The teacher has all the moods of life. They are joyful, sorrowful and glorious mysteries as he enters the path of this hard but noblest profession.
Before a teacher enters his classroom, he has given much attention on how to execute his lesson for the day. Materials whether visual or audio-visual aids were already set up to facilitate the day’s discussions. Almost  always hours were spent o prepare including the board work and evaluation at the end of the lessons. This is the daily routine  of a teacher. And with every grading period comes the computation of the pupils’ achievement.
A teacher’s daily routine may sound boring to some especially for those who do not love teaching. Yet, if you love to learn and share what you have learned, it will be easier for you. In the beginning of the career, you will find hesitations, anxieties and apprehensions. But just let it go and put your heart and mind that you love to teach and you like the profession.
Then one day in your golden years, you will not regret what you have done. For your former pupils will greet you say hello. In addition, he will continue say, “ I remember you being my teacher in Grade I. You taught  me how to read and write. Now , I’m a successful doctor.” He will then invite you and say, “when you need help regarding your health, my clinic is open to welcome you,” or, “Should  you have legal problems, you may see me in my law office.” This is the wonder of the teaching profession.
As a teacher moves on, he experiences joy in the achievements of his pupils and sorrows should anything not so good come along the way.

By: Gemma Baluyot Canare | Duale Elementary School Limay District Teacher I |

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