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Huge thanks to Susan Hopkins, Dan Simberloff, Kerin Motsinger, Amian Kelemer, Katie Greenman, Karel Kilimnik, David Todt, Barbara Gruener, Mara Sapon-Shevin, and Shoshana Hoose for providing ideas and reviewing drafts of this guide.Teachers’ guide

Huge thanks to Susan Hopkins, Dan Simberloff, Kerin Motsinger, Amian Kelemer, Katie Greenman, Karel Kilimnik, David Todt, Barbara Gruener, Mara Sapon-Shevin, and Shoshana Hoose for providing ideas and reviewing drafts of this guide.

Teachers’ guide copyright © 2001 by Phillip Hoose. Illustration copyright © 1998 by Debbie Tilley. All rights reserved. No part of this educational supplement may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of the publisher, except when used for nonprofit means.

Find Hey, Little Ant (ISBN 1-883672-54-6) at your local bookstore or call 1-800-841-2665.Check out our complete selection of educational materials at www.tenspeed.com.

Huge thanks to Susan Hopkins, Dan Simberloff, Kerin Motsinger, Amian Kelemer, Katie Greenman, Karel Kilimnik, David Todt, Barbara Gruener, Mara Sapon-Shevin, and Shoshana Hoose for providing ideas and reviewing drafts of this guide.

Teachers’ guide copyright © 2001 by Phillip Hoose. Illustration copyright © 1998 by Debbie Tilley. All rights reserved. No part of this educational supplement may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of the publisher, except when used for nonprofit means.

Find Hey, Little Ant (ISBN 1-883672-54-6) at your local bookstore or call 1-800-841-2665.Check out our complete selection of educational materials at www.tenspeed.com.

Teacher’s Day is a special occasion celebrated to honour and appreciate the teachers who have taught us much of what we know today. Morals and values imbibed in individuals by teachers are the ones that we carry for the rest of our lives. Often we miss our school and college days and want to re-live those moments with our teachers and friends, and though that’s not always possible, there is a special dedicated to those wonderful people in our lives.

Every year on September 5, the birth anniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan , is celebrated as Teacher’s Day in India, when students – those still in school and colleges, as well as those who have graduated – pay their respects to the co-architects of their lives.

This year, why not take a moment to remember your teachers – they may be those who taught you in school or college or those who taught you the lessons of life, and wish them, make sure they know how much they mean to you. To help you out, here’s a collection of SMSes, WhatsApp and Facebook messages, images and greetings that you can send to your teachers, thanking them for their effort and commitment.

When the organization StudentsFirst asked contest entrants to describe “what it means to be a great teacher” in only six words, 28,000 responded with heartfelt, inspiring and personal essays.

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, Education World has reprinted the essays with permission from StudentsFirst, a national grassroots movement defending the interests of students in education.The essays originally appeared on  StudentsFirst.org .

Share these great soundbites with your teachers to let them know how much you appreciate them. And why not challenge students and parents to write their own six-word essays honoring the dedicated educators in your building?
 

Huge thanks to Susan Hopkins, Dan Simberloff, Kerin Motsinger, Amian Kelemer, Katie Greenman, Karel Kilimnik, David Todt, Barbara Gruener, Mara Sapon-Shevin, and Shoshana Hoose for providing ideas and reviewing drafts of this guide.

Teachers’ guide copyright © 2001 by Phillip Hoose. Illustration copyright © 1998 by Debbie Tilley. All rights reserved. No part of this educational supplement may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of the publisher, except when used for nonprofit means.

Find Hey, Little Ant (ISBN 1-883672-54-6) at your local bookstore or call 1-800-841-2665.Check out our complete selection of educational materials at www.tenspeed.com.

Teacher’s Day is a special occasion celebrated to honour and appreciate the teachers who have taught us much of what we know today. Morals and values imbibed in individuals by teachers are the ones that we carry for the rest of our lives. Often we miss our school and college days and want to re-live those moments with our teachers and friends, and though that’s not always possible, there is a special dedicated to those wonderful people in our lives.

Every year on September 5, the birth anniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan , is celebrated as Teacher’s Day in India, when students – those still in school and colleges, as well as those who have graduated – pay their respects to the co-architects of their lives.

This year, why not take a moment to remember your teachers – they may be those who taught you in school or college or those who taught you the lessons of life, and wish them, make sure they know how much they mean to you. To help you out, here’s a collection of SMSes, WhatsApp and Facebook messages, images and greetings that you can send to your teachers, thanking them for their effort and commitment.

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