The 7 Laws of the Teacher

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The 7 Laws of the Teacher

  1. The Law of the Teacher: Teachers are the ones who never stop learning and advance themselves.
  2. The Law of Education: Real teaching doesn’t merely disseminate knowledge but motivate students to learn.
  3. The Law of Activity: After motivation, it is more important to activate people, and further exhibit what they learn through practice.
  4. The Law of Communication: Teachers need to induce students in a bridging way with which they are familiar.
  5. The Law of the Heart: Teachers need to touch students’ hearts with true hearts, and further trigger their passions.
  6. The Law of Encouragement: Give credit to students’ advancement with encouragement; make students’ advancement flame go on and on.
  7. The Law of Readiness: Open your heart, and prepare yourself to take every diverse class.

Tips on Teacher-Student Communication

Effective communication between teachers and students can improve teaching efficiency.

  • With a confident and sincere attitude toward students, teachers are supposed to patiently listen to their questions and give responses accordingly.
  • Treat each student equally. Don’t differentiate between students with good/bad grades or with hard-working/lazy performances.
  • Avoid arguing with students and control emotions. It is no use having a bad relationship between teachers and students in terms of teaching and learning.
  • Don’t belittle students, and get rid of superiority complex.

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