Teacher Appreciation Week 2009: 3rd – 9th May
Teacher Apprecation Week
is a week in the academic calendar which is dedicated to all of our teachers around the world. It is a time to say thank you to our teachers for all of their help and show our gratitude for all the time and effort that they have put in our education.
This could make a big difference in our schools but at the moment this event is not as well known as other academic events. If people start to realise the actual potential of this event then the concept of teacher
appreciation will be more popular worldwide.
The idea is to show our appreciation towards our teachers and this can be done through a variety of different ways. It could be anything from a simple card to a formal presentation in front of the entire school. The great thing about this event is that it is not only students who can appreciate their teacher, parents and other employers can enjoy it too.
Teacher appreciation week will include a lot of events for both the teachers and those you wish to appreciate them. This week's Tuesday will be teacher appreciation day 2009
in which schools can present awards to their teachers for helping their students throughout the year. There could be an award where many teachers are nominated and students will have to vote on who they think has earned it. This will bring the educational community together and essentially make more people bond.
Teacher appreciation week lets everyone learn about the teaching industry which can be really interesting especially for those who want to become a teacher. It is also a great opportunity to learn about other cultures as teaching is a popular international profession.
really does bring people together and more importantly, teachers can learn from it too. All in all, teachers can learn why they are appreciated by their students, which would be a highlight in their teaching profession and could even be considered a teacher appreciation gift.
There are so many reasons why this event is so important so this year teacher appreciation week 2009
should definitely be noted down in the academic diary!