A2Z2016 – Zeal for my Students…

Whew! I made it! The final letter in the A to Z Challenge of 2016.  As a result of this challenge, I blogged 26 days in a row.  My final letter is Z for Zeal.

According to Mirriam-Webster’s dictionary, ZEAL is defined as a strong feeling of interest and enthusiasm that makes someone very eager or determined to do something.

It’s 2:21am and I have been studying and preparing to take my 3rd semester final exams tomorrow (technically today in a few hours).  One more semester (next Fall) and I am done!  I am doing this because of my love and zeal for my students.  I am determined to be the best teacher I can for them.  My expected return on investment in them is that they develop a zeal for life and persevere through any difficulties they may be experiencing.

I am 100% vested in the social-emotional wellbeing and academic growth of my students.  I know the difference it can make in their future.

So, I do what I have to for my students – from the youngest to the oldest, shortest to tallest, quiet to the most talkative and fidgety ones – I LOVE THEM ALL🦁 

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Bushka says:

    Beautiful, Davina! Such commitment to students. I’m sure they will appreciate it…..Hugs!

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  2. lv2trnscrb says:

    That was such a cute picture with the lion and the cub 🙂

    Wonderful with the zeal you have for your students! I’m sure they are blessed having you as their teacher! Good luck with your exam! Congrats on finishign the challenge!

    betty
    http://viewsfrombenches.blogspot.com/

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