How much do you remember your primary sochool teachers?

China
May 4, 2011 11:24pm CST
I dreamed my primary school teacher last night,which reminded me that it had been neary 15 years since graduation from primary school.One of the affairs is still in the deepest part of my heart.In Primary One,there was always much homework to finish every day,which bored me a lot.Sometimes I didn't finish my homework on time,and was punished to finish it in the school after school,when thoese who had finished could go back home.One day,I received the punishment,and sit in the classroom to do the homework.Unluckily,it began to rain heavily.I became so disappointed and feel depressed out.I thought,everyone else including my teacher must have gone,leaving lonely and helpless in the classroom.Suddenly,I saw my teacher,Miss Zhu,running in the rain,with an umbrella in her hand,towards the classroom.The heavy rain and strong wind made it so difficlut to run outside that she nearly fell down several times.But at last she arrived,and gave me the umbrella,and said,"Remember,finsh your homework on time next time.And you are not forgotten by me and your parents."Though I was a child at that time,I was too moved to say any word,just crying. Later,my study became better,and became successful in study.I will never forget my teachers who help me both in my study and life.
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• Philippines
5 May 11
I can clearly remember Ma'am Shie my favorite primary school teacher back in my days - in our province we normally have 2 or 3 teachers only per level and this would help me a lot in remembering her since she's been so good to me and even extended caring attitude towards my parents. I can vividly recall that she used to drop by our house every so often to check me out if she has a time... and guess what - because of this, my parents passed a word of mouth onto my relatives and she was referred as one of the best teachers in town and most of cousins were enrolled under her term during their primary years.. To add to that, i had to move back to my province for one year since my daughters asthma needs to be treated (she was3-4 years old then) and i was lucky enough to have found her having her OWN school already and still manages to teach primary level, so i decided while in the province to enroll my daughter and true enough - her skills as a very refined teacher never fails...
@umabharti (3976)
• India
5 May 11
I remember my prep standard teacher ms.Josween she was from kerala and she was a caring and loving teacher.she used to care me a lot.As in my starting to school i was just crying all the time not interested to leave my father or home.I was everyday forcely taken to school and hiding from me my father used to leave from the school.Josween was a wonderful teacher in my life.
@dawnald (84126)
• Shingle Springs, California
5 May 11
I remember one of the third grade teachers, and my sixth grade teacher. I don't remember the others at all. From junior high, I remember one English teacher, one math teacher and the music teacher. From high school, I remember most of them, and college tooo.
@spuliven (68)
• India
5 May 11
I do remember all my primary school teachers. even though I'm far away from the location where I studied, I'm having regular contacts with my primary school teachers.
5 May 11
Honestly I don't remember most of them. I do remember just a few though either for the good or the bad the predicted on my life. They motivate me each day. My fifth grade teach thought I was a math genius, i did not believe it, but i went through through middle and high school with A averages in math. In college I was at an A average until I started taking differential calculus, and Physics with calc. I felt like I could not do it, but your post brought me back to my elementary days as I'm remembering my fifth grad teacher.
@chiyosan (29388)
• Philippines
5 May 11
i do not remember much about them anymore, i rememer most of my highschool teachers though.. i just remember some very nice teachers in primary who have made quite a lot of impression on me, especially as i was growing up because i think they are very good ones, very friendly, helpful and does seem like living a very good and happy life. =)
@mallu30 (463)
• India
5 May 11
I never forget my primary school teachers for their love and affection shown on me. I used to be a clever student in my primary level education and every teacher used to love me as a student and encourage me in mystudies. Even some teachers have taken care of me when ever I fall ill. They used to take me to doctor and see that I have better treatment. With the help, love and affection of my primary level teachers only I studied well and in a better position now. How can I forget them?
@spockers (221)
• Philippines
5 May 11
That was really fun, remembering the time during your pre-school days. I remember that my teacher are always supportive in what we love to do. She is always given her patience to us, because we are only kid back then. We can only do playing around the rooms. Every time there will be thing that she want us to do, she really give efforts so that we will give attention to her. That really touching to remember that days. Wish we all have some fun times back then. And we can always cherish that day.
@chuyins123 (2118)
• Philippines
5 May 11
As for me, I could still remember my friends in primary school, my teachers, my classmates. Some teachers would barely remember me, I met one a few years back and I approached her. I greeted her with a smile and frantically asked, "Do you still remember me Ma'am?" Said, hmmmm... got lots of students in the past, I am having a hard time associating the faces with the names... :)Ms. Cabiaza was my favorite, she's changed status now, she's Ms. Something I don't know her husband. But I remember her face and the looks of her terrorizing eyes. She's my favorite because while my classmates are way to afraid of her, I was the one who could easily come to her and asked about a lot of things without being harmed. LOL. Ms. Cabiaza was a really terrifying creature for my classmates, but to me, she's a great elder sister, very much willing to guide me. *sigh* I wish I could thank her personally one of these days, if I get to see her when I get home in the province. :) It's just so amazing, I could still remember a lot of my primary days and primary school's memories. I love my study years.
@kquiming (2999)
• Philippines
5 May 11
LoL...nice post. I remember them pretty well, maybe not by name, but by face. And the experiences I had with some of them, like when I got scolded for not doing my assignment. LoL. I don't usually dream of them though. But yes they are all dearly remembered, especially their sacrifices as a teacher to educate children as best as they could. I've never had much problems with them anyway in my younger days. But my highschool teachers, well some of them were really a problem to me for having a little too much attitude...but not all of them..there's just this one particular person i clearly remember. or maybe two....or three. whatever...anyway i think it's best not to reopen the topic about them. hehe.