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Don’t Pay Too Much Attention to ‘Don’ts’ of Teaching

June 2, 2013

I spent nine years in the university environment learning how to be a teacher....

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Jun-05-13 6:33 AM

Hey know it all. No you don't! Geez. 9 years for a 6 tear degree? Who prints this drivel?

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Jun-02-13 11:55 AM

1. Never lie. Tell students the truth. 2. Always respect your students, even when they may not always seem deserving of respect. 3. Never cheat, even when you may believe you are cheating or helping them to cheat in ways that may help them. (I've seen this happen with teachers who believed they were "helping" the student). 3. Never take it personally. If you allow your feeling to be hurt and feel that some student has deliberately been unjust to you - you may be right. But your job is to avoid petty reactions and do what is ultimately best for your students. 4. Be willing to admit when a student is better (smarter) than you are and do everything you can to encourage them to realize their full potential.

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Jun-02-13 1:10 AM

and all that i can say is"AMEN".

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