Dare to be a good teacher

11 06 2012

It was my first year in teaching and most of the staff members look upon me with rage distrust.

Well lucky me there were few to understood my ways and method. As I have informed in earlier write up teachers are stereotyped in India and I suppose they themselves do that.

 One of the lunch break , a senior  colleague teaching my co-subject alleged – “ Maam, because of you students don’t listen or respect us any more”. At first my mind crammed with anger.

After carb’s reaching my mind it worked and I recognized the fact that – Student respect me and  on serious note they have liking and dedication towards my subject.

I think it was just about being a good educator.

Knowingly or unknowingly I followed few formulas which made me all I am-Image

1. I Really Wanted to Be a Good Teacher.

2. I Took Risks.

3. I had Positive Attitude towards my students.

4. I never had enough time to crib and gossip about student’s performance.

5. I cared for them and I really did.

6. I tried giving confidence to students

8. Tried to Motivate Students by Working Within Their Incentive System.

10. I Listened to Students.

11. I always felt not all talking is noise it may be learning.

12. My student has to have Freedom of Expression in class.

13. I believed and still believe my students are going to do big in life.

If you think you can do this, I bet… Students will like you and respect you.

Dare to be a good educator.

AND EVER, IF U HAVE SAID CHILD DON’T USE YOUR BRAIN.I KNOW BETTER, JUST LEARN FROM BOOK – U DON’T DESERVE TO BE AT THE POST YOU ARE.

          Above lines, formulas and opinions are mine and not imposed on anyone who does not want to improve.

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