The Ideal Teacher
By Ariele Reynolds
September 15, 2009
An ideal teacher is the one we respect from our heart. He/she acts as a guide to the students, while not pushing them too much. Such a perfect motivates them and boosts their morale. He/she tries to encourage the students and refrain
The ideal teacher is creative, insightful, informative, and encourages students to solve their problems through deductive reasoning.
In my life I have had several teachers of all different types. I’ve been lucky enough to have people to teach me about life, and general living stra
The Ideal Teacher: The qualities that build a student to succeed.
Learning simply cannot occur in a class if a student is not focused and attentive. Capturing the attention of a classroom can be a difficult challenge. From their past years and experiences, teachers develop and adopt their own
Teaching is a noble profession. The teacher is a respected person. In ancient India the teacher had a place of respect next to one’s mother and father. In those days, men of wisdom with unlimited knowledge were teachers. Students used to go in search of such teachers to get educated. ‘Guru’ as
Portrait of a Teacher
A teacher is supposed to be the image a child gets of learning new things- mostly non-academic. The portrait the child has of the teacher determines how well they get to understand the concepts they are taught in class. The teacher should ensure that their activities an
An Ideal Teacher
One of the noblest professions in the world is that of a teacher’s. In ancient civilization, those with wisdom and an infinite amount of knowledge were teachers. Those that wanted to learn would go in search for teachers in order to get education, even though education was limite
From the moment we open our eyes at birth till the time of our death, our minds seek knowledge, we never cease to gain new experiences and curiosity never ends. It is a natural instinct of all humans to want to “know” and understand. Knowledge is the base of any good, solid society; wise, learne
My Ideal Teacher
I went to different schools and met a lot of AWESOME, strict teachers already since we didn’t have any permanent address way back then when I was in my Nursery to College (specifically, 2-years IT course and 1 semester Major in piano) life. As the question was raised in the class
Teachers, as we all know some are strict, some are lenient, and some are funny. Every teacher wants to be a good teacher. An ideal teacher is the one who is loved and respected by every student. A student will remember such a teacher long. How can a teacher become an ideal teacher? For years...
A safe and secure environment is another area to be considered by a ‘good teacher’ this does apply to any FE area, but especially in the secure environment. Many learners do like to know that the training environment is a safe place to be and discipline is maintained, taking into consideration a
The General Prologue fulfils two functions: it tells the story of how the tales came to be told, and it introduces the tellers. There are about thirty pilgrims travelling to Canterbury to pray to the holy blissful martyr- St. Thomas of Becket. These characters can be considered the po
The teacher is the person who sows not only the seeds of knowledge in his student , but also he has a influence upon their attitude toward the school, the people and the world that surround us. He has also a special influence in modeling his students, their features and their character .
What is the true definition of teacher ? Is he simply a person whose occupation is teaching or he who guides, inspires the life of a pupil? Both the question and answer are difficult. But India has her own answer and from time immemorial, Hindu civilization has been considering teacher as the true r
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If I were a Teacher
When I was young, I was fond of playing the role of a teacher. I would imagine a class of children in front of me, a black
My View of the Ideal Teacher
The ideal teacher has a lasting positive impression on her students. I have had multiple positive student teacher experiences through my many years of formal education. Until this assignment, I had not spent a great deal of time contemplating the attributes of an id
acherI have not yet formed a definite opinion regarding which profession suits me the best. At different times, I have toyed with the idea of being a doctor, an engineer, and a journalist. There are moments when, dipping into the future, I see myself as a teacher, an ideal teacher of course. Even no
A teacher needs to help children learn. With an ideal teacher you’ll find that you have learnt something new at the end of every lesson. To do this, they must have a zest for their subject and teaching. Making children learn is easier than it sounds and a teacher will need many skills and the righ
Qualities of a good teacher – with special reference to Quality Circle
“The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it,
but that it is too low and we reach it.”----Michelangel
BY Prof. Amrita Chourasia and Prof Kumkum Singha
In my school there are many teachers. Each one teaches us different subjects. Although all of them are fairly good, there is one teacher whom I love and admire the most. Her name is Mrs. Grace Gilo. There are some teachers, who hardly ever make an impact on, or touch someone’s life for the better.