Ten Characteristics That Make An Awesome Teacher
Shin_LoveLife gathers information from other youngsters on to build the Ten Characteristics That Makes An Awesome Teacher.
As we head to high school, college and even university, check the list for identify the awesome teachers in your place of learning. For the bad teachers, direct them to this post, to make them more awesome.
I decided the best way to express these characteristics would be by using cat gifs.
A patient teacher has a better chance of getting along with “difficult” children.
Be willing to do anything (within reason) for your students, because you love teaching.
3. Down with the kids
Having an understanding of what’s cool will help your rep.
4. Be Specific
Know what you want the outcome to be, don’t go round and round in circles.
5. Be Approachable
Don’t shut students out. Be open.
6. Be Disciplined
Or have the ability to discipline when the line has been crossed.
7. Be Confident
Even if you’re not sure what you are doing – pretend.
8. Be Supportive
Sometimes students need an adult to confide in.
9. Be Honest
Honesty is the best policy. Don’t promise what you can’t execute.
10. Be Authoritative
At the end of the day, you are the teacher so stand your ground.
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