World's Greatest (and most famous) Teachers
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Great Teachers: No one can deny it....teachers who battle the forces of evil to protect education and their students...Harry Potter has some pretty amazing teachers!
Great Teachers: John Keating (played by Robin Williams) really demonstrates how infectious a true love of learning can be for students!
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Great Teachers: Famous sheriff and detective Andy Griffith started out teaching high school English in North Carolina!
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Great Teachers: Can you imagine having Billy Crystal as your substitute teacher? Before becoming a comedy star, he was a teacher for a number of different classes...even girls' gym!
Great Teachers: Lyndon B. Johnson...school teacher turned President of the United States. Need we say more?
Great Teachers: Author of "The Last Lecture," Randy Pausch was an inspring educator who fought to teach others the value of living.
Great Teachers: Founder of the American Red Cross, Clara Barton spent her life serving her students and her patients. A dedicated teacher if ever there was one!
June 24, 1896: Booker T. Washington, president of Tuskegee Institute, becomes the first African American to be awarded an honorary degree by Harvard University. Born into slavery in Virginia, Washington moved to Alabama in 1881 to open Tuskegee Normal School. He soon gained fame as an educational leader among black Americans, a fact which Harvard recognized with a Master of Arts degree. educational crafts, white houses, african americans, george washington carver, civil rights, art, alabama, black history, black histori
Great Teachers: Booker T. Washington spoke out for truth and justice, educating many on the value of each and every person.
By Caleb Pirtle III. Alexander Pope could take pomposity to levels that had never been reached before and have seldom been reached since. His essays were little more than a matted morass of verbosity, which is about as pompous as I can get. When we were struggling through his tantalizing little couplets in high school, I had an English teacher who told us that reading Alexander Pope was like being a prospector. “You have to dig through acres and acres of mud to find a single nugget,” she said. maya angelou, peopl, maya anjelou, angelou autobiographerpoet, inspir women, admir, girl power, remark women
Great Teachers: Maya Angelou's lifetime effort of educating and inspiring others has certainly had a significant impact. Overcoming great personal obstacles, she remains one of our country's greatest teachers.
Great Teachers: Though he didn't serve in a classroom, Martin Luther King, Jr. taught the nation some of the most valuable lessons of his time. An inspiration for many who seek to make the world better through educating others.
Great Teachers: Jaime Escalante spent 15 years teaching algebra and calculus at Garfield High School in East Los Angeles. His efforts were later made in to the inspiring film "Stand and Deliver."
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Laura Ingalls Wilder: Most widely known for writing the Little House series of books, specifically the Little House on the Prairie. Wilder based these novels on her childhood and growing up in a pioneer family. Wilder's compelling stories and mastery of literary techniques helped set the precedent for future children's books. books, rose, laura ingalls wilder, school, little houses, daughters, childhood, writer, ingal wilder
Great Teachers: Laura Ingalls Wilder is renowned as a literal and figurative pioneer whose fiction has inspired generations of students!
Great Teachers: Annie Sullivan was the first teacher to successfully educate a deaf and mute child...Helen Keller!
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Socrates.. Socrates was born in 470 BC, in Athens, Greece. We know of his life through the writings of his students, including Plato and Xenophon. His "Socratic method," laid the groundwork for Western systems of logic and philosophy. When the political climate of Greece turned, Socrates was sentenced to death by hemlock poisoning in 399 BC. He accepted this judgment rather than fleeing. draw, athens, ancient greec, foundation, fathers, statu, adventure travel, sculptur, fields
Great Teachers: Socrates is considered one of Western Civilization's most significant teachers and philosophers. Do you ever use the Socratic method in your classroom?