Posted by: Admin | February 7, 2012

Good English Teacher

Some debates occurred arround us. What kinds of teacher are grouped as good teacher. Or probably you can introspect with your own ways of teaching and acting during the teaching.

Here   are some criteria that can evaluate yourself as  teacher:

1. You have to own the sense of humor.
2. You have to be honest to your student, partner, your ways  of teaching.
3. You have to love your children.
4. You have to familiar with the knowledge of subject.
5. You must be flexible to anyone.
6. Be clear of your speaking voice.
7. You have to be enthusiasm for each of your teaching.
8. Be pleasant your appearance.
9. You  have to be able to create interests.
10. Ability to keep order.
11. You have to improve your intelligence
12. Of course, the last but not least keep your fairness.

(Ur: 49)

Have you the twelve of the criteria? If the answer is Yes! Congratulation, you will be successful being the good teacher…..

February 7, 2012


  1. A better teacher knows there is jut One Key for being a Good Teacher:

    The key is teacher’s desire to empower her/his students to learn autonomously. Ultimately this makes the teacher become unnecessary. Of course, first you must convince your students that you are not a threat to them, but an ally.

    Empowerment makes students want to learn. You can call it reverse psychology, or just avoiding the reactions of students when they are told to do things they might prefer not doing. Ultimately it is about teaching accountability, and doing things because they need to be done, not because someone tells me to.

    The way empowerment is visible in the classrooms lies in the cooperative way of learning and teaching. We have a common goal. We work together towards reaching it. (This is so simple that I almost feel silly typing it down! – Yet, it still is too seldom practiced in our classrooms! Too many teachers engage in unnecessary power struggles every day.)

    There is also a cognitive aspect in empowerment: unleashing your students intellectual curiosity. Helping and guiding students in their learning process is a non-threatening way to assess their learning, too. We all have different approaches to learning, and evaluating the process rather than the product gives much more information about how your students are advancing.

    The constructive part of empowerment is helping your students make well informed choices every day. Small and big choices, but both equally justified – because it helps us understand why we do certain things. The important thing is to reflect back to previous experiences and build on the understanding we gained there. After all, we all helping our students to construct their own view of the world we live in.

    Your life – your world – your choices.

    I wish all students were empowered to know that!

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