Teachers' Day is a special day for the appreciation of teachers and may include celebrations to honor them for their special contributions in a particular field area, or the community in general.The idea of celebrating Teachers' Day took root in many countries during the 19th century; in most cases, they celebrate a local educator or an important milestone in educationInternational Teachers Day is celebrated around the world on October 5 and aims to send a strong message of support to teachers. The occasion also brings opportunities to discuss issues faced by teachers.
When people remember individuals who have helped them, teachers are often at the top of the list. Teachers shine a light ahead to places that students can't yet see: a place where students find their unique talents and use them.Shall we try to count the ways teachers help students reach their potential? A teacher doesn't just provide lessons and grade tests; a teacher is also a cheerleader, a psychologist, a crowd-control expert, a motivational speaker, a nutritionist, a literacy advocate, a nurse, and a recipient of shiny apples and the pure love of a grateful child. Besides the usual note-passing, spitballs, or occasional tongue stuck to a frozen flagpole, teachers need to know how to handle the greater challenges that come with 21st-century living, like the use of social media, family crises, and explaining complex world events. But most importantly, teachers give unwavering friendship and support to the students who pass through their classrooms.Expressing gratitude can be simple. A warm word, a card, or just a shiny apple can show these dedicated teachers that you care.
In the United States, the first National Teachers' Day was declared by Congress on March 7th, 1980. Its origins began in 1953. Today many countries celebrate Teachers' Day. Unlike World Teachers' Day, which is held annually October 5, each country sets their own date for Teachers' Day.