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Our Impressionable Children are Desperately Looking for Positive Rolemodels

January 3, 2014

 

 

 

Watching the heartwarming clip above, I reflected on how impressionable young children can be. They are so willing to learn and to follow, all they need is a collection of rolemodels to set the direction.

When it comes to being a rolemodel, a teacher is not a parent and should never pretend to be an alternative or substitute to a child’s parent. But that doesn’t mean that we can’t set a positive example for our students.

After all, they are constantly looking for reminders that the world is a good place, where happiness is attainable and hurdles can be overcome.

 

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