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One Voice, Four Walls, and Many Listeners

Updated on June 6, 2017

Come on! you can do it.

She was not only a teacher! She was an actress, a scientist, a researcher and most importantly a mother. "Being a teacher is not easy as they think, it is the hardest profession in the world" A teacher said. She mentioned many nights came but she was not able to sleep. How hard is it to see one of your students crying and you cannot do anything about it? How hard is it to be starving! But, you gave your food away to one of your students who does not have food. How hard is it to see your student refusing to go home because he is tired of his parents' fights?

Don't be a teacher if you can't be a mother!

Everyday you feel how happy they are, sometimes how sick and scared they are. You live with them everyday. You help them, stand with them and teach them all what you know till they get their way. They see you smile and sometimes cry. But, they will always love you.

"They are your kids, Can you leave them?"

Don't forget to learn the how to teach them!

How to love your students?

"A good teacher is a teacher who makes the poor student good and the smart student superior"

Every student in your class has something special. He might not be good in your subject but he is great in something else! Believe in him, look at what he can do, show him that you love it and show him that you care too.

Students (specially young ages) love to show the teachers what they can do. Most of them will show you their drawings and some will show you their inventions. Never show them that they are not good enough! Remember, That is the special thing about them!

Be their friend, They will be your miracle!

Teacher's Strategies!

Year by year you will learn new ways to deal with your students. You will learn that each student has a certain personality and to gain their trust you need to know it. For every teacher, the main goal is to get the information to the student. To do that, there are many strategies that can be followed considering the different personalities and mental skills in class.

Main strategies for every teacher:

  • In the beginning of every class, ask your students different questions to get feedback. Evaluate them from their feedback and give required tips if needed.
  • Brainstorming: Ask every student one simple question related to the lesson. It helps your students think and remember.
  • Make sure every student in your class is active with you somehow. Don't miss out on anyone. If one student was not able to participate give him another chance till you feel he is getting a step forward.
  • Never leave your classroom until you gave your students all the information they need and manners they should learn.
  • Time Management: One of the main things that every teacher needs to know. For Every part in your class keep a certain time for it to be done. It is better if you have a mini schedule with you and hang it in class.
  • Class Discipline: This is very important, you will never be able to give your class properly if you are not able to manage it. Motivate your students. Help them love the subject. Increase the amount of activities in class without risking the tutoring its self and most importantly Keep the group work activated in your class during the activities.
  • In your class, give your students sometime to take out their energy if they were very hyper. Give them an assignment. Let them write on their journals or draw whats in their mind. It will help them focus on the lesson later.
  • Always Remember, You are what you want them to be. Always be your best.

With all these strategies and all this knowledge, you will be an amazing teacher.

Don't forget:

You are who they look up to!


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    • The0NatureBoy profile image

      Elijah A Alexander Jr 

      8 months ago from Washington DC

      For a teacher of "civilization" I can understand your every word although I have not taught in this lifetime. My mother was a teacher in the 1930's and 40s when teachings wasn't to program students but about encouraging them to some lesser level of independent of leadership, yet I heard similar comments from her. Therefore I see and feel your feelings as a teacher.

      I am a "teacher of life according to my experiences" of living both civil and on the edge of ecology where one isn't "schooled" [prepared to follow a leader even toothier demise] but "educated" [an objective observer who participates for discovering various outcomes for reasoning with them and being able to communicate their experiences]. Thus, I am a philosophy [lover of wisdom] who causes others to wonder and inquire of how and why I am so different as a means of instructing in ecological living.

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      Nikki Khan 

      8 months ago from London

      Very informative and interesting hub for teachers, I been teacher myself for sometime, can understand the responsibility of a teacher for her pupils.

      Thanks for sharing Noor.

    • Jay C OBrien profile image

      Jay C OBrien 

      8 months ago from Houston, TX USA

      Due to recent events (shootings in schools) teachers should also be able to spot Mental Illness in children and make a psychiatric referral.

    • Ladymermaid profile image

      Lorelei Cohen 

      8 months ago from Canada

      Heart warming, thoughtful, and informed. A good teacher is so very important in the influence they pass on.

    • teaches12345 profile image

      Dianna Mendez 

      15 months ago

      I've recently retired from teaching and I experienced much of what you write here on education. It is all about the student. Good writing on this topic.

    • shprd74 profile image

      Hari Prasad S 

      16 months ago from Bangalore

      A refreshing read. Welcome noor.

      - Hari

    • Whispering Night profile image


      17 months ago from our World

      Teachers need not be in school. They are everywhere. You can find them in books, television or music. Knowledge can spread like wildfire through any means.

    • Noork11 profile imageAUTHOR


      17 months ago

      @Tamara Thank you very much for your wonderful words,,

      Warm hugs,,

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      Tamara Moore 

      17 months ago

      This is such a great article for helping teachers to help their kids, and also for us all to better appreciate teachers!

      Warm Hugs,


    • Noork11 profile imageAUTHOR


      17 months ago

      Thank you everyone for Reading my article...

      @Jay C OBrien: Thank you for sharing your comment, of course what you mentioned is true. Year by year the student starts to count on his self in his education. But, the teacher always helps.

      @FlourishAnyway: Thank you very much for your wonderful words.

      @Gypse Rose Lee: Thank you very much for your wonderful words.

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 

      17 months ago from Riga, Latvia

      Thank you for this informative hub. I think that for teachers to be successful parents must also closely monitor their children.

    • FlourishAnyway profile image


      17 months ago from USA

      I'm not a teacher, but I do volunteer extensively in my daughter's Governor's Academy where some of the students have problems getting adequate food and shelter or they deal with substance abuse in the home even though they come from middle class or more backgrounds. Their problems are well beyond their years. I'm glad ther are good teachers to show them a way out through education and take care of some of their needs during the school day.

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      Jay C OBrien 

      17 months ago from Houston, TX USA

      Welcome to Hubpages.

      Teaching is progressive from grade to grade. What we learn in early grades is often revised in later grades. Over time, perhaps decades, the curriculum itself changes. What was taught when I was young in a particular grade has also been revised. Finally, we begin to think for ourselves.


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