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World Teachers’ Day 2013 – Thoughts on Just a Few of the Many Who Make a Difference

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“World Teachers’ Day 2013 – Thoughts on Just a Few of the Many Who Make a Difference”

  1. October 7th, 2013 at 12:51 PM      Reply Jameya Says:

    My favorite teacher is Ms. Jackson, because she pushes you and encourages you to get good grades and learn to achieve. When she yells at the class about hanging with the wrong people, it’s a problem, and when you don’t come to class on time. She tells us stories years ago when her students were first on the right path and got good grades then was hanging with the wrong people and went downstream. The student’s mother, sister, or friend called or talked to her and told Ms. Jackson about their downstream, then the next day Ms. Jackson got her straight and after that she grew up to graduate and be something. The way Ms. Jackson encourages you it makes you feel like you can accomplish your goals, pass a test, and think positive about yourself. The reason why she is my favorite teacher because you learn in fun ways and can learn things without a pencil. Although if I can get any grade like an F, C, B, or A it always sometimes go up and down.

  2. October 10th, 2013 at 10:09 AM      Reply tamaria Says:

    everybody love mrs.jackson

  3. October 10th, 2013 at 3:26 PM      Reply shanasia Says:

    I totally agree with ur comment but to me its like I think she does this because theres many problems that shes had troughout her life that can 100 percent relate to our problems that we as young women are facing today.

  4. October 10th, 2013 at 3:27 PM      Reply miracle Says:

    Your letter/comment touched me. By that I mean that I can relate to you and i agree with you on what you were saying. Mrs. Jackson alwyasy have positive things to say but when your doing something totally wrong she will tell you about your self. Mrs.Jackson doesn’t like any zero’s she will tell you to be the oposite of that.

  5. October 24th, 2013 at 2:13 PM      Reply anyia Says:

    Ms.Hayes i really like how you did this video because all the teachers that was in this video was in encouraging and understanding so keep up the good work to all the loving and caring teachers.

  6. October 24th, 2013 at 2:21 PM      Reply India Says:

    My favorite teacher is Mrs. Roseberry she is the nicest teacher you can ever have she taught me everything. I could talk to her about everything and she wouldn’t tell your business or she wouldn’t judge you no matter what. She was the type of teacher that would motivate you to do better. That’s why I love her. I LOVE YOU MRS.ROSEBERRY

  7. October 24th, 2013 at 3:31 PM      Reply charleslyn Says:

    I agree with what you are saying because I also think that mrs.jackson is a strict teacher because she cares alot about if we get our education and I thank her for doing that. I also agree with you because mrs. jackson cares a lot about us lady’s she wants us to become anything we want to be if we put our minds to it because she realizes we are the future.

  8. November 22nd, 2013 at 11:31 AM      Reply Daisha Says:

    My favorite teacher is Ms.Hayes. Ms.Hayes is the best teacher in Brown to me. She is loving, supportive, and kind. She all ways have nice things to say to me when I walk in the class room. She greet her students with a hello and she end the day with a good by have a nice day. To me Ms.Hays is my favorite teacher.

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