We can really learn from our teachers
August 16, 2011 11:21am CST
When my teacher says something interesting, even if it doesn't necessarily have a connection to the lesson, I write it down. Sometimes, our teachers would relay to us important lessons in life which are not connected to the lesson, and I would scribble it down on a piece of paper. I even have a collection of their "words of wisdom". I also post those statements in Facebook.
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16 Aug 11
Hi mabeldaclan.. This is so true.. when Ive done this (*most recently at University*) and researched what they have said, I find there is ALWAYS something new to learn behind it.. its also great to see your so attentive in class..Good luck with your future ventures!!.. (",)
16 Aug 11
I understand.. but this is what I mean.. because I catch something a 'teacher' says and I learn from it.. ill otherwise research further.. Maybe you have a point about the story telling, but to be honest I think its whether the student feels they have something to gain from that knowledge..
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4 Nov 11
Yes, many times in life these Words of Wisdom can often be words to live by and will help encourage us as days go by. There are often times in my life where I know that things I have learned are from teachers, or people higher than me, as well as others around the world and many have helped shape me in who I am yet today.