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    Why Should Teacher Not Be Graded On Test Scores. As we are sitting in class, waiting to take the test our teacher will be graded on, she is demanding high scores and seems quite nervous. Everyone is nervous, even me. I do not think I am going to meet her expectations because I am already not a good test taker, neither are my friends. Now that I know that this test determines whether our teacher is good or not, I feel pressured. I do not want it to be my fault that my teacher is in trouble for…

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    productive citizens. To allow them to form their own beliefs and facts and to form those beliefs. To help students figure out what they are good at and to help them with whatever their needs are to succeed. The students should try to learn as much as thy can and soak up as much information as they can. The student’s role is to ask as many questions as they have so they know what they are learning about, to be an active thinker and listener and to help others when they are…

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    one teacher that inspires you to love learning, and explore new fields of study. The teacher that gets you excited about learning new things, the one you can’t wait to get to school for, you know, the teacher that everyone loves, the good teacher. Then there’s the other one who does just the opposite, this teacher will make you feel insecure, and stupid, afraid to ask a questions. The one everyone loves to hate, the bad teacher. In schools, there are many varieties of teachers. No two teachers…

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    accepting of others. In this story she talks about how teachers have to get along with their students and how she doesn't want to be a teacher. She also talks about how to show grace while being a teacher. Lastly, she talks about listening to others and how life builds up your courage and resilience. The author is telling us that teachers need to know the gestures of grace. She also is telling us what teachers have to be like and what a good teacher is. In other words she is telling us that…

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    more rights that the teacher. Discipline is absolutely needed in schools. I believe discipline in school has become very hassle-free. This is mainly because of the relationships that parents have with their child. The parent and the teacher’s relationships are very weak. It is important for parents and teachers to strive to make students understand how vital a good…

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    The Feel-Good Curriculum by Maureen Stout presents an idea that I find myself able to relate to, and curious to learn more about. As a future educator, I find myself pondering how it is that our educational system is needing to dumb down the education. I feel like we should want to build America up rather than make grades easy to get. I know when I was in high school I felt as though I was earning my grades. Now I realize that it was the teachers giving grades away, and I find myself asking…

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    politically, socially and economically. However, the extent of a good education varies depending on one’s circumstantial influences. Students often find themselves accepting a romanticized outlook on what they are told defines a good education. In the classroom, pupils find themselves blindly memorizing formulas, reciting phrases and mind jotting dates and times to no avail. A good education comprises an ongoing conversation between student and teacher wherein a desire is incited to explore…

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    wanted to be the teacher. As I was learning more in my elementary school years, what it was a great game for me, began to turn into a goal for my life. I think in some way I always wanted to be a teacher, I remember how I liked helping my younger brothers and sister with their homework and review with them their lessons so they could have good grades. As I was growing I was very patient to listen to my classmates and give them some kind of advice (academically and personal). When my teacher used…

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    foreign language can be a challenging job. There are special skills that a teacher needs in order to be able to help their students and be an expert in teaching that language. As a future English teacher, I have thought a lot of what is the best way for me to teach English to students who do not have it as their mother tongue. I have been to many ESL classes and observed the teachers and I have learned a great deal. I have seen good ways in which they tried to relay the information to the…

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    I always knew that I wanted to be a teacher since I was a little girl. I want to be an early childhood teacher because it is important for children to know that learning can be fun and exciting. I know that it is important to have a student-teacher relationship. Having a positive relationship between the student and teacher can be difficult to establish. However, a good relationship will require good communication and respect in the classroom. Having this type of relationship between my students…

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