Teachers Change Lives
Yes, we change lives. We change our learner’s life to be competitive in this changing world. It is not an exaggeration to say that a great teacher can change a student’s life. There are an endless amount of great teacher’s stories that attest to the benefits of a strong relationship between an educator and pupil. Teachers are responsible for more than just academic enrichment and developing learners.
If you want to be a great educator, you must connect with your pupils and reach them on multiple levels, because the best teachers are committed to their students’ well-being both inside and outside the classroom. It is not always easy to change a student’s life, which is why it takes a great teacher to do so. Some learners just need an extra push to believe that they are capable to be one. Others may be going through something troubling in their personal lives and need someone to talk to. Whatever the student needs to help them excel, a life-changing teacher will be there for them.
Below are three aspects that are directly affected by great teachers:
A great teacher makes learning fun, as stimulating and engaging lessons to student’s academic success. Some students who are more prone to misbehavior are more dependent on an engaging teacher. Making your classroom an exciting environment for learning will hold the students’ interest, and students learn best when they are both challenged and interested. Motivating learners may not be easy, but which will benefit students immeasurably in the long run.
Have you ever had a teacher who inspired you to pursue a particular goal? Were you inspired to become like your own great teachers? Inspiring students is essential to ensuring their success and encouraging them to fulfill their potential. Students who are inspired by their teachers can accomplish amazing things, and that motivation almost always stays with them. Inspiration can also take many forms, from helping a pupil through the academic year and their short-term goals, to guiding them towards their future career.
Teachers can help their pupils pursue higher education, explore career opportunities and compete in events they might otherwise have not thought themselves able to. Students often look to their teachers as mentors with experience and knowledge, and, as an educator, you will almost definitely be asked for advice at some point during your career. Aside from educating them on the hard facts about dropping out, teachers can also help assess the problem and figure out an alternative. In such situations, teachers undoubtedly have the ability to change the lives of students.
Here’s our Daily Lesson Log for Quarter 3 Week 8
_credit to Maam Ednalyn D. Macaraig
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