25 Inspiring Quotes Teachers Always Need to Hear [Infographic]
We’ve shared inspiring quotes with you before, but it’s not easy to say them all. That’s why we’re happy to turn to infographics like this one from AAA State of Play. It’s called 25 Inspirational Quotes for Teachers, sourced from E-Learning Infographics.
Here’s what they had to say about AAA’s wonderful infographic of inspiring quotes:
“Teachers work hard everyday to empower and enrich the lives of children. They play an active and vital role in shaping a dynamic, bright, and innovative future for everyone. It’s a labor of love – they deserve appreciation and admiration for the valiant efforts they make to empower kids!”
We couldn’t agree more. We love teachers and how they enrich lives with their passion and dedication to great learning experiences for our kids.
Inspiring Quotes From Inspiring Figures
The voices you’ll hear from on this infographic are many and diverse. Here are some examples:
“The future of the world is in my classroom today.”—Ivan Welton Fitzwater
“A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instil a love of learning.”—Brad Henry
“When educating the minds of our youth, we must not forget to educate their hearts.”—Dalai Lama
“Education is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire.”—William Butler Yeats
“To teach real peace in the world, we will have to begin with the children.”—Gandhi
Enjoy this infographic of inspiring quotes for educators everywhere. Don’t forget to share!
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