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    Smile A GOOD TEACHER IS LIKE A CANDLE - it consumes itself to light the way for others.

    HI,

    I opened this topic to find out your ( both teachers' & students') opinions about how you would describe a good teacher. For instance, if you have a 'problem class' where most of the students make troubles, disturb you class etc, what would you do? Would you scream at them? I recently found out that a good teacher never screams at his/her students, even if their behaviour is not adequate. A good teacher always have to find a solution ( gesticulate, modulation of voice, change the activity etc) to make the students to be interested in the field s/he teaches. So how would you describe a good teacher?


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    Default Re: A GOOD TEACHER IS LIKE A CANDLE - it consumes itself to light the way for others.

    A good teacher is patient. He (or she) is also courteous.

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    Default Re: A GOOD TEACHER IS LIKE A CANDLE - it consumes itself to light the way for others.

    hi,

    A good teacher shows the same interest in all his/her students.

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    Default Re: A GOOD TEACHER IS LIKE A CANDLE - it consumes itself to light the way for others.

    A good teacher is passionate towards his job.

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    A good teacher is a life-long learner!

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    Default Re: A GOOD TEACHER IS LIKE A CANDLE - it consumes itself to light the way for others.

    A good teacher makes all the/his/her students participate!

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    Default Re: A GOOD TEACHER IS LIKE A CANDLE - it consumes itself to light the way for others.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mad-ox View Post
    HI,

    So how would you describe a good teacher?

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    What students expect from a teacher?

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    Effective teachers create learning atmospheres which are cognitively and affectively expanding; learning atmospheres which enable the learner to become a more adequate and knowledgeable person.
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    Default Re: A GOOD TEACHER IS LIKE A CANDLE - it consumes itself to light the way for others.

    A good teacher, unlike a candle, tries not to suck the air out of the room.

    S/he maintains a healthy perspective regarding life and learning, sees students as complex individuals, researches and plans thoroughly, and tries not to waste anybody's time.

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    The last word.

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    A good teacher is someone people want to emulate (equal or surpass).




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