If you took a walk through a high school or college, the first thing you would see wouldn’t be students interacting or speaking with one another. Instead, you would see most students hunched over a screen as they walk to class. But that doesn’t mean that they aren’t interacting with each other. Unbeknownst to you, those students are in fact chatting with one another and liking or commenting on each other’s posts. Sure, they may not see each other’s face in this type of interaction, but their opinions are heard just as much, if not more.
A huge thank you to all the teachers around the world! May 3 is Teacher Appreciation Day, also known as National Teachers Day, and Teacher Appreciation Week lasts from May 2 – May 6. Teachers are invaluable to our communities. They nurture the growth of our students, both young and old, and inspire us to succeed with the gift of learning and education.