To be an effective teacher

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Dear Teachers Hearty welcome

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“A teacher affects eternity; he/she can never tell where his/her influence stops.” ~ Henry Brooks Adams ~ influence Influence

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“A teacher affects eternity; he/she can never tell where his/her influence stops.” ~ Henry Brooks Adams ~ Consumes itself to light the way for others

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A I M E

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P C O M L N T S I M E

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Mothers Teachers Life Person

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Mediocre Tells Good Explains Superior Demonstrates Great Inspires

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Affectionate Smiling Honest Healthy Helpful Tolerant Patient Creative Positive Curious Passionate Imaginative Resourceful Reflective Committed Humourous Purposeful Knowledgeable Researchers say a good teacher is…

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Ever willing to learn Wants to be a Good teacher Good Communicator Knowledgeable Uses humour Positive attitude Flexible Uses diverse methods Unconforming Desire to make world better Top 10 Traits of a GOOD TEACHER

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TEACHER Subjects Students WHAT WHOM WHEN

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Take Risks Form of Parenting Confident Gives confidence Eye Contact Good Body Language Supports Energetic Balanced Listening Takes feedback Positive Attitude Alert Gets in Humorous Structured GOOD TEACHER

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When to start? When to complete? Take Risks Form of Parenting Confident Gives confidence Eye Contact Good Body Language Supports Energetic Balanced Listening Takes feedback Positive Attitude Alert Gets in Humorous Structured

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If there is no choice of failure, success is meaningless Take Risks Form of Parenting Confident Gives confidence Eye Contact Good Body Language Supports Energetic Balanced Listening Takes feedback Positive Attitude Alert Gets in Humorous Structured

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Recognize them as adults as well as children Take Risks Form of Parenting Confident Gives confidence Eye Contact Good Body Language Supports Energetic Balanced Listening Takes feedback Positive Attitude Alert Gets in Humorous Structured

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Overcome the stage fright Take Risks Form of Parenting Confident Gives confidence Eye Contact Good Body Language Supports Energetic Balanced Listening Takes feedback Positive Attitude Alert Gets in Humorous Structured Knowledge of Subjects Audience Love for the subject Sufficient Preparation Rehearse Enthusiasm Be the boss Visualize Success Physical exercise

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Clarity Force Evidence Take Risks Form of Parenting Confident Gives confidence Eye Contact Good Body Language Supports Energetic Balanced Listening Takes feedback Positive Attitude Alert Gets in Humorous Structured

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My comfort My complacence My self assurance Take Risks Form of Parenting Confident Gives confidence Eye Contact Good Body Language Supports Energetic Balanced Listening Takes feedback Positive Attitude Alert Gets in Humorous Structured

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Listens to their expectations Take Risks Form of Parenting Confident Gives confidence Eye Contact Good Body Language Supports Energetic Balanced Listening Takes feedback Positive Attitude Alert Gets in Humorous Structured

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Watch (non-verbal cues) Receive respond Take Risks Form of Parenting Confident Gives confidence Eye Contact Good Body Language Supports Energetic Balanced Listening Takes feedback Positive Attitude Alert Gets in Humorous Structured

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Take Risks Form of Parenting Confident Gives confidence Eye Contact Good Body Language Supports Energetic Balanced Listening Takes feedback Positive Attitude Alert Gets in Humorous Structured Variety in voice Be natural Good posture Dramatic pace Effective pauses Active movement Encouraging gesture Visual demonstration Facial Expression Appealing smile

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Examples Statistics Definitions Testimony Stories experience Take Risks Form of Parenting Confident Gives confidence Eye Contact Good Body Language Supports Energetic Balanced Listening Takes feedback Positive Attitude Alert Gets in Humorous Structured

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Postures Gestures Facial expressions Take Risks Form of Parenting Confident Gives confidence Eye Contact Good Body Language Supports Energetic Balanced Listening Takes feedback Positive Attitude Alert Gets in Humorous Structured

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Global look Don’t read from text Use note cards Add statistics, “…” Take Risks Form of Parenting Confident Gives confidence Eye Contact Good Body Language Supports Energetic Balanced Listening Takes feedback Positive Attitude Alert Gets in Humorous Structured

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Be amiable Narrate jokes anecdotes Take Risks Form of Parenting Confident Gives confidence Eye Contact Good Body Language Supports Energetic Balanced Listening Takes feedback Positive Attitude Alert Gets in Humorous Structured Hard for people to disagree with you when you are smiling

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Take Risks Form of Parenting Confident Gives confidence Eye Contact Good Body Language Supports Energetic Balanced Listening Takes feedback Positive Attitude Alert Gets in Humorous Structured You Subjects Students %

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Some NEVER’s Some BUT’s Take Risks Form of Parenting Confident Gives confidence Eye Contact Good Body Language Supports Energetic Balanced Listening Takes feedback Positive Attitude Alert Gets in Humorous Structured NEVER Deviate Tell not required Take mobile Scolds Beats BUT Follow good etiquette Be proactive Seek response Encourage & love

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Why do we think we deserve smart, self motivates, hard working students who do not really need to be taught Take Risks Form of Parenting Confident Gives confidence Eye Contact Good Body Language Supports Energetic Balanced Listening Takes feedback Positive Attitude Alert Gets in Humorous Structured

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Ambition TEACHING SUCCESS Dream

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CONVEYING INFORMATION INTELLIGIBLY AVOIDING MISUNDERSTANDING SPEAKING CREATIVELY RENEWING RELATIONS PERIODICALLY KNOWING OTHER LIKES / DISLIKES BEING A FRIEND CRITICISM PRAISE TEACHING SUCCESS

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P S L A M A D

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P S L A M A D Praise Smile Listen Appreciate Maintain Avoid Decline Speak 2

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BE Enthusiastic Self - motivated Sincere Courteous Objective

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Verbal Skills Class Room Managers Sense of Humour Fond of children Fair Minded Common Sense Authentic Organized No Prejudice Optimistic Flexible Art of Teaching Time Managers Enthusiastic Great Teachers The Foundation

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Recognize the individual differences Background Rate of Learning Learning Styles Make them aware of your understanding

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Class Room Management R E S T Recognize Eliminate Spend Time

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Behaviour Solutions

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Behaviour Solutions Misbehaving Most Challenging Students Extra Learning Opportunity

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Common Issues at School Discouraging Partiality Book Reading (Boring Classes) Not Listening to the Students’ Issues Speaking about the Past Board Occupying Making fun which hurts Beating Speaking about student Family Teasing Bad communication Making petty things into a bigger one Scolding with bad words Discussing students personal issues with other co teachers

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Remember… Every student is an individual and cant be compared to anyone else. Your encouragement and positive attitude will do a lot. Your smile is more powerful than your anger. They learn by imitating you, so you have to be as what you preach. Beating and scolding are just anger busters, wont affect the mind of the student rather a caring word will change. Interesting classes never had a boring listeners. Student understanding should be given priority. Student do have lot of problems, give them time and opportunity to change.

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