Tuesday, 15 September 2015


Teachers are doing a wonderful job, hence they deserve commendation and recognition. On the contrary this is not the case. Some of us need to understand what it means to be an effective teacher.
1.       Teachers are passionate people who enjoy making a difference
2.       The major goal of teachers is to shape young lives
3.       Teachers get frustrated with students who have tremendous potential, but do not want to put in the hard work necessary to maximize that potential.
4.       Teachers love students who come to class every day with a good attitude and genuinely want to learn.
5.       Teachers enjoy working together with others.
6.       Teachers respect parents who value education, understand where their child is academically, and support everything the teacher does.
7.       Teachers are not perfect. They have terrible days and good days. They make mistakes
8.       Teachers want a principal and administration that supports what they are doing, provides suggestions for improvement and values their contributions to their school
9.       Teachers are creative and original. Every teacher is different, doing things uniquely
10.   Teachers are continuously evolving. They are always searching for better ways to reach their students.
11.   Teachers get irritated with parents who do not understand that education should be a partnership between themselves and their child’s teachers
12.   Effective teachers tailor their teaching to meet the needs of students
13.   Teachers want to be appreciated for their good work. They love it when students or parents do something unexpected to show their appreciation.
14.   Teachers do not become teachers because of the pay check. They understand that they are going to be underpaid for what they do.
15.   Teachers love it when they run into former students, and they tell you how much they appreciated what you did for them.
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