Oh, girl, I could talk about this all day!
Christopher Sessums You opened your door. Opened your arms to me. Smiled as I walked in with my over-stuffed bag and spilled out notebooks and planners and post-its and colored pens all over your desk.
You opened your classroom to me. Moved aside your staplers and pencil holders and papers to make a place for me next to you. You, who had a healthy career and tremendous respect and shining students and an amazing reputation, gave me your trust.
You believed in me. Me—in my brand new dress pants and pressed shirt and clean cardigan and matching flats, but a nervous hint in my steps—you trusted me. You nodded your head as I first began, as I cleared my throat and fired up my teacher voice, as I smiled and began learning names and switching seats and assigning homework and writing on the board in big, bold letters.
You smiled as I took over, as I taught class period after class period.
Then you let me go. You stepped out of the classroom. You gave me total control, freedom, independence. These were your students, your classes, but you let them become mine.
And so I handled conflicts, I created connections, I built projects and tests and lessons that deepened understanding, that helped my students grow, and that helped me grow.
And this became my classroom, my place, my kids. I decorated your walls, I used your printer, and I ran your computer programs. I became the teacher I had wished to be back in my sophomore year of college, when I first started my clinicals and watched kids hug their teacher, smile at their teacher, ask her questions, tell her stories, and love her.
I had wanted to be a teacher like that, a teacher that made a difference and a teacher whom students relied on. Now I am, because of you. And thank you for not only guiding me, teaching me to laugh, and helping me to see how beautiful and rewarding this profession really is, but thank you, most importantly, for being my dear friend.Notes from a Parent to a Teacher.
Dear Beatrice, Thank you for helping to make kindergarten such a positive experience for Billy. With all of your patience, creativity, and love, Billy has achieved a lot this year.
He has started off on the right foot by having you as his teacher. Thank you, Beatrice. Find and save ideas about Teacher thank you notes on Pinterest.
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Jun 04, · Your Student. There is no teacher who would not take pleasure in knowing that his or her class left an impact on the students. So write a thank-you note and put up a smile on their faces. What is the best way to write a thank you card for a professor?
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