Originally Posted On: https://europeanschooluxembourg2.eu/what-makes-a-great-teacher-part-1/
Numerous studies have shown that teachers are significant in children’s lives and that they have an essential role in determining the quality of their childhood and their lives. They have one of the most complicated jobs today – providing quality education with a broad knowledge of different matters, knowing classroom management techniques as well as being caring, enthusiastic and passionate at the same time. A teacher’s job is not just a job; it’s a calling that will make you want to give everything you’ve got. But what does that mean and what are the characteristics of a great teacher?
The classroom is a small community with different rules and jobs for everyone, and every child should be aware of how important he/she is to this community. Everyone should be allowed to make mistakes and to learn from it, and every child should be celebrated for their achievements. Every student should be respected, and students should respect their teacher.
Teachers should come early to their classrooms and be last to leave. A good organization that will leave nothing to chance is what makes a great teacher. They have classes well organized, and everyone knows where everything is. Supplies are ready to help students with anything they need at any given moment – they might forget something such as a pencil, there should be a spare one, you’re learning about multiplication, there should be posters with the rules on the walls.
A great teacher will have high hopes for every student without pressuring them. Every child has its own learning pace, and a great teacher understands that. Teachers shouldn’t get frustrated and give up on underachievers. They should keep in mind that not everyone is good at everything. Otherwise, all teachers would be great, and there wouldn’t be any mediocre ones out there.
It takes a village, right? There’s nothing wrong about asking for help if the help is needed and every school has so many experts in different areas. A great teacher will use that fact and even include them in a class for some lectures. That kind of a small change can impact the tempo and the atmosphere in the classroom.
There are many different things that a teacher can do to improve, and these are just some of them. The important thing is not to give up. Teachers need learning too.
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