- This teacher left everyone online on a big awe as she did the most incredible thing for students who are about to take their test.
-She's unlike any other teachers as she fully dedicated her time to inspiring the children on taking the standardized test.
-Students were greatly moved by their teacher's thoughtfulness and sweetness.
-The teacher wrote different inspiring words on every desk.
-She made it personal for each of her student.
READ THE FULL STORY OF THIS INSPIRING TEACHER.
Originally, the story was posted on Newsner.
Teachers are a crucial part in molding the future generation of the world. They are the backbone of the education system.
For sure, each one of us has or had one teacher who motivated us to do the best in life.
Among these inspiring teachers is Chandni Langford. She's a fifth-grade teacher at Evergreen Avenue Elementary in New Jersey.
In 2016, Miss Chandni made the most wonderful and touching idea of encouraging her students as they're about to take a big test.
She wrote a personal message on every student's desk.
The school posted pictures of what Miss Chandni did on the desks of her students. They captured every message on each desk.
And thousands of people on Facebook got moved by what Miss Chandni did that they couldn't help, but share the school's posts.
She did the most incredible thing for students who are quite stressed-out of taking a huge test.
There's no better way to motivate the students, but to give them personal uplifting words.
What's another best thing that Miss Chandni did? She didn't write her name on every message, but she wrote it on behalf of all teachers.
Isn't she the nicest? Anyone would love to work with her as well.
Miss Chandni tailored every message, according to her student's characteristics and personality.
Miss Chandni felt the pressure that the students experienced last year. Hence, she made this effort to make it lighter for them. She even paired her personal message with a pair of donuts.
How do you find Miss Chandni's gesture? Can you share a story with us about your teacher who inspired you in a lot of ways and still holds a special place in your heart?