Sunday, April 1, 2012

What Teaching Means to Me!

Follow The Famous Yellow Road


It's true. I teach to enable, enliven, and encourage!


en·a·ble/enˈābəl/

Verb:
  1. Give (someone or something) the authority or means to do something.
  2. Make possible.
Synonyms:
empower - authorize - authorise - permit

en·liv·en/enˈlīvən/

Verb:
  1. Make (something) more entertaining, interesting, or appealing.
  2. Make (someone) more cheerful or animated.
Synonyms:
animate - liven - vivify - revive - exhilarate - vitalize

en·cour·age/enˈkərij/

Verb:
  1. Give support, confidence, or hope to (someone): "encouraging results"; "I feel encouraged".
  2. Give support and advice to (someone) to do or continue something: "pupils are encouraged to be creative".
Synonyms:
embolden - hearten - support - promote - stimulate

Plan and simple. Teaching is not a career. It's a lifestyle. As my alma mater says: "Caring Teachers Life What They Believe"

                                                    
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4 comments :

Miss T said...

LOVE it all :)

You said it perfectly :) Thanks for linking up and sharing!


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Miss Foote said...

Love the poster...put that up on the wall! You enable, enliven and encourage me as follower too!

Laurie
Chickadee Jubilee

Jennifer K. said...

Love that saying!

Jennifer @ Herding Kats In Kindergarten

April Kreitzer Wolfe said...

Love the saying!!

April
Wolfelicious