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Excellent Message-- Must Read-- English / Chinese --A Teacher\'s Lesson 老師的一課 ( 繁体字/简体)

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                       Over Seas Education Column

                    Terry Wang, DTM (卓越國際主持人)

                           

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                        nwbi1@yahoo.com;  703-978-7905

 

A Teacher's Lesson 老師的一課:

獻給熱愛教育,育人, 樹人的有心人

 

1997,我在一個國際主持協會的英文演講中, 聽到我的朋友

Ms. Helen Burkett,DTM 念了一篇A Teacher's Lesson 老師的一課 的故事, 使我熱淚盈眶. 多年來, 一有機會我就分享這個故事. 任何人要知道什麼是中國真正的百年樹人及美國總統的教育政策“NO CHILD LEAVE BEHIND”(別讓任何孩子落隊) 的實際意義﹐請問問自己,您是否激情地熱愛教育,真正的相信與執行著有教無類的精神, 而可為了教人為了愛, 無怨無悔的願意長年播種傳薪之道. 請看看這篇使我熱淚盈眶的故事

雖然它不是真實的, 但是, 這故事的影響力卻是令人終生受益.

為了教人為了愛, 無怨無悔的願意長年播種傳薪之道。 請看看這篇使我熱淚盈眶的故事﹐雖然它不是真實的

(維州女作家 Elizabeth Silance Ballard /Unga1976 原著,

1997 開始以網上郵件, 電視,播音, 報紙等出現, 風靡全美).

 

這故事使我能在執行著有教無類的精神30年之後﹐ 還是無怨無悔的"" 教學。特此獻給熱愛推動教育樹人的有心人。上天給予了我們豐盛的禮物﹐這信息的傳遞也是其中之一.

 

盼望您看後分享 (英文原文請看:

請看網上電視 http://www.makeadifferencemovie.com/ (Video)),而也願繼續播種世界﹐ 您可能因此而改變了許多人的一生﹐ 從此將光明燦麗替換灰暗俎傷。 將您明天盼望的希望及早傳送﹐就在今天﹐現在為歷史寫出彩虹。謝謝您。

 

(有心樹人者﹐請聯繫 nwbi1@yahoo.com).

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A Teacher's Lesson 老師的一課

 

許多年前, 湯普老師對著她五年級的學生們撒了一個謊:她說她會平等地愛每個孩子!但這是不可能的,因為前排就坐著泰.施途達: 一個邋遢、上課不專心的小男孩,事實上, 湯普 老師很喜歡用粗紅筆在泰的考卷上畫大大的叉,然後在最上排寫個不及格!

某一天, 湯普 老師檢視每個學生以前的學習紀錄表,她驚訝地發現泰

以前的老師給他的評語:

一年級老師寫道:「泰是個聰明的孩子,永遠面帶笑容,他的作業很整潔、很有禮貌,他讓周遭的人很快樂!」

二年級老師說:「泰很優秀,很受同學歡迎,但他的母親罹患了絕症,他很擔心,家裡生活一定是讓人掙扎扎難過!

三年級老師:「母親的過世,確對泰是個很大的打擊,他很努力表現,但父親總不在意,如果不致力改善的話,他的家庭生活將很快地會對他有影響.

四年級老師:「泰開始退縮, 對上學提不起什麼興趣, 沒有什麼朋友,有時會在課堂上睡覺.

 直到現在,湯普 老師才了解泰的困難,而深感羞愧. 使湯普老師更覺得難過的是,當她收到所有其他學生用緞帶及包裝紙裝飾的漂漂亮亮的聖誕禮物, 而泰卻是用雜貨店的牛皮紙袋, 笨拙地包扎起來的禮物.

 

湯普老師忍著心酸,當著全班的面拆開泰的禮物,一條假鑽手環,上面還缺了幾顆假寶石,另外是一罐只剩四分之一的香水.有的孩子開始嘲笑泰送的聖誕禮物. 但是, 湯普老師不但驚呼漂亮,還帶上手環,並噴了一些香水在手腕上,其他小朋友全都愣住了.

 

放學後泰.施途達:留下來對.湯普.老師說:「老師,妳今天起來就像我媽媽一樣!」一等泰回家,湯普老師整整哭了一個小時. 就在那一天, 湯普老師不再教「書」:不教閱讀,不教寫作,不教數學, 而是, 她開始「教育孩童」!

 

湯普老師開始特別關注泰,而泰迪的心似乎重新活了過來, 湯普老師越鼓勵泰,的反應越快,到了學年尾聲,已經成為班上最聰明的孩子之一.雖然 湯普 老師說過她會平等地愛每一個孩子,但泰卻是她最喜歡的學生.

 

一年後,湯普 老師在門邊發現一張紙條,是泰寫來的,上面說 湯普 老師仍然是他一生遇到最好的老師!六年過去了, 湯普老師又收到泰寫的另一張紙條,他說他已經高中畢業,成績是全班第三名,而湯普老師仍是他一生遇到最好的老師!

 

 又過了四年,湯普 老師又收到一封信,說有時候學校生活很艱難,但他仍堅持下去,而不久的將來他將獲得榮譽學位畢業! 他再一次告訴 湯普 老師,她仍是他這一輩子遇到最好而且是他最喜愛的老師!

 

又再過了四年,又來了一封信,信裡面告訴 湯普 老師,在大學畢業後決定繼續攻讀更高學位, 他也不忘再說一次,湯普老師還是他這一生遇到最好而且是他最喜愛的老師. 而這封信的結尾多了幾個字:「  史爾卓。施途達博士」

 

故事還沒結束呢!你瞧!該年春天又來了一封信, 說他遇到生命中的女孩,馬上要結婚了,解釋說他的父親幾年前過世了,他希望 湯普老師可以參加他的婚禮並坐上屬於新郎「母親」的位置,湯普 老師完成了泰的心願.但你知道嗎? 湯普 老師竟然戴著當年泰 送的假鑽手環,還灑了那香水,是泰所記得他和母親共渡的最後一個聖誕節時, 母親灑的香水.

 

他們互相擁抱,施途達 博士悄悄在湯普老師耳邊說:「湯普 老師,謝謝相信我,謝謝讓我覺得自己很重要,讓我相信我有能力去改變 (make a difference) !

 

湯普老師熱淚滿盈,告訴泰:「泰,你錯了! 是你教導我,讓我相信我有能力去改變,一直到遇見你,我才知道該怎麼教書 !

 

" " 38 : “救一個,是一個; 一杯羹嗎?”

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A Teacher's Lesson 老师的一课:

献给热爱教育,育人, 树人的有心人

 

1997,我在一个国际主持协会的英文演讲中, 听到我的朋友 Ms. Helen Burkett,DTM

念了一篇 A Teacher's Lesson 老师的一课 的故事, 使我热泪盈眶. 多年来, 一有机会我就分享这个故事. 任何人要知道什么是中国真正的 年树人美国总统的教育政策揘O CHILD LEAVE BEHIND?别让任何孩子落队) 的实际意义,请问问自己,您是否激情地热爱教育,真正的相信与执行着有教无类的精神,而可以为了教人为了爱, 无怨无悔的愿意长年播种传薪之道. 请看看这篇使我热泪盈眶的故事,

虽然它不是真实的, 但是, 这故事的影响力却是令人终生受益.

 

为了教人为了爱, 无怨无悔的愿意长年播种传薪之道。 请看看这篇使我热泪盈眶的故事,虽然它不是真实的(维州女作家 Elizabeth Silance Ballard /Unga1976 原著, 1997 开始以网上邮件,电视,播音, 报纸等出现, 风靡全美).

 

这故事使我能在执行着有教无类的精神30年之后, 还是无怨无悔的"" 教学。

特此献给热爱推动教育树人的有心人。上天给予了我们丰盛的礼物,这信息的传递也是其中之一.

 

盼望您看后分享 (英文原文请看:www.nwbi.us) Essay Section

请看网上电视  (Video)),而也愿继续播种世界, 您可能因此而改变了许多人的一生, 从此将光明灿丽替换灰暗俎伤。 恳请将您明天盼望的希望及早传送,就在今天,现在为历史写出彩虹。谢谢您。(有心树人者,).

 

"海 外 教 育 专 栏" 38 : 救一个,是一个; 您能给一杯羹吗?

 

 

A Teacher's Lesson 老师的一课

 

许多年前, 汤普笙老师对着她五年级的学生们撒了一个谎:她说她会平等地爱每个孩子!但这是不可能的,因为前排就坐着泰笛.施途达: 一个邋遢、上课不专心的小男孩,事实上, 汤普笙 老师很喜欢用粗红笔在泰笛的考卷上画大大的叉,然后在最上排写个不及格!

某一天, 汤普笙 老师检视每个学生以前的学习纪录表,她惊讶地发现泰笛

以前的老师给他的评语:

一年级老师写道:「泰笛是个聪明的孩子,永远面带笑容,他的作业很整洁、很有礼貌,他让周遭的人很快乐!」

二年级老师说:「泰笛很优秀,很受同学欢迎,但他的母亲罹患了绝症,他很担心,家里生活一定是让人挣扎扎难过!

三年级老师:「母亲的过世,确对泰笛是个很大的打击,他很努力表现,但父亲总不在意,如果不致力改善的话,他的家庭生活将很快地会对他有影响.

四年级老师:「泰笛开始退缩, 对上学提不起什么兴趣, 没有什么朋友,有时会在课堂上睡觉.

 直到现在,汤普笙 老师才了解泰笛的困难,而深感羞愧. 使汤普笙老师更觉得难过的是,当她收到所有其他学生用缎带及包装纸装饰的漂漂亮亮的圣诞礼物, 而泰笛却是用杂货店的牛皮纸袋, 笨拙地包扎起来的礼物.

 

汤普笙老师忍着心酸,当着全班的面拆开泰笛的礼物,一条假钻手环,上面还缺了几颗假宝石,另外是一罐只剩四分之一的香水.有的孩子开始嘲笑泰笛送的圣诞礼物. 但是, 汤普笙老师不但惊呼漂亮,还带上手环,并喷了一些香水在手腕上,其他小朋友全都愣住了.

 

放学后泰笛.施途达:留下来对.汤普笙.老师说:「老师,你今天□起来就像我妈妈一样!」一等泰笛回家,汤普笙老师整整哭了一个多小时. 就在那一天, 汤普笙老师不再教「书」:不教阅读,不教写作,不教数学, 而是, 她开始「教育孩童」!

 

汤普笙老师开始特别关注泰笛,而泰迪的心似乎重新活了过来, 汤普笙老师越鼓励泰笛,他的反应越快,到了学年尾声,泰笛已经成为班上最聪明的孩子之一.虽然 汤普笙 老师说过她会平等地爱每一个孩子,但泰笛却是她最喜欢的学生.

 

一年后,汤普笙 老师在门边发现一张纸条,是泰笛写来的,上面说 汤普笙 老师仍然是他一生遇到最好的老师!六年过去了, 汤普笙老师又收到泰笛写的另一张纸条,他说他已经高中毕业,成绩是全班第三名,而汤普笙老师仍是他一生遇到最好的老师!

 

 又过了四年,汤普笙 老师又收到一封信,泰笛说有时候学校生活很艰难,但他仍坚持下去,而不久的将来他将获得荣誉学位毕业! 他再一次告诉 汤普笙 老师,她仍是他这一辈子遇到最好而且是他最喜爱的老师!

 

又再过了四年,又来了一封信,信里面告诉 汤普笙 老师,泰笛在大学毕业后决定继续攻读更高学位, 他也不忘再说一次,汤普笙老师还是他这一生遇到最好而且是他最喜爱的老师. 而这封信的结尾多了几个字:「泰笛史尔卓。施途达博士」

 

故事还没结束呢!你瞧!该年春天又来了一封信,泰笛 说他遇到生命中的女孩,马上要结婚了,泰笛解释说他的父亲几年前过世了,他希望 汤普笙老师可以参加他的婚礼并坐上属于新郎「母亲」的位置,汤普笙 老师完成了泰笛的心愿.但你知道吗? 汤普笙 老师竟然戴着当年泰笛 送的假钻手环,还洒了那香水,是泰笛所记得他和母亲共渡的最后一个圣诞节时, 母亲洒的香水.

 

在他们互相拥抱时,施途达 博士悄悄在汤普笙老师耳边说:「汤普笙 老师,谢谢您相信我,谢谢您让我觉得自己很重要,让我相信我有能力去改变 (make a difference) !

 

    汤普笙老师热泪满盈,告诉泰笛:「泰笛,你错了! 是你教导我,让我相信我有能力去改变,一直到遇见你,我才知道该怎么教书 !

 

"海 外 教 育 专 栏" 38 : 救一个,是一个; 您能给一杯羹吗?

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Excellent Message--Must Read--A Teacher\'s Lesson 老師的一課

A Teacher's Lesson 老師的一課

 

Many years ago, Mrs. Thompson stood in front of her 5th grade class and told the children a lie that she loved them all the same. But that was impossible, because there in the front row, a little boy named Teddy Stoddard was so messy and inattentive in class that Mrs. Thompson would actually take delight in marking his papers with a broad red pen, making bold X's and then putting a big "F" at the top of his papers.

 

One day, as Mrs. Thompson was reviewing each child's past records, she was surprised by comments of Teddy's former teachers:

 

Teddy's first grade teacher wrote, "Teddy is a bright child with a ready laugh. He does his work neatly and has good manners...he is a joy to be around,"

 

His second grade teacher wrote, "Teddy is an excellent student, well liked by his classmates, but he is troubled because his mother has a terminal illness and life at home must be a struggle."

 

His third grade teacher wrote, "His mother's death has been hard on him. He tries to do his best but his father doesn't show much interest and his home life will soon affect him if some steps aren't taken."

 

Teddy's fourth grade teacher wrote, "Teddy is withdrawn and doesn't show much interest in school. He doesn't have many friends and sometimes sleeps in class."

 

By now, Mrs. Thompson realized the problem and she was ashamed of herself. She felt even worse when her students brought her Christmas presents, wrapped in beautiful ribbons and bright paper, except for Teddy's. His present which was clumsily wrapped in the heavy, brown paper that he got from a grocery bag.

  

Mrs. Thompson took pains to open it in the middle of the other presents. Some of the children started to laugh when she found a rhinestone bracelet with some of the stones missing, and a bottle that was one quarter full of perfume. But she stifled the children's laughter when she exclaimed how pretty the bracelet was, putting it on, and dabbing some of the perfume on her wrist.

 

Teddy Stoddard stayed after school that day just long enough to say, "Mrs. Thompson, today you smelled just like my Mom used to." After the children left she cried for at least an hour. On that very day, she quit teaching reading, and writing, and arithmetic. Instead, she began to teach children.

 

Mrs. Thompson paid particular attention to Teddy. As she worked with him, his mind seemed to come alive. The more she encouraged him, the faster he responded. By the end of the year, Teddy had become one of the smartest children in the class and, despite her lie that she would love all the children the same, Teddy became one her "teacher's pets."

 

A year later, she found a note under her door, from Teddy, telling her that she was still the best teacher he ever had in his whole life. Six years went by before she got another note from Teddy. He then wrote that he had finished high school, third in his class, and she was still the best teacher he ever had in his whole life.

 

Four years after that, she got another letter, saying that while things had been tough at times, he'd stayed in school, had stuck with it, and would soon graduate from college with the highest of honors. He assured Mrs. Thompson that she was still the best and favorite teacher he ever had in his whole life.

 

Then four more years passed and yet another letter came. This time he explained that after he got his bachelor's degree, he decided to go a little further. The letter explained that she was still the best and favorite teacher he ever had. But now his name was a little longer -- the letter was signed, Theodore F. Stoddard, M.D.

 

The story doesn't end there. You see, there was yet another letter that spring. Teddy said he'd met this girl and was going to be married. He explained that his father had died a couple of years ago and he was wondering if Mrs. Thompson might agree to sit in the place at the wedding that was usually reserved for the mother of the groom. Of course, Mrs. Thompson did. And guess what? She wore that bracelet, the one with several rhinestones missing. And she made sure she was wearing the perfume that Teddy remembered his mother wearing on their last Christmas together.

 

They hugged each, and Dr. Stoddard whispered in Mrs. Thompson's ear, "Thank you Mrs. Thompson for believing in me. Thank you so much for making me feel important and showing me that I could make a difference."

 

Mrs. Thompson, with tears in her eyes, whispered back. She said, "Teddy, you have it all wrong. You were the one who taught me that I could make a difference. I didn't know how to teach until I met you."