Shall the Teacher only Teach?

Education News | Jul-27-2022

Shall the Teacher only Teach?

There is no doubt that children's brains are malleable, and instructors play an important role in sharpening their minds. Students in a classroom come from various backgrounds and have varying IQ levels. Some are sleeping, while others are awake. Some people like to do all of their homework and tasks on their own, while others prefer to get help and research what they need. However, only a teacher understands the thinking abilities of these many brains. It is his/her responsibility to steer children in the proper direction and to make them aware of their abilities.

As time goes on, technology takes over, and most of us can't go a day without our smartphones. The habit of engaging with neighbors and considering them as family members is dwindling, showing the need of imparting morals to today's age. When it comes to teaching, there is no greater venue than schools. Today, our children require more physical socialization than they do time spent on digital social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram, and Tik Tok.

To be a role model for a student, a teacher only needs to demonstrate sympathy, use nice words, listen to their difficulties, and share everything. As a teacher, you may set a good example by doing what you preach. Most kids are influenced when a teacher seeks an apology after making a mistake. Owning up to your faults demonstrates the strength of your character.

A competent teacher would constantly utilize real-life examples to assist pupils in easily comprehending the material. Being practical is essential for motivating pupils to pursue an education. When it comes to practical tasks, pupils participate gladly and enthusiastically. Furthermore, after the day, they learn something new and debate it with the teacher. Children learn how to collaborate in this way.

The next important thing a teacher may do to provide moral advice is to instill positivism in the classroom via his words and deeds. Instead of being angry or dismissing a student who makes a mistake, a teacher should encourage the student to learn from it and educate them on how to deal with it. In this approach, a classroom may become a haven for children while also assisting them in developing a positive mindset in this cynical world.

When it comes to classroom management, negotiation is the most important factor. Students and instructors now have a very different interaction than in previous decades. Students are now aware of their rights. It is an improvement because there is now less of a communication gap between students and teachers.

By : Samaira Sachdeva
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