Teacher Superpowers

In this time of superhero movies, I thought it was time to honor teachers as the superheroes. Here is a list of teacher superpowers.

  1. Teachers have the ability to transform a mere bulletin board into a true masterpiece.
  2. And they are able to keep calm in every situation.
  3. Teachers are pros at organizing and can convert any mess into something that makes perfect sense.
  4. And they’re able to smile and be cheery NO MATTER what is happening.
  5. Teachers have special powers that allow them to have zero fear.
  6. And powers that allow them to feel zero shame when participating in school activities.
  7. Teachers have eyes all over their head, and always know if a student is misbehaving.
  8. And they can make their students feel like they’re a part of a family.
  9. They have the ability to focus on at least five different things at a time — and not go insane.
  10. And they can read THOUSANDS of words a day.
  11. Teachers are able to make any subject interesting to students of all ages.
  12. And teachers literally make people smarter … every single day.
  13. Teachers are masters of kicking any kind of sickness because they are surrounded by germs on a daily basis.
  14. And teachers can consume food at a VERY fast pace, and still make it back to class on time.
  15. Teachers manage to get kids from all different backgrounds to come together and get along.
  16. And they are able to turn any space into a classroom. The world is their classroom.
  17. Teachers are able to function on little to no sleep, and still accomplish more than most in a mere seven hours.
  18. And teachers are capable of cramming a year’s worth of work into ten months.
  19. And to the world, teachers may just be teachers. But to their students, they are superheroes.

Thank  a teacher today.

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