Daily Prompt: We Can Be Taught!

Daily Prompt: We Can Be Taught!
by michelle w. on September 21, 2013

What makes a teacher great?
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A great teacher will get to know each individual student. He/She will pay attention to who is learning and who is not catching on as fast as others. A great teacher will try to get some extra tutoring help for those students that are behind.
A great teacher will try to build a good relationship with all student’s parents. He/She will try to find out what is going on at home; Are the parents studying with their child/children? Are the parents educated enough to help the student? Does the home provide a quiet place for students to study? A great teacher can help the parents see what their children need and give advice on how to provide it.
Overall, a great teacher will not talk down to his/her students. He/She will recognize each students strengths and expand on them. I know there is more to being a great teacher, but I will stop here.
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