Wednesday, October 5, 2016

What You Need to Know About the Female Role Model Teacher, Madame Belinda Bame Wanyu

Have you ever met a teacher who extremely loves what he or she is doing? Talk of a Role Model teacher, female school administrator and the name that comes to mind is Madame Madame Belinda Bame Wanyu, Principle of Presbyterian High School Nkambe. The truth is that when a person is truly passionate about what he or she does, talking to that person is thrilling. "Developing a desire to learn is the kindling point of all classroom achievement" says Robert John Meehan. Madame B Madame Belinda Bame Wanyu who was recently named an Exemplary Teacher by the North West Regional Delegation of Secondary Education for producing qualitative and quantitative results at the 2016 GCE Ordinary and Advanced level, is teacher not to pgeon-hole with. She joins other teachers from across the region who have been outstanding in doing what they do with a lot of passion. As an exemplary teacher and school administrators, Madame Bame communicates with her colleague teachers on a daily basis. This allows her to make sure students and teachers are receiving the appropriate accommodations and modifications they need in order to make progress.

 A role model is a person who inspires and encourages us to strive for greatness, live to our fullest potential and see the best in ourselves, reasons why Madame Bame is admired and today many young girls would like to be like her. In fact, she is a woman emancipator, someone we aspire to be like. We learn through her, through her commitment to excellence and through her ability to make us realize our own personal growth. Happy Teachers Day, Madame

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