World Teachers’ Day

“UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) & EI (Education International) launched a public awareness campaign to highlight the contributions of the teaching profession.”

Being a teacher is a noble profession that starts from the passion in the field of Education.  Everyone can teach, but only few can teach effectively.  Therefore, being an effective teacher can’t be achieved overnight, for it takes enough training in the field of Education  and years of experience dealing with different types of students.   It is a continuous learning experience, where there’s no room to be complacent.

Education is interdependent with Psychology, because honing the mind is crucial, especially the “absorbent mind” from childhood to adolescent stage.  Teaching without knowing the strengths and weaknesses of the students could be useless and even dangerous. Physical wounds can be healed in a certain span of time thru medicine, but Psychological wounds could dangerously harm the whole person for a lifetime. Therefore, each “domain of learning (cognitive, affective & psychomotor)” should be developed and considered for a well balanced individual.

Each one of us is a teacher.  For each one of us has something to share and teach, by any means, in any forms. So to each one of us, enjoy the World Teacher’s Day and teaching, not only today but everyday. 🙂

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ovidio Ebuenga
    Oct 06, 2010 @ 16:24:14

    I do agree in what the blog is saying. I’m a proud teacher as well.


    Oct 07, 2010 @ 21:53:28



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