Teachers are sensational, I once would have said, when they totally love their jobs, and strive to help students expand their knowledge in a specific area. I once would have said that teachers are all alike, but now I believe that is a narrow point of view. The teachers I have had and the teachers whom I have encountered guide people differently, serve many different needs, and share knowledge to enhance the student’s understanding of ideas.
Consider these varieties of teachers:
1. Convenience teachers. These are the teachers with whom, if we did not have a problem to a solution, then our paths would have never been crossed. These teachers are the ones that know how to deal with specific complications. Having gone through the same experiences or knowing a good deal about the subject, these teachers give advice on how to go about solving a problem so that the same mistake will not be made again. For example, when we are mentally stressed, psychologists are consulted to help
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These teachers give facts to the student in order to show them how to learn the special areas that the student is interested in. These amazing teachers ultimately became our true friends. These teachers are good listeners, but rarely know the entire circumstances as well as the emotions that the student is experiencing at the time of the problem. Neil because she always knew the answers. As we went through the different levels of grade school, we cannot forget about Mrs. Also, when students are having trouble with a particular area of study, they request a tutor for help. These teachers have been through everything with us. These are the teachers who not only helped out in the area that we were learning, but went further and became our friends. Neil, our third grade English teacher, who helped our lives in so many ways. However, when we needed advice we would consult Mrs. For instance, Spanish teachers allow a student to comprehend the Spanish language, enabling the student to...