Essay on Education and Meyer

Submitted By sarah7125
Words: 538
Pages: 3

Meyer, During our time in this school and chapter you have taught us so many things. You are not only a teacher, but also a mentor and friend. We have all had our ups and downs and you have always been there to encourage us. We all remember those times when even though we were having a good time and laughing, we still walked out of the room at the end of the day with more knowledge than what we came in with. You have a love for learning which you have passed on to us with vigor and you have inspired all of us during the last three years of having you as our advisor.
So, as we part ways, and we say farewell to you, we would all like to show our gratitude for the help that you have given us, and wish you well. The inspiration, and love for learning that you have instilled within us will continue long after we leave this school. As William Arthur Ward once said, “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” So we thank you Meyer, for not being a mediocre teacher or a good teacher, but a great teacher, a teacher that has told, explained, demonstrated, and instilled passion and inspiration within all of us.
Thank you.

So God Made A Meyer

And on the 8th day, God looked down on the world and said, "I need someone that will help the world prosper." So God made a Meyer.
God said, "I need somebody willing to get up before dawn, prepare the classroom, interact with students, give them advice, encourage them to succeed, attend an FFA contest, and get home late and do it all over again." So God made a Meyer.
God said, "I need somebody who is going to be the biggest fan of the shy student, root for them, and watch them grow out of their shell." So God made a Meyer.
God said, "I need somebody who can