Crossing Bridges

Freedman, Rayna Lee
June 2009
Kappa Delta Pi Record;Summer2009, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p188
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the noble effort and value of teachers. She recounts her personal experience on how she had been touched by a teacher, who created and gave her lessons to shape her mind, challenge her to work with other students, and to develop her creativity. The author remembers how her teacher taught them to share their knowledge and experiences, and to served as bridge for students.


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