Middlebury

Make for Yourself a Teacher

Baccalaureate Address to the Class of 2005
May 21, 2005, Mead Chapel

The title of today's baccalaureate address, "Make for Yourself a Teacher," refers to a profound and enduring component of the human experience—the role that students and teachers play in the process of learning. The phrase comes from the Mishna, which is the body of Jewish religious law used and preserved in oral form until it was codified in the year 200.

Make for Yourself a Teacher

Baccalaureate Address to the Class of 2005
May 21, 2005, Mead Chapel

The title of today's baccalaureate address, "Make for Yourself a Teacher," refers to a profound and enduring component of the human experience—the role that students and teachers play in the process of learning. The phrase comes from the Mishna, which is the body of Jewish religious law used and preserved in oral form until it was codified in the year 200.