Teachers are the backbone of student’s development. They consistently strive for their growth, with mentoring the students’ can achieve the academic as well as other success in life. They involve them, make them to learn for a better tomorrow. It is they who nurture lives. Human beings are the people who need motivation to carry their contribution going on. To perform better and consistent they need appreciation and engagement. Considering this human faction of an individual mindset, various parents and students together come up for an event called as Teachers appreciation by parent’s teachers association. Such a collaboration together motivates the teacher to perform even better and work harder for the student’s success. Such event are held every year and includes entire year’s teacher’s contribution. Students share their success and highlight how certain teacher guide them to achieve the results and success which they have achieved. It is the gratitude which makes the teacher feel better and again to perform even better for tomorrow.
Here are some facts about such events:
1. Parents involvement in schools:
Teachers are working hard in schools, but besides that parents at home should also be aware of the activities in schools. With such an association parents get to the activities in schools. They gain the knowledge about the teacher’s contribution which they appreciate in the gratitude session. Such an appreciation motivates teachers.
2. Progressive plans and growth:
With such involvement of parents in schools and teachers contribution. Together they can pace the students’ progress and work towards their future plan of growth and upbringing. The interaction between parents is helpful for progressive growth of a ward.
3. Team efforts:
Teachers in schools and parents at home, together are working as team to foster the child’s development. Their performance can be enhanced by the efforts collectively taken both in schools and at homes. Appreciation of teachers from students and parents is indirectly building the culture of gratitude and students’ are developing the gratitude feeling at early age in schools