Times are changing whether we like it or not. The way we address each other has weakened somewhat. "Miss"! I guess that is an equivalent of "Mum" Different schools have different takes on what to call the staff, which is nice- even refreshing, at times.
I was in a senior science class one day.
The class were rather eye balled when I told them my school name was
Mzzzzzzzz Harmony (like a beeee)!
What does ‘Mz’ stand for?
No young people seem to know the difference between
Ms / Miss / Mrs and Mr / Master, and there is another, meaning not Male, not Female.
So, what does Mr mean?
So, what does Ms mean?
Our teaching days are memorable, if not for ourselves, for the children. Let's grab those memorable moments and give them momentum. Even the negative are learning tools, and hence useful for us. I am so grateful I have noted these moments, and trust you feel the same. Please send me any moments of yours you would like to share. Happy reading!