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“Isa LANG Syang GURO” (She’s JUST a Teacher)

About Maureen

I'm just a typical girl living my life to the fullest. Writing is my only outlet on speaking out my mind and how I feel. The ink of my pen is overflowing so I will just keep on writing and hopefully my stories and opinions would touch lives; would inspire people. Im Maureen and I am His daughter. Greatly blessed and highly favoured. :)

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We teach, and we love it..and we do what we believe we are called to do..

IF Only people know the importance of the teachers…

If only..If only… then , there wouldn’t be “JUST A TEACHER” statement.

YOU people should know that this is a heavy role and a noble profession, so full of rewards..

I AM A TEACHER..!

WE ARE TEACHERS! AND WE ARE PROUD OF IT.

 

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  • “The students of a good teacher pass their courses, graduate, and settle down with good jobs, but the best teacher’s students go on receiving reward everyday of their lives, for they have discovered that the life of the inquiring mind is exciting” – Fred Stocking-
    I was in profession for almost 10 years. Teaching is my only work after finishing college of education.Teaching is my means to feed my three children.A profession, I takes with pride, for me it is more of a calling, an answer for a mission in life. It is more of a calling because it could be considered as financially rewarding. The job is rewarding in terms of the pupils being taught and grow right in front of the teachers.Mabuhay tayong mga guro!

  • Dawi

    This (the looking down upon) is a cultural embarrassment that needs to change. Teachers need to be and should be upheld in the highest esteem. Even the so called educated, including those in my immediate family, have been guilty of such thoughts and verbal diarrhea. This is because the Filipino culture at large equates the size of the pocketbook to success. SHAME!

    In my book success means waking up in the morning and doing what you love. It means having the opportunity to affect someone’s life in a positive way. It means that excitement in the pit of your stomach because your hard work is paying off beyond monetary compensation because finally nakuha na rin ng bata.

    Ang mga guro ay hindi dapat ilagay sa pedestal…dapat itayo sila ng monumento!

  • hans

    For me, only two words sums up what a teacher is: LOVE and SACRIFICE. The most noble of all professions, being a teacher is special. They are not only our mentors, but also our second parents and friends when we are in school. My mom is a teacher all her life and I am very proud of her. Right after graduating from college and up until she retired (44 years of service), she never lost the drive and determination to teach and mold the minds of her students. I am filled with pride wherever we go as former students of hers continually thank her for being their teacher and inspiring them–politicians, bank managers, businessmen, the list goes on and on. To those who look down on teachers, ask yourself this: who taught you all that you know? Let’s always remember, no student is greater than his teacher.

  • malu

    kahit kelan di mapapantayan ng ibang propesyon ang pagiging isang guro..ang tumayo na pangalawang magulang ang magsakripisyo para sa mga estudyante…ang puso ng isang guro ay di kailanman matatawaran..gaano man ito kasungit..sa likod ng lahat ng iyan kahit kelan di iniinda ang pagod..matuto lang ang mga estudyante

  • Dith

    I salute all the teachers! There would be no lawyers, doctors, nurses, etc if there is no teacher! I have a high respect to all the teachers!

  • Ace

    Hindi lang sila BASTA GURO. My mom is a teacher, same goes for my aunts. Their co-teachers are my friends (too.) ganun na din sa mga naging teachers ko nung elem at high school. Iba sa kanila sinundan pa kami sa college. Kumukulo nga dugo ko kapag nakakarinig ako ng mga salitang ‘teacher lang siya’, ‘yuck, kumukuha ng course na education’. I AM VERY PROUD OF THEM. Nanay ko nga minsan mas inuuna niya pa mga estudyante niya kaysa sa akin na anak niya, pero ni minsan di siya naging pabaya. Kitang-kita ko ang paghihirap niya. Yung gagawa ng lesson plan, magkokompyut ng mga grades, at kung anu-ano pa. Kung ako, sawang-sawa na sa pag-aaral, sila may determinasyon na bumalik pa sa eskwelahan at magturo. Kaya sa mga guro diyan, SALUDONG-SALUDO AKO SA INYO!

  • le grand

    Being a teacher is not right to say it is ” Just a Teacher”. Remember it is a universal profession and it is not beyond comparable to other profession since its influence is infinite. Teacher can do everything even in a simple ways. Remember teacher can be a lawyer ( sino kaya ang umaawat at nag aareglo kapag inaway ka sa school especially noong nasa lower years ka pa?)it can be an actor/actress just to motivate his /her students,and many more that other profession can’t do…. Kaya nga huwag maliitin ang mga guro kung wala sila wala ka ngayon kung saan ka!