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Won hoo tot me how two reed an right.
I sea what u did their.
An open mind, compassion, dedication, leadership, patience, to name just a few.
A good specials teacher in elementary school needs a very effective immune system.
Servant leadership, the rest will follow.
A good teacher enjoys going to work each morning and is able to teach children to listen and learn effectively. And, encourages children to communicate their ideaology!
An OCD-like need to teach.
Don't ask brownback because he thinks all teachers are bad.
Horn-rimmed glasses, business skirt, and a paddling stick.
Or maybe that was an internet video that I saw . . . .
A good teacher recognizes that there are many different ways individual students learn. It's not "one size fits all" and they are able to modify how they teach or change the perspective so the student understands it.
Knowing how to stress students so they will learn. I always had a policy as a GTA that if any student did not know the answer on a test, they only needed to walk up to my desk and ask and I would prod them along into finding the correct answer. They thought the tests were to gauge what they knew when in fact they were written to make them think through problems and burn into their minds what I had told them would be on the test.
It's a high calling and takes an obsessive desire to pass along knowledge.
I was talking about college level. I have no desire to deal with kids. I should have made that clear.
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