Albert Einstein has indicated that “It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” His statement is definitely a rationale explanation for the question: “What makes a great teacher?”As a three-year Physics teacher, in my opinion, to be a good teacher you should provide updating lessons, an interesting, joyful class atmosphere and behave to students with your kindness.
First, good teachers are the people who can bring the most creative and updating lessons to their student because what your students want most is to gain knowledge. Therefore, it is advisable that you have to keep up with the latest developments in your field and lessons are always up-to-date.
Secondly, you are clear what it is like to be bored in class with repetition, so you will make class to be interesting and joyful. Our mind is stimulated with the interesting and motive things. You neither repeat many times your material nor read it from old notes. Instead, you lecture the lessons with discussion and make class to be lively with any of famous physicists. For instance, I try to show my students variety of video clips relating to the motions of molecular formula which are more active and colorful than some monotonous pictures and words in the textbooks. Most importantly, you must express yourself clearly. You do not speak too rapidly and your voice is loud enough so that it can be heard by everyone in the classroom. And another methods to create innovative class, you present lessons in a clear and structured way. Hence, it is advisable for a good teacher to be creative and innovative in order to provide attractive and informative lessons.
Last but not least, a good teacher remembers how sensitive your feelings were when you were young. You must know how important your friendship can be and never unkind or furious. Good teachers are warm and caring. Teachers with these qualities are known to stay after school...