Free Essays on Importance Of Teachers

  1. Causes of Mass Failure in English Language in Some Schools

    100 English teachers were randomly selected as a sample of the study. A questionnaire for secondary school teachers was developed to collect data. To analyze and interpret data, simple percentage was used. Results of the study showed that majority of the respondents approved that teacher of English are...

  2. BRM Use of It in schools

    for judging ones capabilities and future potential. In a country where the supply of qualified and educated population surpasses the demand, the importance of marks increases multifold. This adds further pressure of the students to perform well in their XII standard board exams as it may be a determinant...

  3. Low Cost Teaching Material

    presentation’s aim is to provide teachers with ten low-cost teaching tools. Moreover, it seeks to explain the importance of using these tools and how they can be used in several ways, as Kevin McCaughey states in his article. 3. Tool 1: Scissors (and scratch paper)Importance of using scissors: they transform...

  4. Importance of Research

    IMPORTANCE OF RESEARCH IN SCHOOL SOCIETY AND TEACHER The importance of research for education Research is important because it allows us to assess and review the quality of schools and education. It allows us to for improvement and policy change. It is help to find how research affects in your community...

  5. School Policy

    essay to discuss the evidence of professionalism in my setting in relation to the schools own guidelines and the national standards set down by the Teachers’ Standards. Definition of professionalism noun * 1 [mass noun] the competence or skill expected of a professional:the key to quality and efficiency...

  6. Importance of Technology in Classroom

    Importance of Technology in the Classroom Importance of Technology in the Classroom Technology is either a boon or bane, depends how and for what purpose it’s being used. If technology is used to cure diseases in people, to help people communicate with each other across geographical boundaries,...

  7. how to make expriments

    case your problem will be solved, what will be its importance to the school or to the community? Will your findings benefit others? VII. TIME TABLE a. How are you going to schedule the making of your project against the deadline set by your teacher? Are your schedules attainable VI.  IMPLICATION ...

  8. Developmental Assets for Adolescents

    environment to learn and grow in. More focus will go to the student, from the teacher, who is teaching the lessons. The teacher will have more time to teach without or minimal distractions. High Expectations-Both parent(s) and teachers encourage the young person to do well. Adolescent suicide - When I...

  9. Teacher as a Nation Builder

    Essay On THE TEACHER AS A NATION BUILDER The importance of the teacher in national life cannot be over-emphasized. It is he who influences the immature minds of the youth. He treats and tries to mold the living stuff into various forms. The future of the nation is fashioned by him through the process...

  10. Adopting Other Culture's Ideas

    the other hand, the Asian educational system promotes higher quality of teaching methods, builds students’ motivation to learn, and stresses the importance of students’ effort and diligence as an approach to achievement in schools. Nevertheless, it deprives away students’ freedom to think creatively...

  11. Importance of Lesson Plan

    Lesson plan prepares a lot of importance and benefit to the teachers and learners. Hence, here there are following importance that included in lesson plan. First, lesson plan shows the importance in teacher parts. Mostly, teachers use the lesson plan as their guide to teach the same subject or topic...

  12. Assessment Crisis: the Absence of Assessment for Learning

    flaw-based on the societal views of what role assessment should take in the schools. The article also addresses the question of whether or not the teachers are equipped to face the challenges of assessment when graduating from the teaching programs, and finally the benefits students, educators, and parents...

  13. The Development of an Employee Satisfaction Model for Higher Education

    education focus on students as customers, and evaluate student levels of satisfaction/dissatisfaction with their programs, while generally neglecting teacher work satisfaction. Thus, this study evaluates how employee dissatisfaction with various investment items determines the improvement priority. Design/methodology/approach...

  14. Volunteering. What does it mean?

    out someone such as a friend, teacher or parent, one is immediately seen as selfless and helpful. When you help a teacher to clean he classroom or get involved in cleanliness campaign at the school level or other community projects, your standing would be elevated. Teachers and adults would look at a young...

  15. Report on Community Organisatation Program

    Report of Community Organisation Program Theme : Importance of Education Objective : To Promote the Education among the kids of the Migrant Workers Location : RDT Transit School for Migrant Children, Egattur (Govt. Middle School Campus) Date : 20/10/10 ...

  16. Japanese vs. Canadian Schools

    The comparison between Japanese and North American educational systems is often used. The Japanese system, along with other Asian cultures, places importance on the group and the interdependence of its members (Cole & Cole, 2001, p. 541). The North American model, in contrast, focuses on the ideals of...

  17. B.Ed Syallabus

    Practice of Teaching 15 Marks 5 Marks 20 Marks The practice of teaching shall be done through Micro and Macro lessons to be delivered by the pupil teachers. The practice of teaching shall be of 300 Marks. Out of which 150 marks shall be awarded by the two external examiners for two final lessons to be...

  18. Supervision and Appraisal

    Supervision and Appraisal in Evaluation And Development of Teachers by: Loveleih G. Quemado One of the most significant issues in the field of education is the importance of supervision and appraisal. The high levels of expectation about teachers’ performance and their constant monitoring from administrators...

  19. Impacts of Wireless Technologies on Education

    ............................................................................ 4 Importance of Wireless Technology in Education Institutions ..................................................................... 5 Importance of Wireless Technology in the Classroom .........................................

  20. Importance of Teachers

    Importance Of Teachers A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where is influence stops. - Henry Adams Teaching is a timeless profession. It is the basis of all other professions. Good teachers plant seed that make good doctors, good accountants, good public servants, good statesmen, good...

  21. Fighting for the Education

    education and educators are the basis of the society, the reality is different. Education and especially public education is in dangerous and as future teachers it is vital to know about the war we are fighting. The world is moving faster and as time passes by and as everything around us change, society change...

  22. I School Good for You?

    lots of valuable knowledge and experience from my teachers. 5. My teachers let me know the importance of studying. 6. My teachers teach me to do everything with code of conduct, morality, and respects. 7. My teachers teach me to be a good person and to be positive and...

  23. teachers day

    Importance of Teachers Day- About Teachers Day A person who helps in shaping our life from our childhood days, a person who wipes our tears and makes us smile. She teaches us, scolds us, plays with us and helps us overcome our fears. These are people specially made by god to look after his small...

  24. Purpose of Education

    China, I resided in the school as well. My view on education was greatly impacted by my family as my grandfather, a retired school teacher, constantly instilled the importance of education into me. He told me that people with better education could succeed with better chances in the future. That time I...

  25. Importance Of English

    Jennifer Marie Bayer, Ph.D. S. M. Ravichandran, Ph.D. G. Baskaran, Ph.D. L. Ramamoorthy, Ph.D. Assistant Managing Editor: Swarna Thirumalai, M.A. Importance of Conducive Classroom Climate, Positive Self-Concept and Motivation for Pakistani EFL Learners Muhammad Younas, M.A. English, M.Phil. Candidate ...

  26. Teaching Students with Dyslexia

    assisting students with dyslexia related to academic achievement will be the focus. Dyslexia is a common road block in today’s classroom providing both teachers and students with frustration in the education setting. The community that is the primary focus for this research is a small elementary in the town...

  27. The Importance of Mathematics to Everyday Life

    The importance of mathematics to everyday life Written by Tuesday, 22 December 2009 10:30 - Even though Mathematics undoubtedly has universal applications to life and is an essential tool in science, technology, economics, business, commerce and of course in computer design and functioning there...

  28. Becoming an Early Childhood Educator

    U.S. President Barack Obama emphasized on the importance of education in a country for not only one time. He believe that education provide the opportunities to every single citizen to work on their strengths and ability to fulfill their responsibilities to the country by contribution on specific career...

  29. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

    National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Standards: Website Lesson Plans Edwina Schweitzer Grand Canyon University: EED 364 November 25, 2012 The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) is a council that has set in place standards that are...

  30. Understand Own Role, Responsibilities and Boundaries of Role in Relation to Teaching:

    teaching the 'role' outlines the actions taken as a teacher/tutor, 'responsibilities' are the assumed obligations of the teaching role, the 'boundaries' highlight the limitations imposed upon the role. Teacher/Tutor Roles. The role of a teacher/tutor is very broad. The most obvious and perhaps most...