Did you have one special teacher at school?
I had one at junior school that was a life long influence.
I was lucky enough to have more than one teacher who had a great impact on me. My high school Spanish teacher became a friend as well as a teacher, and she even sewed my graduation dress. Also, the academic dean of my high school, who was also a math teacher of mine directly impacted my career. I thought I wanted to teach elementary school and she convinced me that I would quickly become bored with that. She was right; I will be entering my 19th year as a Spanish teacher this fall!!
Yes, I had a special teacher at school. I called him all-rounder. He was very good in English, Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics. I learned from him not only related my subject but also about the real life. Even in present when I felt in serious problem then I go to him for the solution. We have a friendly relation among us.
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