The greatest teachers were not the just the greatest students during their schooling years. They are still the greatest students...even as a teacher. As education becomes more focused on a standardized system, teachers are pushed to merely teach the curriculum that they are given, hand out the assigned worksheets, grade the tests, and progress their students to the next level. Few teachers break this mold that has become so prevalent in the educational system by challenging students to a higher level of thinking. One of them is Mr. Robinson.
Born and raised in South Africa, Mr. Robinson came to America on a golf scholarship to ORU before deciding to make teaching his profession. Ever since, he has taught hundreds of students about God's principles in relation to life, family, and learning. One of those lucky students is Matthew Delaney who had the privilege of being in his class for two years. This book is a collection of memories about an eager student learning from the best student, and consequently the best teacher: Mr. Robinson.
Matthew Delaney will be attending Oral Roberts University Fall 2012 to further his education. Matthew is a dedicated student and an avid learner of the spoken and written word. He attends Church on the Move and lives with his dad, mom, sister, and brother.