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Qualities of teachers and students .

A teacher brings philosophy.Who is a teacher?  A great teacher is someone who is constantly in the     process of learning themselves. math. places and events. A teacher is someone not only with great knowledge of people. science and language together to give a three dimensional perspective on the subject at hand. psychology. . A person who learns something new every day and can explain it to others is a teacher. but how it all comes together. but the why. Not only the what and the where.

. a teacher is a person or an experience that has left a mark in our lives.  They have been examples for us as we journey through the stages of life from the moment we first opened our eyes to witness the world around us until our very last breath in our golden days.Who is a teacher?  In its broadest sense.

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Three Categories: Pedagogical Knowledge and Competency Personal Attributes Professional Attributes .

.  Knowledge of governing curriculum.  Awareness of different pedagogical strategies.  Awareness of different learning styles.Pedagogical Knowledge and Competency  Knowledge of key concepts.  Knowledge of available resources and technologies.  The teaching of relevant and engaging content.

 Application of effective classroom management strategies.  Flexible and diverse teaching practice.  Clear communication of tasks.  Challenge student abilities.Pedagogical Knowledge and Competency (Continued)  Encouragement of self-directed learning. goals and expectations. .  Building student security and confidence.

.  Empathic understanding.Personal Attributes  Modelling student respect.  Passionate about learning.  Nurturing.  Fair and non-authoritarian.  Personally committed to teaching as a vocation.

 Confident teacher presence.  Self-insight and self-control.  Advanced communication skills.Personal Attributes (continued)  Personal authenticity.  Effective interpersonal skills. .

 Seeks feedback and constructive criticism.  Ongoing development of current pedagogical thinking.Professional Attributes  Reflective practice.  Evidence based self-correction. .  Time management skills.

 Responsible behaviour (legal.  Appropriate modelling. ethical etc).  Appropriate personal presentation. .Professional Attributes (continued)  Participation and collaboration with school and wider community.  Effective stress management.

There is no age to learn. investigates. one need not be enrolled in any organization to be a student. Learning is a continuous process and it goes on till our last breath. The above definitions are very common. especially one enrolled in a school or college or any person who studies.Who is a student?  A student is a person that learns and obtains     education from an instructor. but true. . or examines. Hence. A person formally engaged in learning.

.  They do extra credit assignments when they are available.  They turn in all assignments.  They speak up in class.  Their assignments are done neatly.  If they feel they need extra help.Characteristics of a good student  They attend class regularly and on time. they let their teacher know.  They pay attention in class and are courteous and polite.  They learn to identify what needs to be studied in greatest detail.

Characteristics of a good student (continued)  They set short-term and long-term goals.  They learn to schedule enough for homework.  They see their teachers before and after class.  They enjoy being successful students. .  If they do have to miss classes.  They know they are responsible for their own success. they find out what they missed and make sure they understand all that was covered.

This rapport is achieved only when both-the teacher and student.Rapport b/w teachers and students  The student-teacher rapport plays a vital role in the     process of teaching and learning. the teacher-student relationship-also known as the guru-shishya parampara was prominent. .possess the above qualities. In olden days. Also. the student-teacher ratio in the classroom has an important role. There was a distinct line between the teacher and the student.

)  But all said. the above mentioned qualities have to be imbibed by the teacher and the student for more effective learning. nowadays. (or so it should be. . however.Rapport (continued)  This. is considered more as a friend.  The teacher. has changed over the years.

Teachers and students should be an inspiration for each other. .

ECE-B (82-91) .