Did you ever try searching the web about famous invertors? What names would appear? Who would be ranked number one, two, or three? Will you ever see a name of a teacher who invented a simple yet effective and efficient visual or audio aid, maybe a combination of both? Whatever your answer maybe, we won’t question the fact that teachers are the best and most spontaneous inventors of all time. Their desire to make learning better, stem out from their care and love for their beloved (people worthy of love) students.
A great teacher makes ways for learning to be exciting, fun and easy even though budget is tight. He or she finds ways to reuse and recycle used boxes, plastic bottles or any other trash and at the end of the day he/she created a clock, a village, a replica of ancient people, puzzles, or any image that would bridge ignorance to knowledge.
The world applauds men and women who made transportation to be modern, production of food to be so fast, dark night to be bright, medicine to cure diseases and so on. Are we ignoring our teachers who were instruments to make our empty minds be filled with awe and wonder through their simple “inventions” leading students to dream beyond our wildest imaginations?
Teachers may not be given the proper recognition they deserve in their lifetime but I’m so sure one day they will hear a voice from the Creator, words filled with truthfulness and grace, “Well done good and faithful servant.” ANDRE PAOLO C. GALONG (Pines City National High School)
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