New Year Wishes to the Professor


Professor you have the ability to impact the lives of many. In your classroom, many minds are gathered waiting to receive the benefit of your education and experience. It is a privilege to be able to speak into the lives of other people. You have their full attention, so use that time to share all that you know about your craft.

There are bad professors and there are great professors. Great professors take their job very seriously. They are passionate about their chosen field, and they continually add to their body of knowledge by staying current in their field. This excellence is passed on to the students. When you love your craft, you can ignite a passion in others. You can pour knowledge from your brain to their brain if they are willing to receive it. All students will not appreciate this, but if you reach one student, you have accomplished a great feat.

Learning is an interactive process, so don’t be afraid to explore different methods of conveying knowledge. Professors use every tool in your arsenal to educate the minds that are in your physical or virtual classroom. Be creative and share knowledge through cutting edge methods. Always continue to grow as a professor and your students will be the better for your growth.

When you see a student that has achieved a great deal of success, professor you must understand that you had some part in that. Maybe something you said or did sparked a fire in that person. Maybe you just added a few logs to the fire that was already there. But helping people reach their goals is absolutely priceless. There is no price one can put on the joy of seeing your student succeed.

Professors many students are intimidated by you. Don’t make it hard to approach you. Yes, there is a certain level of respect that must be showed, but remember your job is to teach and assist in adding to the body of knowledge of your students. Make yourself available for questions. Show them your humanity. This will encourage them to ask the right questions to truly receive knowledge.