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View Quote "To make oneself interesting artificially," that is, interesting to those who have no interest in us, is indeed a very difficult task; and to arrest the attention hour after hour, and year after year, not of one, but of a multitude of persons who have nothing in common with us, not even years, is indeed a superhuman undertaking. Yet this is the task of the teacher, or, as he would say, his "art": to make this assembly of children whom he has reduced to immobility by discipline follow him with their minds, understand what he says, and learn; an internal action, which he cannot govern, as he governs the position of their bodies, but which he must win by making himself interesting, and by maintaining this interest.
View Quote 'Tis pleasing to be school'd in a strange tongue By female lips and eyes—that is, I mean,When both the teacher and the taught are young, As was the case, at least, where I have been;They smile so when one's right; and when one's wrong They smile still more.
View Quote 1 Timothy 2 v 12
View Quote A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.
View Quote Charles Xavier: A new generation of mutants is emerging, that much is certain. They will be called freaks. Genetic monstrosities. [...] But they are emerging in the inner cities, in the suburbs, in the deserts and the jungles. And when they emerge, they will need teachers, people who can help them overcome their anger and show them how to use their strange gifts responsibly. They will need us.
View Quote Education is unfolding the wings of head and heart together. A true teacher pushes the students out of the nest to strengthen the wings.
View Quote The vices of our teachers are not to be imitated, their virtues are.
View Quote To be a schoolmaster is next to being a king. Do you reckon it a mean employment to imbue the minds of your fellow-citizens in their earliest years with the best Letters and with the love of Christ, and to return them to their country honest and virtuous men? In the opinion of fools it is a humble task, but in fact it is the noblest of occupations.
View Quote When I first began teaching, I visited with a former teacher who I respected greatly. I asked him for some advice. He responded without hesitation, "A good teacher must love his students." "Love?" I queried. "Yes, love. When you come to care about each student as your very own child, then you'll become a great teacher."
View Quote Who dares to teach must never cease to learn.
View Quote Adde, quod ingenuas didicisse fideliter artesEmollit mores, nec sinit esse fervos.
View Quote D'ordinaire, ceux qui gouvernent les enfants ne leur pardonnent rien, et se pardonnent tout à eux-mêmes.
View Quote Docemus Docere
View Quote Doctrina sed vim promovet insitam.
View Quote Domi habuit unde disceret.