The best ones listened-- and were fair and consistent.
Most of them also had a sense of humor.
The teachers I most got along with had a sense of humor and treated their students like adults. That mutual respect went a long way toward creating a comfortable relationship and social atmosphere in which to get on with class.
I love my teacher! She is really nice and helpful. And she always finds something fun for us to do. I really like her, because she is a good teacher,
I like the way in which my teacher's have taught me certain topics. I can cherish all these memories through out my life. They taught me to be what I'm today. They imparted the best of education to me without any expectations. But I would still say that my best teacher is my mom.
i liked when my teachers helped me learn and understand a topic, without getting it complicated. this is the first best thing about them. next is - motivative and guides to my career
I like the teacher who is more helpful to the student and more friendly.
I liked those who took the effort to get to know their students individually, and who appreciated their students as unique individuals.
Those who were genuine and warm, i liked those best - even if they may not have made the most eloquent teacher.
I had several teachers who had a great impact on me as a teenager. Two stand out above the rest. One was a history/government teacher who refused to accept less from anyone than he thought they were capable of producing. You either loved him or hated him, but you never, ever dismissed him. He was brutally honest, authentically human, and one of the most inspiring teachers I've ever met. That made him awesome. The other was a literature teacher who shared the human element of literature better than anyone I've ever known. We didn't just learn about the mechanics of writing from him, we learned about the content of the work, and the character of the authors. He was also intensely interested in the character and personalities of his students. Made him unforgettable as a teacher and exceptional as an EDUCATOR. Both taught you HOW to learn. They didn't just throw subject matter at you and send you on your way.
by Denise Handlon 5 years ago
Do teachers still teach students how to use a dictionary or is this becoming obsolete?I use a dictionary (book) when I write, which I keep at my side. I've heard from a few people that NO ONE uses dictionaries anymore. (obviously they are wrong b/c there is at least still one,...
by whonunuwho 5 years ago
Should we pray that there are no teachers carrying guns in schools and why?Should teachers carry guns? I beg the public to urge boards of education to have an armed guard, and not teachers.
by Michael Ward 5 years ago
Do You Think It's Ridiculous that Education Majors Become Teachers?Every time a teacher in high school introduced themselves they bragged about their degrees from some big name university and I would always ask "What was this degree in?". They reply, every single time,...
by LearnFromMe 9 months ago
What were the qualities or characteristics of your favorite teachers?
by Abhaque Supanjang 7 years ago
Do you still remember the names of the teachers that have taught you ?
by Paul Swendson 3 years ago
And if so, how?
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