This is what Teachers can Teach.

Via on Feb 13, 2014

This is mentorship. This is lineage. This is generational humanity.

This is what a caring teacher, willing to slow down and give time, teaches:

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1975 letter from Carl Sagan to high school student Neil DeGrasse Tyson. (via

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Carl Sagan: The Earth Day Speech, Animated.

The Most Astounding Fact. {Video: Neil DeGrasse Tyson}


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2 Responses to “This is what Teachers can Teach.”

  1. vanman1973 says:

    This is called paying it forward. Carl Sagan did this for Neal DeGrasse Tyson in 1975, and he's doing it for other young astronomers today.

  2. Vic says:

    It would be good to see more young students go in this direction, as this is our future.

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