Your Voice: Giving gratitude where gratitude is due — to teachers
Thank you, teachers throughout our years, who have helped individuals and all of society, raising the banner of knowledge and science high for all to see.
There is a person who is important and dear to all — the teacher.
All great civilizations could not exist without teachers, who play such a critical role in illuminating the paths of humans and guiding them through the wander orbit of science. It is the teacher who lays the foundations of the roads that have led to industrial revolutions and changed the course of human history.
Being a teacher isn’t just a profession or a job one does for financial gain. It is much more than this. Being a teacher is one of the highest human professions because of its great impact on society.
Teachers have an active and significant role in building societies both scientifically and educationally.
Since ancient times, the teacher has played the largest role as a mediator to bridge the gap between the seekers of knowledge from those who are eager to learn all they can, and the breadth of modern sciences and vast amounts of knowledge that have emerged and are rapidly developing in our everyday life.
So what key elements are necessary to help teachers meet the basic tenants of their job and simultaneously unleash the creativity required in modern times? One of the most important is infrastructure, from buildings to laboratories, and catalysts for scientific research, as well as an environment that stimulates such creativity.
The success of societies is reflected in its teachers. We measure societies by science and education because they advance culture, knowledge, industry, technology, and civilization. Therefore, the teacher plays a primary role in communicating this knowledge through various channels to people of all ages. The teacher’s ability to lead and motivate students of knowledge corresponds directly of how far a country or civilization can succeed.
The teacher, whether they are professors, educators, fathers, brothers, or whatever title they bear, deserve much gratitude. Thank you, teachers throughout our years, who have helped individuals and all of society, raising the banner of knowledge and science high for all to see.
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