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How do you feel about your teacher?

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A good teacher always hears whatever he is telling in front of the students. So he is teaching himself.

Students might be hearing 50-70 % of whatever the teacher told. But the teacher would be hearing 100%, assuming himself  to be dedicated upon the subject.

He becomes the best teacher if he could motivate his students to generate curiosity and desire to learn on their own.

He may not be able to answer the entire questions asked by students on the same moment. (He would be answering after referencing if couldn’t do on the spot). But even then, I will rate him as the best teacher as he could make the students to think and raise questions from their curiosity.curious

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Author: Akhila

I am flying across the space between words and whipping up whimsical waves of notion to discern the quantum code of my soul.

28 thoughts on “How do you feel about your teacher?

  1. Nice post..the ‘curious cat’ added the flavour…

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  2. I recalled exact Dr.Kalam’s words

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  3. Perfect post as perfect you!!

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  4. Perfectly right Akhila!

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  5. Fab post. A teacher must be 100 % aware and present of what they are saying or portraying to any given student. 🙂

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  6. Well said ! But people these days expect them to be a robo of knowledge, they mock if they fumble at any question. That’s what i hate. Real teacher is he who motivates and develop curiosity, and i always love my teachers 🙂

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  7. Akhila, teachers play the important role in our life. 🙂

    Really great post. 😊

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  8. I have been posting in Admiration Weekly Challenge about Teachers who inspired me by Giving thanks! For your reading and feedback https://zerocreativity0.wordpress.com/2016/05/05/paul-rand-every-thing-is-design/

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