Essay On Effective Teacher

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Introduction: Education is the first step for the development of societies and it has an important role in humans' social life. There are a lot of skills, techniques and practices that may help the teacher to be effective. From my point of view, allowing an environment in order to enable the students to learn in the classroom by using their different abilities is the main source of being an effective teacher. Teachers must not stop learning and searching for new methods and ways of teaching, but unfortunately teachers are becoming less qualified and powerless when it comes to giving good and effective education. They are unable to convey the messages they are supposed to give. They depend teacher based method in which they all the time give information without giving chance to students to respond. Nevertheless, teaching is not about giving information only; it is actually about what students can get out of this information. And for the students to be able to get benefit out of the information they have to use this information practically not only getting it. So, teachers should do their best to have the students’ attention, and help them absorb information. Such thing needs a good and a qualified teacher to do (Thompson et al, 2004). When effective way of teaching is…show more content…
They have to think of all the activities, criteria of evaluations, and procedures; and then to explain all the plan to the students to be aware of what they are going to do. Some routine in the classroom will help students to feel more confident of what is next, so they will have an idea of how to perform. This will be better than new rules every day. As quoted in (Moreno, 2009), “minimum number of classroom rules, which tend to focus on expectations of how to act toward one another, maintain a safe environment, and participate in learning” (P.
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