Hearts First, Lesson Plans Second




The best teachers teach from the heart, not the book.

In today’s digital age many people may question the merits of teaching from static textbooks versus interactive, real-time digital devices. Regardless of how content is displayed, to have a true impact, passion is a key ingredient to teaching success.

To discover and act on that passion, teachers can follow their heart. The next quote in our Heartfelt Quotation Series by PeachQuotes Studio™ speaks to what our hearts may see that is not outwardly obvious. This level of awareness can often lead teachers to notice less obvious feelings and experiences on a much deeper level. What does your heart help you to see?

2-13-16_TP_PQS_Heartfelt_QUOTE16_H_Jackson_Brown_SometimesTheHeartSometimes the heart sees what is invisible to the eye. —H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

Hearts seem to have the heightened ability to “see” that which may not be obvious to the eye. Our hearts “see” deeply, detecting unspoken feelings and sensing the hand that has not yet been shown. Perhaps this is why teachers seem to have bigger hearts than others? Using your heart as a guide may seem both scary and inspiring at the same time. Of course, that may be exactly what brought you to teaching in the first place.

What is at the heart of your love of teaching?



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We hope this motivational segment in the PeachQuotes Studio Heartfelt Quotation Series helps inspire you to use and follow your heart. Share with us some heartfelt moments that have occurred in your own classroom in the comments section below. We would LOVE to hear from you!

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