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think u want to change about teacher

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think u want to change about teacher

  1. 1. Group Members  Talat Mehboob  Ahmad Murtaza  Fawad Imran  Shahrukh Haider  Maqsood Iqbal
  2. 2.  “Those who educate children tells.The good teacher explains.The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.”
  3. 3. A Teacher is a person who provide education for students. No matter how many years of experience you have under your belt. There are certain things that teacher should never do. Not only are the things on this list pushing the ethical envelope, they could also be damaging to your career.
  4. 4.  Don’t try to relive your student days your are the teacher not the student.  Be greatful those days are past you and you are now on the teacher side of the desk.  Don’t try to be too friendly or get too close with your student on a personal level.  Stay professional and make sure the students know who’s in charge.
  5. 5.  As a teacher you now have the chance to seethe bigger picture.  You have a gossip you see how cliques and bullying will impact students.  Use your teaching position as an opportunity to create an environment that can prevent the heartache and embarrassment you and yours friend experience in school days
  6. 6.  Don’t let loose in a community locallife does not have to stop just because you have become a teacher but if you want to continue being a teacher it will have to change.  Don’t be crass in class especially at the expense of a student.A teacher word are powerful so use them wisely.  Students take cues from teacher and how to dialogue and speak,so use language that is appropriate.
  7. 7.  Every teacher has the knowledge to know the difference between working hard and hardly working.  Every teacher has the power to create the experience and that shape the future of a student positively.  Teacher have the opportunity to be trusted by the people contact in the school setting.
  8. 8.  You don’t have to learns something new about teaching or even the subject you teach but you can learn it how to knit.  Recognizing your own excitement for learning new things and how you learn will help you be a better teacher.  Get over the idea that only childern should spend their time in studies.ba a student so long as you still have something to learn and this will mean all your life.
  9. 9. My teacher explains the subject matter to the point. Inspite of the fact that She is a good person and lecturer that I want. Some changes in the method of her teaching. My desire is that she should explain the topic in easy word. I understand the difficult words in my national language, So I request her to explain the topic in Urdu.
  10. 10.  She must be very polite and soft spoken.  Her behaviour should be loving so that the lecture is not boring.  Her attitude should be sympathetic. She can be lenient towards her students.  The way of teaching may be interesting and she should also discuss weather and talk about general knowledge.
  11. 11.  Some students are dull and some are very slow minded so the difficult matters and logical results should be explained in expanded way.  Most of the students avoid eye contect and either you get a response from one of the two or three who always volunteer or you answer your own question
  12. 12.  Few students to think about the questions since they know that eventually someone else will provide the answer.  I have suggested for a better way to handle questionning.  A best approach to quetioning in class is active learning.
  13. 13.  It has become common for instructions to put their lecture notes into PowerPoint and to spend their class time mainly droning through slides.if the students don’t have paper copies of the slides there is no way to keepup. If they have the copies they can read the slides faster than the instructor
  14. 14.  How much students learn in a course depends to a great extend on the instructor’s attitude. Two different instructors could teach the same material to the same group of students using the same methods.  Under one teacher, student might get good grades . Under other teacher, the grades could be low. The difference between the students performance in the two classes could easily stem from the instructor’s attitudes.
  15. 15.  The role of a teacher is to help students apply concepts, such as math, English, and science through classroom instruction and presentations.  Their role is also to prepare lessons, grade papers, manage the classroom, meet with parents, and work closely with school staff.  Being a teacher is much more than just executing lesson plans, they also carry the role of a surrogate parent, disciplinarian, mentor, counselor, book keeper, role model, planner and many more.
  16. 16.  The role of a teacher changes depending upon the grade in which they teach.  The Bureau of Labor Statistics notes the role of a teacher in kindergarten includesdeveloping skills that are necessary to excel and progress to the next year.  While the role of a teacher in the intermediate grades includes teaching specific information about a particular subject.
  17. 17.  Plan lessons that teach specific subjects, such as math, science, and English.  Teach whole groups, or small group the lessons that they have prepared.  Access and evaluate student's abilities (strengths and weaknesses).  Prepare students for standardized tests.
  18. 18.  Communicate student progress to parents.  Develop and enforce classroom rules.  Supervise children during extracurricular activities(lunch, playground, etc.).  Conduct in-class activities.  Plan field trips
  19. 19.  1. Resource Provider Teachers help their colleagues by sharing instructional resources. These might include Web sites, instructional materials, readings, or other resources to use with students. They might also share such professional resources as articles, books, lesson or unit plans, and assessment tools
  20. 20.  2. Instructional Specialist An instructional specialist helps colleagues implement effective teaching strategies. This help might include ideas for differentiating instruction or planning lessons in partnership with fellow teachers. Instructional specialists might study research-based classroom strategies.
  21. 21.  3 Learning Facilitator Facilitating professional learning opportunities among staff members is another role for teacher leaders. When teachers learn with and from one another, they can focus on what most directly improves student learning. Their professional learning becomes more relevant, focused on teachers' classroom work, and aligned to fill gaps in student learning. Such communities of learning can break the norms of isolation present in many schools.
  22. 22.  4 Data Coach Although teachers have access to a great deal of data, they do not often use that data to drive classroom instruction. Teacher leaders can lead conversations that engage their peers in analyzing and using this information to strengthen instruction.
  23. 23.  5 Learner Among the most important roles teacher leaders assume is that of learner.  Learners model continual improvement, demonstrate lifelong learning, and use what they learn to help all students achieve.
  24. 24. THANKS 

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