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World Teachers’ Day in the Philippines

World Teachers' Day

World Teachers’ Day is celebrated annually on October 5 to honor the efforts of teachers and to also raise awareness of the importance of the teaching profession. It was establish by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1994.

In the Philippines, it is celebrate with a month-long celebration call National Teachers’ Month, which begins on September 5 until October 5. During this time, various activities and events are commencing to honor and appreciate teachers, such as:

  • Flag-raising ceremonies and other school programs
  • Awarding ceremonies for outstanding teachers
  • Teacher appreciation seminars and workshops
  • Cultural performances and other social events

The Department of Education (DepEd) also leads the National Teachers’ Day celebration, which is usually at a large venue such as the Philippine Sports Arena or the Cultural Center of the Philippines. The celebration typically includes speeches from government officials, educational leaders, and teachers themselves, as well as cultural performances and entertainment.

This year’s theme for World Teachers’ Day is “The Transformation of Education Begins with Teachers.”

This theme emphasizes the important role that teachers play in shaping the future of education while ensuring that all students have access to quality learning opportunities.

World Teachers' Day

Undoubtedly, teachers have high respect and revered members of society. They are often seen as second parents to their students, and they play a vital role in shaping the future of the country. On World Teachers’ Day, we take the opportunity to thank our teachers for their dedication, hard work, and commitment to educating our children.

Here are some ways to celebrate World Teachers’ Day in the Philippines:
  • Send a thank-you note or email to your teacher.
  • Give your teacher a gift, such as a bouquet of flowers, a box of chocolates, or a gift card.
  • Volunteer to help out in your classroom or school.
  • Attend a World Teachers’ Day event in your community.
  • Share your appreciation for teachers on social media using the hashtag #WorldTeachersDay.

Furthermore, let us all join in celebrating the amazing teachers in the Philippines and around the world. Thank you for all that you do!

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