What Makes a Good Teacher Essay

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    Classroom management is an essential component for a positive educational environment, is what I took away from the interview. I was quite fortunate to be able to interview the new assistant principal at Crosby High School. This is her first year as an assistant principal, although she did spend a good portion of last year as an interim assistant principal. Before obtaining her assistant principal position, she was a teacher for more than 15 years. Therefore, if anyone would know about classroom…

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    (University of York, UK): “What makes a good teacher? Uncovering and assessing non-cognitive characteristics of effective teachers” In my opinion teachers are the most important persons in every student’s life. They are here not only for giving a student necessary theory, but they hold the post of psychologist, parent and counsellor. Furthemore, pupils at primary school can see his teacher as a heroe or an idol. So the question has been risen- what makes teacher a good teacher? What are the…

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    than that though, and when broken down, there are key ingredients of what makes a good teacher. What does it mean, “To be a good teacher”? What does it take for someone to make a difference while still educating the populace? Students need to be shown how to be successful not only in their work, but in their life. Think upon a cookbook for a moment. This item does not just supply a list of ingredients, for how are you to know what to do with them? Rather it supplies the ingredients needed, along…

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    through to get to the end prize. What a lot of parents and teachers don’t realize is that each child is different. Each child learns differently and will understand things differently, and yet we are still teaching children as if they are all the same and that there are no differences in the way that each of them learn. This leaves many children asking the question “am I good enough?” Leaving many children with low self-esteem about their education. We as teachers, parents, and people in…

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    management is crucial, and can definitely make a difference in-between a well ran room and a chaotic classroom. The first tip mentioned was beginning the year tough. I definitely believe teachers have to set the stage of what is expected and stand their ground to instill the procedures and expectations into the students, but this should also not be taken to extreme measures where students are uncomfortable or scared to be in the class. Also, it’s easier for the teacher to set certain procedures…

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    students. In school, we can learn a lot of things, but students need the right teachers and the material to be successful in life and for a better education. Jean Anyon in “Social Class and The Hidden Curriculum of Work” shows that in some schools they don’t have the right teachers or material because of the economy or the neighborhood the schools are located. Also low-income people do not get the same education as people with a good economy. As I can see the paper “Social Class and the Hidden…

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    Be a Teacher - George Mason University." College of Education and Human Development - George Mason University. N.p., 2017. Web. 24 Mar. 2017. https://cehd.gmu.edu/teacher/think-you-want-to-be-a-teacher/ This is a online college website source. This source explains what it takes to be a good teacher, degrees to become a teacher, and what degrees for what jobs. This source would be a good source to write a paper with because it explains to questions people who want to become a teacher ask: What…

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    Classroom Behavior Essay

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    in the classroom. It was very nice to hear what to prepare for as we go into classrooms, which have some of these problems. Every classroom has a child that has some kind of disability, and it was nice to hear their experiences. I think they did a great job on explaining the content. I really liked how they said to start every year with a clean slate. I think that is so important to teachers and to students. I remember in high school, some teachers already had a view about me, before I was…

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    Becoming a teacher has always been a dream of mine because of my love for kids. I believe I will make a great teacher when using these four components: professionalism, beliefs, guidance, and involving families. These four components help with becoming a good teacher, colleague, and person. Using these four components is my way of knowing I will be the best teacher I can be and to not give up on my dreams. It will also help me to make sure my students don't give up either. Professionalism…

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    people think of a good teacher they think of one that is nice, encouraging, trusting, and many other adjectives. Unlike most people, who change their mind on the career they want, I knew from the start that I wanted to be a teacher. I have many goals I hope to achieve when I am a teacher for example, making class a fun and exciting environment for the students and have them look forward to coming to class. I knew I wanted to be a teacher since I was young because I had a teacher that I had a…

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