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What makes a good teacher?

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1default What makes a good teacher? on Wed Sep 05, 2012 10:25 pm


from UNESCO (1996) What makes a good teacher? Paris: UNESCO

The teacher is to the students what the rain is to the field.Zaira Alexandra Rodriguez Guijarro, 11, (Mexico)
A good teacher should treat all pupils like his own children. He should answer all questions, even if they are stupid.Fatoumata, 11, Chad
To become a good teacher, you not only teach the children but you also have to learn from them.Tasha-Leigh, 12, Jamaica
A good teacher answers the needs of the pupils and not only the needs of the chosen programme.Omar, 12, Morocco
I like a teacher who helps me think and get answers for myself.Bongani Sicelo, 9, Zimbabwe

2default Re: What makes a good teacher? on Sat Sep 08, 2012 4:00 pm


Grate words from small people






3default Re: What makes a good teacher? on Fri Sep 21, 2012 9:10 pm


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4default Re: What makes a good teacher? on Wed Feb 12, 2014 3:41 pm


  1. Know the general education well enough to adapt it to the ability of their students. In situations where they are co-teaching in inclusive settings, they need to understand how to make curricular information and skills (as in math and reading) accessible to their students with disabilities.

  2. Assess students both formally and informally, understanding their strengths as well as their needs. You also assess and understand your students' strengths and weaknesses in terms of learning style: do they learn visually or auditorally? Do they need to move (kinetics) or are they easily distracted?

  3. Keep an open mind. Part of intelligence is natural curiosity. Great special educators always have their eyes open for new data driven strategies, materials and resources they can use to help their students succeed.

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