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May 3, 2016 / KingsIsle Community

Teacher Appreciation Day

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Students of the Spiral, we’re so happy to have you join us for Teacher Appreciation Day.  Whether you play Pirate101 our Wizard101, you’re going to find an interesting Teacher to give you new knowledge and take your characters to new heights of power.  Today we’re going to spotlight a couple of outstanding teachers of the Spiral, and let you know why we think they’re so special.

 

Moolinda Woo

If you’re not familiar with her past, here’s a video to quickly catch you up to speed:

Just as the video says, “Teaching has become her greatest joy, and she brings that joy for Life to each and every lesson.” This is just one the many reasons why we’re honoring teachers today! Our favorite teachers love what they do and encourage all their students to grow strong.

The Commodore

Teachers like the Commodore are what make learning fun! Storytelling is the oldest form of teaching. Stories define us, shape who we are, and inspire us to be better. Everyone loves a teacher who has a million good stories, and The Commodore is one of those types of teachers.

It goes without saying that teachers are invaluable in shaping the young minds of their students. While Wizard101 and Pirate101 teachers/trainers give our characters powerful new spells and challenges to stretch their knowledge, real world teachers do so much more. We’d like to take a moment to thank all the hardworking teachers out there who helped shape our KingsIsle Employees. Without your direction and passion to teach us, who knows if the games we love would even exist?  Thank you!

Who’s your favorite teacher and what quality do they possess that inspires you? Leave us a comment and share your teacher admiration with us!

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  1. Chrissy The Blesser / May 3 2016 3:58 pm

    My third grade teacher (Mrs. Brewer, I think but my memory never has been good with names) triggered my love for books. Every day she read a chapter out loud to us from “A Little Princess” by Frances Hodgson Burnett. I could not wait for reading period each day so I could see what happened to poor Sara. She went on to read Frances’ A Secret Garden & Little Lord Fauntleroy but I was already entranced by the wonderful worlds I could enter just by reading. My love for reading gave me the tools to become a great student and nicely educated adult along with my delight for fantasy which led to KI games in the first place. Teaching a hard job and is highly underrated and underpaid. These wonderful folks shape lives and the teachers I had sent me on delightful mental journeys that taught me valuable lessons on how to be a better human being. A huge thank you to teachers everywhere, including Ravenwood and Skull Island. *Chrissy Hugs* to all of them. ❤

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