By N. Golovatenko, gr.503
An Ideal Teacher
“I never teach my pupils. I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn” Albert Einstein
“Good teaching is more a giving of right questions than a giving of right answers” Josef Albers Plan:
To make an introduction (state the problem): What makes an ideal teacher as a teacher`s diploma is not a guarantee of it? Features which create an ideal image:
The ideal teacher must be competent in his subject and also be “keen on it” The ideal teacher must be able to transfer knowledge in a clear and enjoyable way The ideal teacher has no teacher`s pets
Relationships between students and teachers should be based upon mutual trust and understanding Endless patience is nearly the main virtue of the ideal teacher Features which allow common teachers approximate to the ideal image: The teacher must have so much courage to get into a mess to impact his students To make a conclusion: It is hard to become the ideal teacher, but it is achievable if you even can pull disciples out from a comfort zone .
Since the dawn of time teachers bring the light of knowledge. They are people with whom each of us shares 9 or 11 years of life, from whom we assimilate values and information, and who help us to build our personal world view. Have you ever asked the question: What makes an ideal teacher? It's no secret even though an alumnus has a teacher`s diploma it does not guarantee that he can really be considered as a teacher. What qualities distinguish a teacher, respected and beloved by his disciples?
First of all, an ideal teacher must know his subject, because it doesn't matter how nice a teacher is if he doesn't know what he's talking about. But, of course, there is one important concern - how the teacher goes about imparting that knowledge . A majority of students dream of a teacher who is confident and who obviously enjoys his profession and specialization. The more a teacher addicts, the more successfully he will...
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