Think about your all-time favorite teacher. What makes them stand out to you? It’s safe to say you’ve probably been inspired by at least one amazing teacher—someone who helped you grow academically or had a role in shaping who you are as a person. For me, it was a high school civics teacher.
Teachers dedicate their lives to helping students grow in nearly every aspect of life. They act as mentors, role models, and friends. They demonstrate kindness, inclusivity, encouragement, and patience. And many have been with us through life-changing events and acted as confidants when we needed someone to talk to. When you take a moment to think of everything teachers do for their students, doesn’t it make sense that we should encourage them and remind them of what an inspiration they are? That’s why Thank My Teacher was created.
Thank My Teacher is a one-of-a-kind communication platform where parents and students can express their gratitude and appreciation to an amazing teacher. It’s free and easy to use. Just follow these simple steps:
- Create an account. And remember, it’s free. So, thank as many teachers as you’d like!
- Find the teacher you want to thank. If they don’t have an account yet—no problem! They’ll be invited to join when they receive your note.
- Write a thank you note and tell them how they’ve impacted you. Not sure what to say? Don’t worry. The Writing Assistant can help you find the right words.
- Read other messages of gratitude. Once your teacher approves a message, it will appear on their profile for others to see. If you don’t want your message to be shared publicly, you can mark it as private.
Through online tools like Thank My Teacher, we can make a big impact on those shaping the future leaders of our world. You don’t need to send a gift—your small act of kindness and encouragement is enough to brighten their day and remind them that their role is incredibly important. If you were to thank your favorite teacher, what would you say? Send your note of appreciation by joining Thank My Teacher today—because it’s our turn to inspire the teachers who have inspired us.