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    Best Teacher

    I know these have been posted before, but to go along with the teacher who picked on you, how about a teacher who inspired you?

    I'll go with Ron Krull from Welch Junior High in Ames (anyone remember Welch?). Ron was a history teacher and he chaperoned me and three pals on National History Day in Washington, D.C.. He taught us a lot and made us laugh a lot. He was an all around good guy.



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    Re: Best Teacher

    my science teacher in 6th grade tought me what dna is......



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    Re: Best Teacher

    Quote Originally Posted by Chizit View Post
    my science teacher in 6th grade tought me what dna is......
    and he/she did this how? They weren't collecting samples for CSI or something?

    Isn't amazing how everything is always covered with bodily fluids on CSI? I mean it seems like a disproportionate amount. Oh well.



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    Re: Best Teacher

    Quote Originally Posted by iowajazz View Post
    I know these have been posted before, but to go along with the teacher who picked on you, how about a teacher who inspired you?

    I'll go with Ron Krull from Welch Junior High in Ames (anyone remember Welch?). Ron was a history teacher and he chaperoned me and three pals on National History Day in Washington, D.C.. He taught us a lot and made us laugh a lot. He was an all around good guy.
    I remember him. I wonder where my Tempests are.?.



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    Quote Originally Posted by pulse View Post
    I remember him. I wonder where my Tempests are.?.
    I saw mine during my last move about 9 years ago. It was a high class production. Someone liked drawing castles.



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    My sixth grade teacher, high school chem and physics and my high school geometry teacher, great guys. Made me want to be a teacher.



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    My sophomore AP world civ teacher, my senior government teacher. Then 4th/5th grade teachers were awesome.



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    John Dabeet from MCC. Heck of a nice guy and the teacher that got me interested in management. Before I took Econ with him I was an engineering student.



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    8th grade algebra teacher. Always laughing.


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    Re: Best Teacher

    Miss Holst from 5th grade. Tall, slender, young and wore mini-skirts, and the class materials were stored in cupboards that were 8 feet in the air. Under which, was where my desk was located.

    I was inspired nearly every day in her class.


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