Six-Word Saturday: Changed


As I teach, I am changed.

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Posted on December 5, 2009, in Six-Word Saturday. Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

  1. hmmm…another wonderful message to ponder….I always take away something good to think about from my visit here on 6WS. thank you! ūüėÄ

  2. What a truth! “Change” seems to be an ongoing theme amongst to many of us of late. It’s a good thing. It’s great to see it happening with so many of us at the same time – like a big collective movement of growth. I love it. Thanks for the reminder.

  3. as you teach, they are changed ūüėČ

    A gift all around!

  4. The student is teaching the teacher.

  5. Rats! Jeanie took my brilliant thought.

    So – what goes around, comes around.

    Here, I’m settling for second best.


  6. What a great sentiment. Happy SWS. I like this because it rings very true. I find that as I study more, If I can teach the information that I’m learning, to someone else, it helps me retain it. So as I teach, I learn something too.

  7. Change could be good or not.
    ( Six word response to your six words)

  8. This is my 16th year to teach. As I have taught, I have changed, too. But becoming a mother made me a better more “in-tune” teacher. Now I see the challenges from both sides. Now the requisite homework does not have to be the “be all, end all”. Who I am as a teacher now has greatly changed in 16 years. Hopefully, I am a better and more loving teacher.

    Thanks for stopping by on my blog and the comment today. Hang in there til the break. Cheers, Lisa

  9. Thanks for dropping by my blog.

    Great 6 words!

  10. God bless our teachers!

  11. Love your words. I’ve always felt it was impossible to give without receiving but apparently it is also not possible to teach without also being taught.

    Thanks for playing 6WS!

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