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Offline sadekur738

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What Does a Teacher Do?
« on: July 20, 2017, 02:12:54 PM »
Great teachers do it all. They have to. Across all ages, languages, ethnicities, and subjects, teachers are, and need to be, some of the most widely skilled people around in order to be successful. A day in the life of a teacher can vary greatly depending on the subject and grade level in which they teach. From Kindergarten to high school and special education to statistics, one theme runs consistently throughout every great teacher’s career: their job does not end with the school day. Although standing in front of the classroom is a huge part of a teacher’s responsibilities, they extend far beyond that into the lives of their students, their students’ families and their community. A great teacher may help a student-in-need after class, attend PTA meetings and root on the school’s baseball team on the weekend. A great teacher may also attend relevant conferences, network with other teachers and engage in continuing education to stay at the forefront of their specialty. Great teachers teach, and we all know that. Great teachers also do so much more. Great teachers motivate, inspire and lead. They interact with their community to affect positive change through their students and themselves. Great teachers change lives. Great teachers do it all. You can become a great teacher.

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Re: What Does a Teacher Do?
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2017, 09:18:02 PM »
Conventional teaching involves and focuses mainly on demonstrating before the audience or students. But modern teaching involves the great extent of important things other than the demonstration only. One of these important facts is counseling the students as students these days are more likely to get depressed and out of the track for so many reasons. So in my view, I think "Listening" should be one of the most important virtues among the modern day teachers rather than just focusing on the demonstration or feeding the lessons. Listening to the students can help a teacher get into the thick of the inside of the student to figure out the problems of a student, which ultimately helps the counseling more effective.
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