Sunday, June 14, 2009

Do You Love your Work as a teacher............?


this article writed to dedicated for all teacher in all development countries who have lower income but still have high dedication for his job. especially a teacher who hasn't fight for get a respect and honour from the goverment. and i take my hat above to respect them.

as a teacher sometimes we feel unhappy and feel upset about our condition, sometimes when we really bad mood or unhappy we try to free it to our children, and it's so wrong. i think when we feel angry and have a bad mood, we shouldn't throw it to our children. we must be a profesional we must know the different about personal problem and teaching problem, not to mixed it together. it can be a disaster especially when we has a teaching schedule. as a teacher we must love our job, because if we work not honest it will be ruins, if we continued our job.

sometimes we forget our duty as a teacher and leave our duty to find another job that have a better income for themself, Each teacher can recount numerous highs and lows in their teaching career. Personally, we experienced many great moments while teaching. These were days when we ended so happy and enthusiastic that we knew Iwe had selected the right profession. On the other hand, we had days where we definitely questioned teaching as a career. Days where the students seemed uninterested, too talkative, or worse a blow up occurred and nothing got taught. Thankfully the average combined with the positive days outshine our negative days.

Through many years of teaching and working in education, one event stands above the rest as my absolute best teaching experience. Through it we learned so much about teaching and dealing with students. we hope is that the student involved was at least partially changed for the better from the experience.

In the end, this experience changed us as a teacher. Students are people who have feelings and who don't want to feel cornered. They want to learn but they also want to feel as if they have some control over themselves. we never made assumptions again about a student before they came into my class. Every student is different; no two students react in the same way. It is our tasks as teachers to find not only what motivates each student to learn but also what motivates them to misbehave. If we can meet them at that point and take away that motivation, we can go a long way towards a more effective classroom and learning experience.

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