The Importance Of Teachers In Education

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It is the concern of my group members and I that students from k-12 are not getting the proper support from teachers. The idea that is implemented on teachers is to be supported and to pay attention on each and every student. Teachers are the ones who play a big role on the goals and aspirations every student has for themselves. A teacher’s personality and teaching style can have a deep impact on children’s academic performance and general development. If their teachers demonstrate that their students are capable of doing or becoming anyone in life it will create a motive in students that tells them regardless of their situation, they are in possession of who they want to be as adults.
Many students around the Monterey County have been in classrooms
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To shape the course of a young person’s future, as Jeanne Williams states “…a teacher is estimated to have two to three times the impact of any other school factor, including services, facilities, and even leadership” (William 2013). It is proven that educators have a high impact in students lives. However, if there continue to be in teachers whom style of constructing a classroom is causing students to be discouraged and feel intimidated, will only be the result of future generations to lose the interest in …show more content…
Is it today’s students who do not value education? No, poor teaching comes from educators whose strict profile has caused students to be intimidated. As a result of teachers maintaining a strict profile children lose motivation and tend to lower their academic standards. To prevent poor teaching in the Monterey county, educators should attend a mandatory motivational development workshops. By attending the workshop they can learn better ways to maintain control of a classroom and keep a stern profile, all while motivating students to see the value of education. Teachers are the ones who shape the student 's academic life, they are the people who cause students to want to continue with their education and become someone who can help the

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