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View Quote Epistle of James, chap. 3, ver. 1-2, NKJV
View Quote Fas est ab hoste doceri.
View Quote Fingit equum tenera docilem cervice magisterIre viam qua monstret eques.
View Quote In These Times, The Green New Deal Just Won a Major Union Endorsement. What's Stopping the AFL-CIO?, Mindy Isser (12 August 2020)
View Quote A boor cannot be sin-fearing, an ignoramus cannot be pious, a bashful one cannot learn, a short-tempered person cannot teach, nor does anyone who does much business grow wise.
View Quote A boy is better unborn than untaught.
View Quote A good teacher does not draw out; he gives out, and what he gives out is love. And by love I mean approval, or if you like, friendliness, good nature. The good teacher not only understands the child: he approves of the child.
View Quote A little bench of heedless bishops here,And there a chancellor in embryo.
View Quote A man's scholarship may be perfect, his character admirable, and yet, for want of the power to control subordinates and govern boys, he may be wholly unfit for a schoolmaster.
View Quote A master should be paid liberally, in order to secure a person properly qualified.
View Quote A secure teacher expects to be a learner all day, every day, and is comfortable with the ambiguity of that role. It’s not so important to be “right” as to be open; it’s not so important to have all the answers as to be hungry for them. A secure teacher leaves school each day with important questions to puzzle about overnight and the belief that each day contains the insights necessary for a more effective tomorrow. A secure teacher believes that having these kinds of insights is professionally challenging and personally satisfying.
View Quote A supervisor to his learned scribe, The advice of a supervisor to a younger scribe (Eduba C) by an anonymous author, late third or early second millennium BCE, at The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature.
View Quote A supervisor to his learned scribe, The advice of a supervisor to a younger scribe (Eduba C), Sumerian disputation by an anonymous author, late third or early second millennium BCE, at The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature.
View Quote A. S. Neill, The Problem Teacher (1939), p. 11.
View Quote Alexander Pope, An Essay on Criticism (1709), Part III, line 15.