National Teacher's Appreciation Week

By Ashley Chen

Thu, May 6, 2021 | reading time 2 minutes ⏰


May 4th is World Teachers' Day. This week is Teacher Appreciation Week! This theme day was jointly initiated by UNESCO and the International Labour Organization in 1994. World Teachers' Day aims to celebrate and thank teachers around the world for their contributions to education and the cause of humanity, and to draw attention to teachers around the world and help teachers safeguard their rights and interests.


In fact, the teacher's daily work is very intense. They need to plan lessons in advance, prepare teaching materials, provide practice problems, evaluate children's work, manage behavior, meet with parents and guardians, attend staff meetings and training. We can have the erudite today, all is due to the teacher constantly in our brain input all kinds of knowledge.


There are many ways that people express their gratitude to their teachers. This could be writing a letter or expressing thanks on social media, volunteering at school, or filling up school supplies. Let your teachers know that what they do is appreciated. There are many simple things you can do to show how much you care about teachers, such as: hold a special event, make a handmade gift, learn more about teachers' work, make a thank you card, and promote Teacher Appreciation Week.


So what are you waiting for? Say a simple thank you to your teacher, or go out of your way to express gratitude and awe for your teacher.

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