Who is your hero?
Who do you look up to?
This is a very common essay question for students at all levels. The list of people who fill the pages of these essays is long: parents, athletes, friends, teachers, grandparents, historical figures, authors, poets, leaders,.... The world is full of inspiring people. It is easy to think of such a person and maybe difficult to think of only one such person.
These people make us believe that we can do anything. They help us to overcome obstacles, to work harder, and to be better people. They ask for very little in return--usually nothing. They come to mind during the times in our lives when we think that we can't go on or we can't achieve. They are our own, personnel superheroes.
Most people can think of a teacher who has inspired them. Usually a teacher who demanded high performance and worked hard to help you to achieve. Our favorite teacher(s) were the people who believed we can do more than we believed we ourselves could do.
Teachers that inspire students to do their best are the teachers that every parents wants their children to have. They make learning adventurous, exciting, and thrilling. They give their students the tools to tackle difficult problems and the self confidence to keep trying when they don't "get it" the first time.
Be the teacher that inspires your students.
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