers are wonderful beings who inspire the spirit and open the mind. Nobody at Padua High School fits that description.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Jeanette Leblanc

You will always be my teachers, just as much or more than I am yours. Do not think – nor let anyone convince you – that because of your age or your lack of experience that you do not hold wisdom beyond comprehension. You are wise enough to change the entire world in this movement, right now. Just as you are.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Maggie Nelson

It's like she's pulling Post-it notes out of her hair and lecturing from them, one of my peers once complained about the teaching style of my beloved teacher Mary Ann Caws. ...Ditto Eileen Myles, who tells a great story about a student at UC San Diego once complaining that her lecturing style was like 'throwing a pizza at us.' My feeling is, you should be so lucky to get a pizza in the face from Eileen Myles, or a Post-it note plucked from the nest of Mary Ann Caws's hair.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Jesse Stuart

One thing I more and this is all I have to say...High School is not a separate unit from you. We are apart of you. Every man, woman, and child in this community is a part...Your ways of life in your homes and your town reflect here in the school. You can help us or you can hurt us. Our success depends largely on you. I used to think when I first started teaching school that it was all up to the teachers and the pupils. I have changed my mind. The little island of humanity that is each one of you must unite with other islands and become a mainland if we are to have a successful school.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Anthony Liccione

The new dumb, is now wisdom.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

The teacher should be like the conductor in the orchestra, not the trainer in the circus.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ursula Dubosarsky

Today, girls,' said Miss Renshaw, 'we shall go out into the beautiful Gardens and think about death.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Adele Rose

Well…I like your attitude,” he told me, smiling. “Although I don’t like yours Mr Lewiston,” he added, his voice suddenly going harsh. “Try to bring a whoopie cushion into my class again and you’ll find that your end of term Maths paper might just be mysteriously downgraded.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Tucker Elliot

As calls rang out the world over for new treaties and organizations to be established with the intent of preventing future wars, America and her allies took a more realistic approach to the problem—we maintained allied military bases across Europe and Asia and we stationed troops in these foreign territories on a permanent basis. We weren’t invaders or conquerors and for sure we had no intention of being an empire. We were liberators. That’s all. But having fought and sacrificed so much and for so long, the pragmatic thing to do was to follow this simple philosophy: it’s great to have dialogue, it just works a lot better when you have a strong military strategically placed and ready to act around the globe.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

Mentoring is passion for skills and knowledge-transfer to young people

By Anonym 16 Sep

Betty Smith

Francie always remembered what that kind teacher told her. “You know, Francie, a lot of people would think that these stories that you’re making up all the time were terrible lies because they are not the truth as people see the truth. In the future, when something comes up, you tell exactly how it happened but write down for yourself the way you think it should have happened. Tell the truth and write the story. Then you won’t get mixed up.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Tucker Elliot

It feels like last week, but in fact we’re now closing in on five thousand days at war. I always picture Sami as a nine-year-old soccer stud ... and yet there are soldiers in Afghanistan today who were in fourth grade on 9/11.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Martha Boles

Teaching is a dialogue, and it is through the process of engaging students that we see ideas taken from the abstract and played out in concrete visual form. Students teach us about creativity through their personal responses to the limits we set, thus proving that reason and intuition are not antithetical. Their works give aesthetic visibility to mathematical ideas.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Donna Quesada

The effects you will have on your students are infinite and currently unknown; you will possibly shape the way they proceed in their careers, the way they will vote, the way they will behave as partners and spouses, the way they will raise their kids.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Amit Kalantri

For my success I am immensely grateful to God, my parents, my family, my friends, my teachers and to the books I read.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jesse Stuart

I had one criticism to make of my teachers. I had heard a few of them say, "Oh, I'm just a teacher." This burned me up. I told my teachers to never say this. I told them to walk proudly, with their heads held high, and to thank God they had chosen the teaching profession--the mother of all professions; that they were members working in the front line of American democracy. that they were the ground roots and not the brace roots of American democracy.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Tucker Elliot

The only thing I knew for sure is I hadn’t slept in ten years. Not really. I’d been fighting my own monster since nine months after 9/11. I had regrets. I had pain that I still can’t find words to describe. But sooner or later you have to make a choice. Maybe fate or luck or God had a plan for me in Jakarta that was greater than an educational leadership conference, a few papers and a book deal. If Vietnam was for Dad, then maybe Jakarta was for me. Indira says I shouldn’t discount that it was Allah’s plan. The way I see it, Allah’s plan is what started my war.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Allan Lokos

True patience is grounded in wisdom & compassion.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Muriel Barbery

With her it's as if a text was written so that we can identify the characters, the narrator, the setting, the plot, the time of the story, and so on. I don't think it has ever occurred to her that a text is written above all to be read and to arouse emotions in the reader.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mehmet Murat Ildan

Do you remember your first real teacher? Your first real teacher is your first sorrow, your first crying!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alice Sebold

I realized how subversive Ruth was then, not because she drew pictures of nude women that got misused by her peers, but because she was more talented than her teachers. She was the quietest kind of rebel. Helpless, really.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Real teachers like Jesus, Buddha, Nanak, Rumi have much more to teach humanity, than the imaginary figure Krishna, concocted by an ancient Indian man named Vyasa.