Check out the Remarkable Teacher Archive
February 07 2013
What do William Shatner, Sarah Polley and Adrienne Clarkson have in common? While in school, they were all inspired to do great things by a remarkable teacher, and they all told their stories of those teachers to the College’s magazine, Professionally Speaking.
Over the years, the magazine has showcased stories of scholarly inspiration from countless celebrities and notable figures in its popular Remarkable Teacher column. Now, you can browse through the complete archive of these articles by going to the recently launched Remarkable Teacher Archive page on the Professionally Speaking website.
Find out, for instance, how a Grade 10 geometry teacher taught singer Anne Murray a thing or two about performing or how renowned scientist and broadcaster David Suzuki learned how to set high standards for himself thanks to an English Literature teacher.
You can browse the articles either by name or year of publication. For a healthy dose of inspiration and entertainment, check it out today!