Can you name a single teacher who can not be forgtten by you?

@muru1950 (964)
India
December 21, 2008 7:12pm CST
We come across so many teachers in our life.But we normaly forget them as we become busy in our job and family life. But I can not forget one teacher in my life.He is Mr.Chandrasekar. After my school education,I could not continue my studies and joined in Defence service.This teacher who met me in a marriage function,motivated me to continue my studies through corresspondence education.Even I was not aware about that type of education. Then I continued my studies and became a commerce graduate which helped me to become a bank manager after my defence srevice.Can I forget him? Please tell me about your unforgettable teachers who made a positive change in your life.That will be a tribute to them.
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@sanuanu (11235)
• India
22 Dec 08
I can't forget my english teacher in a Computer taining institute. She came for teach us english and whatever English I am speaking is only because of her. She gave absolutely everything to teach us. She even rejected one real good job opportunity for her just to teach us. Can't forget her.. Ms. Arpita Sen
@muru1950 (964)
• India
22 Dec 08
Yes.Some teachers love their job.They won't accept even when good offer comes.A big salute to them.
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@sanuanu (11235)
• India
11 Jan 09
One more thing I would like to add about her that when she left that institute, because she got married, I felt like loosing a parent. She was a like a guardian for me. If I give even a million salute to her, it won't be enough.
• United States
5 Mar 09
I can name a few. Mrs. Cea, Mr. Jones, and Mr. Connors. Along with many more. My teachers were some of the most influential people in my life, and without them I wouldn't be who I am now.
• Philippines
5 Mar 09
mrs. chantrant i remember running away from home when i was a university student she provides me shelter, food, tuition fee and allowance for 3 years!! she loved me just like her own daughter! i love her and willing to take care of her when she grows really old! i thank her for who i am today! saying thank you is not enough to show her the gratitude i feel toward her!
• United States
4 Mar 09
My fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Szczesniak was absolutely phenomenal. I have so much to thank her for, she really impacted my life for the better! She was the most dedicated and enthusiastic teacher I ever had throughout grade school, high school and college. She is one of the primary reasons I began writing, and one of the reasons I still want to write today! She no longer works at the school I used to attend, but I wish I could tell her how great the was and how much she means in my life!
@eichs1 (1934)
• Philippines
2 Mar 09
I will never forget my math teacher in junior and senior high school. I don't know what he saw in me that he took his time to bring an application form for a competitive scholarship examination when they had a meeting in the school division office. (We are in a remote town then and it entails money and time to visit the division office.) I took the examination and the scholarship was my ticket to enter college. I will never forget my teacher who encouraged me to take that scholarship examination and who had been urging me to do better in my studies. He was already gone, killed in a political squabble in our place, but I will always remember him and share his story whenever I have the chance such as this.
• India
13 Jan 09
my unforgettable teacher in my life would be ,my language teacher .i like her very much.i long for her classes even now.she the class more entertaining.she is one teacher in my school ,who is jovial in the class.i never forget her.but unfortunately,i could not see her in the school, when i went for alumini.she is one who tought me to learn language easily.her name is kosali.we also had nick name's for.the highlight of her is that she has great sense of humour.happy myloting and have an nice day.......
@AlephWren (135)
• Argentina
22 Dec 08
Yes, Mr Destefanis!!! He was my latest Ethics and Rights professor and was also a Military Major of Intelligence on another far Province of here. Very inspirating, good humour, seriousness too. Very memorable. Long life, professor!
@jazel_juan (15753)
• Philippines
22 Dec 08
well my firstt grade teacher, Mrs. duca, i really could not forget about her! she is strict and stern but i did learn a lot from her. She is good in what she does and she inculcated in us good manners and principles..till now i could remember her afer all these years!