William Wordsworth wrote, “The child is father of the man.” We teach those children, the children who are laboring on their journey to be men and women. Often parents, teachers, and students only see where they are going on the journey, yet who they will become is a result of the accumulation of little and big, daily and random decisions on the path. While on this journey, they become adults. The pattens they see and adopt as children are not much different from what they will live out as adults. Let’s look at other teachers to see models of who we can imitate in our classrooms during this crucial portion of the path that God has placed that student in our home and classroom.