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  1. xiaoen's Avatar
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    Job interview: I believe that teachers are in the classes for . . . .

    Job Interview between a boss and a new teacher

    : 22. How Would You Win The Hearts of Your Students?

    Teacher: I believe that teachers are in the classes for their students, not contrariwise. I always look at every lesson, exam, or after school activity from the point of view of the children. Will it help them in the future? Are they going to enjoy it? Does the goal of the activity correspond with the overall direction we try to lead them in? I always ask myself these questions and believe that is the way to win their hearts – to do things for them, not for us. Children are sensitive. One can win their hearts by being humble and friendly. An authoritative approach builds barriers between teachers and pupils, and it makes it impossible to win their hearts. I would simply try to communicate with them on their level. I would listen to their needs. That’s the best thing I can do to win their hearts and respect.

    Is the teacher's answer natural to you?

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