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Qualities Teacher

Qualities Teacher



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Ciri-ciri guru berkualiti dan kualiti pengajaran berkesan
Ciri-ciri guru berkualiti dan kualiti pengajaran berkesan

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Published by: Wan Mustama Abdul Hayat on Jul 08, 2008
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Qualities of an Effective Teacher 
1. Makes student learning the primary focus of attention; transformsknowledge into effective student understanding.
2. Has positive regard for all students, and maintains respect for themwhatever their exhibited strengths and weaknesses.
3. Works to establish a positive and fair classroom environment, in which allstudents learn from one another and treat each other with respect.
4. Establishes high but not unreachable standards; provides support to enablestudents to reach those standards.
5. Values active over passive learning, and works to enhance students' ownmotivation and capacity to learn.
6. Attends to student "feedback" in organizing, presenting, and structuringmaterial, without compromising high standards and goals.
7. Models the kinds of understanding and wisdom that students should seek to develop.
8. Creates a serious and thoughtful learning environment, while using lighttouches and humor to create a sense of community.
9. Continues to learn from students and to grow in understanding of coursecontent; uses previous experience to continually freshen perspectives.
10. Holds himself/herself accountable to high standards of performance;seeks continual improvement in present and future performance.
Quality teaching is characterised by teachers who can apply a wide rangeof organisational and instructional strategies which are appropriate:
to student learning styles and educational need
to the subject being taught and
to the school contextin a disciplined and purposeful classroom
.This means, for example, that teachers:
have effective supervisory strategies to keep student safe
match the students’ needs to the work being done
know how to accommodate different learning styles
have thought about: how they themselves learn best; the classroomenvironment they providing for all students; and the relationshipbetween the two
 provide students with time to experiment with applications from a range of technologies
create enjoyable and stimulating learning environments
maximise actual net learning timeIn the classroom* this means, for example, that teachers:
maintain a classroom climate conducive to quality teaching and quality learning
 provide opportunities for students to work individually and in small groupsas well as with the whole class
teach students how to work collaboratively
 provide opportunities for students to seek help from and work with peers
link new material
to what students already know
to students’ own lives
engage students emotionally as well as intellectually
*the term ‘classroom’ in thisdocument is used to include all learning settings both insideand outside schools.

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