15 of Our Favorite Poems About Teaching
Do you love teaching as much as we do? If so, here is a list of favorite poes about teaching.
Raising Their Hands by Julia Lisella
Sometimes I dream about my students.
Teachers by Kevin William Huff
It all begins with a teacher.
Lessons of Another Kind by Leslie Owen Wilson
Learning instead is a powerful message.
My Teacher Wasn’t Half As Nice As Yours Seems To Be by Roald Dahl
Let us praise teachers who today are all so fine!
A Teaching Fantasy by Margaret Hatcher
Someday one may catch your attention.
The Silliest Teacher in School by Darren Sardelli
What is all this fuss?
Teachers by Beryl L Edmonds
A dedication to teachers everywhere.
Subject to Change by Marilyn L. Taylor
They seem to glitter with perfection.
The Hand by Mary Ruefle
When you just want someone to answer, but they daydream instead.
A Teacher’s Lament by Kalli Dakos
I’m tired of all your excuses; they are really a terrible bore.
Room 19, Eakin Elementary by Diane Gilliam Fisher
It’s not allowed to visit with your neighbors.
Teaching Dreams by Cecil B. Morris
Some nights students return to me.
Marked for Life by Janie Reinart
Marking the progress of your struggle to learn.
Opposites by Eileen Snook
Overweight, overtired, and overlooked.
What Teachers Make by Taylor Mali
You want to know what I make?