Some students may still have questions in their minds what’s so special about teacher appreciation week? Well, this is one of the precious times for our educators because during this moment all their hard work and dedicated efforts to teaching are recognized in many schools world wide.
These are some of the very important reasons why teacher appreciation week is now celebrated in many parts of the globe after they have realized how important our educators to nation building.
1. Teacher appreciation week is celebrated worldwide primarily to give recognition to our teachers who are dedicating more of their hours to teaching. In fact, many people believe that the teaching profession is the noblest profession of them all. It’s because educators really played great roles in nation building. Their efforts to make students become knowledgeable in schools are unmatched by any profession. This means the transfer of knowledge is fast with these teachers of the world are working hand in hand. There maybe no architects, engineers, scientists and all other profession without the teachers.
2. Teacher appreciation week is the best time of the year when students and the schools are also working together to recognize the gargantuan efforts of the millions of teachers around the world. If you read news items online you will know many schools and students organization giving out awards to their teachers for a job well done. These awards are also gladly accepted by teachers because they are touched the kind of teacher appreciation they get every time this time comes. They are very proud of themselves as educators of the youth because they know that deep within their hearts they’ve accomplished the big task at hand.
3. Teacher appreciation week reminds many educators of the world to continue doing their best so that the world would also have more scientists, doctors, and all other professionals that are vital components of a more sustainable environment. This means despite low salaries of teachers in third world countries as well as the low regards to our teachers in progressive countries of the world, they continue to commit themselves to helping our children become agents of development as they graduate and start working.