Who was your most influential teacher and why?
Probably my most influential teacher was my mother, who was a teacher herself. She was so proud of her work and always tried to make a difference for her students.
My 5th Grade teacher. She taught with such passion. She was truly concerned about her students learning.
All of my teachers were influential, even the bad ones.
I have had several teaches who influenced me - one was Assoc Prof Lang Chin Ying, Josephine who taught us Management during my MBA at University of Malaya. She did not believe in bookish knowledge and encouraged us to challenge accepted theories and concepts.
My 8th grade math-physics teacher. He is a radical environmentalist and did not accept people not giving 100%.
My most influential teacher was my own mother. She taught by the example that she lived.
With out a doubt my mentor, friend Dr. Edwin Crespo, he saw in me a thirst for knowledge and guide me in the direction where i can find my true passion, medical anthropology.
I have had many influential teachers. I suppose that is so, due to my love of teaching. My favourite aunt is a retired Language and Literature teacher, and my father used to write poetry and read a lot. At school, mainly my Literature and English teachers inspired me on this path.
My English teacher in school, he listened to what I thought
Mr. William Marshall. He was my English teacher in High School. And also the Principal of the school.
His dedication, integrity, knowledge, have been an inspiration during my adult life,
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