Celebrating World Teacher’s Day – 5th October

Today we are delighted to highlight the importance of teachers on WORLD TEACHER’S DAY. This is a great celebration and acknowledgement of just how much teacher’s are needed, wanted and appreciated. From our very first nursery days, right through to even post-grads, we all rely on them to educate us in all areas.

And, maybe there was always that one teacher in particular who could always get through to you, when others couldn’t? Today is that day to thank them, think of them, take the time to appreciate what you have learnt because of them.

Grammarly have put together a fantastic post, with the infographic below, that really shines a light on teacher’s all over the world. And we thought it would be fantastic to share with you!

grammarly world teacher's day

Ways to get involved:

Thank a teacher who made a difference in your life.

Consider donating to a non-profit organization that supports educators, such as Teachers Without Borders or Teach for America.

If you have any stories you’d like to share about your favourite teachers, please do so in the comments box below, or you can share directly with Grammarly, or on their Facebook and Twitter pages.

Grammarly.com is a super site, concentrating on proofreading, writing tips, providing support for professional and non-professional writer, and providing support and awareness to those who need literacy support.

You can now check out Grammarly’s Plagiarism Checker, which will check your text with over 8 billion web pages in the help to prevent sections of your work that have been published elsewhere from being duplicated.

We hope you can all share this post, and help where you can to raise awareness for literacy.

About Caroline Barker

I am a happily engaged mother of three and I absolutely love to read and write. Therefore, I am setting up a book blog in the hope to influence some readers out there!

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