Free Essays on Cause And Effects Of A Good Teacher

  1. Caue and Effects of Peer Pressure

    2012 Causes and Effects of Peer Pressure Peer pressure has a much greater effect on adolescent teens than any other factor. Think about it, teens spend more of their waking hours with peers than family members. The interaction is direct, and much more powerful than the influence of teachers and other...

  2. Tutorial Problem in Egypt’s High School

    Private tutorials may have limited advantages in educating students but has caused many disadvantages on students, teachers and parents. As private tutorials became more popular, many teachers as well as students started relying on them to get education or teach, for instance, a student may not attend a...

  3. Causes of Stress Among Teachers

    a) Generating ideas Excessive workload Causes of stress Inadequate Large class size salaries Societal factors Involuntary transfer b) Focusing c) Supporting Introduction Stress could simply be defined as an unpleasant emotion...

  4. Writing Essay

    they miss too many days, they can fail and teacher will call their parents and let them know that their children didn’t attend the class. On the contrary, most teachers at college offer extra credit for students who always attend the class every day. Teachers at college don’t care whether they are in...

  5. Caning

    about the caning in schools has been reported. These problem occurs because of the discipline problem in schools is increase and cannot be control by teachers and they think only cane is the method that they can be used to fix the indiscipline problems among students. Caning should not be considered as a...

  6. The Effects of Bullying in School for Students

    The Effects of Bullying in School for Students Violence in the education which happens frequently is the fact. In Jakarta, students’ brawl almost happens every week, so that it is no longer interesting for those journalists. So far, when talking about the violence in students’ life, the topic that...

  7. Large Class Sizes

    nothing but prove that they are a negative effect to a student’s learning. These negative effects include: overwhelming the teachers, upsetting and stressing the students, and delaying their graduation. The first problem addressed is how overwhelmed the teachers may become when having to deal with large...

  8. Creating Effective Learning Environments for Learners

    materials The teacher should take into consideration who should be arranged in the rows and columns. The class arrangement matters a lot for effective teaching to occur. First, students should be arranged facing the teacher for easy monitoring as the teacher is teaching. Secondly, the teacher should now...

  9. Cause and Effect of Reducing Class Size

    Writing 6 First draft Causes and Effects of Reducing Class Size Improving the quality of education becomes common trend today. People have made many ways to support education. Most of schools reduce the size of class that make more chances for students and teachers to communicate face to face...

  10. The Fear of Mathematics: a Life Obstacle

    by the teacher in accordance with the curriculum, rather than being constructed by each child according to his or her level of previous knowledge. Aside from equipping the children with reading comprehension and vocabulary, parents also equip them with mathematical skills. It is good that some...

  11. Cheating

    morals of our society are being eroded through a variety of mediums. Those would include: cheating becoming acceptable behavior in our youths eyes, teachers being privy to the problem and not acting accordingly, less than exemplary public figures, TV normalizing cheating in many forms, and parents becoming...

  12. Drug Using

    elementary schools, they are forced to be on drugs everyday, in order to control their behavior at school. The use of these drugs is useful and works good in some area. After using the drugs, the children can control their behavior. There is an example of a little girl that began using those kinds of behavior-altering...

  13. The pitts

    Double effect criteria – The moral object of breaking up is not intrinsically evil (2) The intention of serving the lord is good, the foreseen effects are not intended to hurt the girls feelings but rather a consequence (3) The evil effect which is hurting the girls feelings is the means to a good effect...

  14. controversy paper

    As found in a recent editorial, posted by the research center of education weekly, their opinion is that year-round school would bring more harm than good. The following examples are what they see as the main problem when switching to year-round schooling; the cost to keep the school running, vacation...

  15. Perceptual Type of Knowledge: Social Cognition-Person Perception: Forming Impressions of Others by Al Tangcangco

    discussions tell me more about the reality in life especially in giving impressions to the people we usually meet. I am presently working as a secondary teacher, a part-time college instructor and at the same time a hiring officer in a department store. The topic teaches me well, on how to give impression to...

  16. Teachers' Job Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction: Herzberg Theory

    1.0 INTRODUCTION Teachers play a very important role in achieving the objectives of Vision 2020. Disgruntled teachers who are not satisfied with their job will not be committed and productive. They will not be performing at the best of their capabilities if they are not satisfied. Consequently, not...

  17. Violence in the Media

    entertainment. Most between ages 2 and 18 spend up to more than seven hours a day in taking some type of media. Violence in the media has varies of negative effect in which violent behaviour is the most influence. The violence in the media helps encourage and persuade children and young people to freely express...

  18. cause and effect of home schooling

    helping their children by teaching them at home? In most countries in the world, governments require children to attend schools in which trained teachers are responsible for educating the children using an approved curriculum. However a significant number of parents believe that it is much better for...

  19. Should Rewards and Punishments Be Used to Motivate Students’ Learning?

    punishments should be used to motivate students’ learning according to their needs and personalities of the students. Rewards and punishments have immediate effects and it can be used to reinforce behaviours. Yet, rewards and punishments can be mistakably viewed as the main reason an individual works hard for,...

  20. Stress in Academics

    major stress causer for many college students and often lead to more serious health issues. Most students perceive college to be a place where getting good grades is a must and anything less than perfect is bad. This is certainly not true of all colleges, but all too often it becomes a problem for many...

  21. Naeyc

    classroom allows me to access the strengths and weaknesses of my students and implement meaningful activities to further develop their academic needs. Teachers must use a variety of strategies to meet children’s social, emotional, physical, cognitive, and language developmental needs (Gestwicki, 2011). My...

  22. [Speech] Drug Abuse

    very good morning I bid to our esteemed Principal ,Mr Jack , honorable teachers and my fellow friends. As the head prefect of our school, I, Caroline Lee, would like to talk about the “Drug Abuse” which causes great concern among parents and teachers. First and foremost, the primary cause of drug...

  23. content on discipline problems in school

    be taught in school by teachers since young. Giving discipline lessons to the teenagers is able to guide them proper discipline which is necessary in their growing process including mental development. To be more precise, teenager are trained to be more able to maintain a good behavior through what...

  24. Voltaire's Candide - Summary

    Pangloss is Candide’s teacher. He’s the teacher for the Baron of Westphalia’s family and was recognized as the authority of learning for their household. He was considered to be the greatest philosopher in Westphalia. Pangloss was a philosopher that believed in cause and effect. Everything happened...

  25. Home Schooling

    Causes and Effects of Home Schooling Children Imagine that a child is approaching the age when he or she will begin schooling. So many questions are racing through a parents mind. Is the child going to receive the best education possible? Can all of the child’s emotional, psychological, and intellectual...

  26. Teen suicides some grammer mistakes but preety good...

    The purpose of this paper is to explain the causes and effects of teen suicides. Some causes are depression, stress, parents, drugs, popularity status, and self doubt or esteem. A few of the effects are the lose of a life, young or old, the anguish and grief from family and loved ones. About 30,000 people...

  27. Effect of conflicts among teachers on their own performance in school education department

    Effect of conflicts among teachers on their own performance in school education department Azmat Farooq Ahmed Khurram M.Phil. Scholar Supervised by: Dr. Saif Ullah HOD, Department of Education University of Gujrat, Pakistan. Abstract School is the area in which students not only study but learn...

  28. The Innovation of Education Management Model to Create a Warm and Harmonious Campus

    To explore new mode of education management in New Curriculum Reform Education is the spark that cause, the teacher is hard gardener, is the engineer of the human soul, is the human civilization heritage, carrying and hope that the future of the nation, but deeply aware of it, to take responsibility...

  29. “No curriculum can be regarded as acceptable unless it can be shown to make a contribution to the teaching of thinking”

    full of challenges and difficulties. Normally, this is the product by traditional curriculum but it does not mean that it is a poor way to produce good quality students. Last few decades, the education has been using traditional curricular. It is able to produce students that contribute a lot in this...

  30. pro et contra of corporal punishment

    used to be one strict teacher that all used to be afraid of. Just one sight of him, and you could literally listen to the sound of falling pin. Debate over pros and cons of Corporal punishment in schools started to surface during my schooling days and back then most of the teachers were forced to overcome...