My perception of an ideal teacher is of a good human being, | kind, compassionate, understanding and forgiving-some f one, who is interesting and fun loving, someone, who loves m us and can make teaching interesting.
Teaching is considered to be a noble profession but today people opt for this profession without giving a thought to the sacrifice, commitment and dedication it needs.
There are many teachers but it would not be wrong say that very few have the aptitude and attitude to become teachers, any are in this profession more for the sake of earning money.
They are least concerned about the students and are more interested in performing their routine work without putting themselves to much inconvenience. They go to the class vomit what they know and come back without even trying to find out how much the students have understood.
They have no timed solve the problems of students and understand them. I think such individuals! Should never become teacher
An ideal teacher is the one who loves students and can inspire them.
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He knows his subject well and can make it so interesting that children do not get bored. When he teaches, the students are spell bound. An ideal teacher is a good actor who can put life into any dull topic.
Students want to be in the class by choice and not by force.
He has a good sense of humour, can laugh at him and can also laugh with the students. He does not get angry easily and can enjoy each moment of being with students. He is like a friend in whom the students can confide easily without the fear of being ridiculed or criticized.
An ideal teacher is kind and forgiving. He always has time to solve problems of the students. He never loses his temper with them. He is honest, disciplined, simple and humble. He never brags about what he knows and” does not try to prove that he is God and knows everything.
He is ready to accept his mistakes and does not hesitate to apologize, also. He is fun loving! And is good company to be with. He goes with us for picnics and outings and enjoys with us. He is always well dressed and looks smart. He enjoys playing with us and can easily discuss any topic.
Thus, a teacher with the above qualities is my ideal teacher. He is Mr. Murli and I love him because he has taught me to be a good human being, and has inspired me to accept all challenges of life with courage. He has taught me the value of hard work, honesty and I can do just anything for him.
AN IDEAL TEACHER
Teachers are here, teachers are there.
A friendly teacher is very rare.
Most of the teachers today are no good. They think of their job in terms of money and do not have the welfare of the students and the nation at heart. But all the teachers are not just rotten and fit for the dust like yesteryear’s dry leaves. Here and there are exceptions. Now and then we have capital examples of teachers who need to be worshipped.
An ideal teacher is as rare as a dodo. He is a near impossibility in these days of getting rich quickly. The teachers like other professionals are in the system and want to make as much money as possible and as quickly as they can do it. That puts idealism out of action. The flame dies for want of oil. It never gets a fair chance to live and lighten the world.
An ideal teacher pursues his job with a spirit of devotion and dedication. He understands the students and the students understand him. He is a builder of the nation and the architect of nation’s destiny. He has a thorough knowledge of his books with love and labour. With labour and love he teaches his students.
We have one such ideal teacher in our school. His name is Mr. Mahesh, our English teacher. He has influenced me the most and he is the lighthouse of my life. I steer the ship of my destiny by his examples and his advice. He tells me that knowledge is not the end but the end of all knowledge is wisdom. We must seek wisdom even from stones and streams. Every book is also our book. We should keep our eyes and ears open all the time and never stop learning as long as we live.
If a student goes wrong, Mr. Mahesh checks him; and if he does well, Mr. Mahesh admires him. This admiration is a spur to great deeds of victory and success in life. He awakens the sleeping spirits of the youth. He quickens the minds and sharpens the soul of the young students who seek his advice and counsel. Thus he influences the course of the stream of our lives. He is our true philosopher and sincere guide in all walks of life.
Our teacher has a very noble character. He is a man of simple living and high thinking. His character is flawless. He is our example in punctuality and performance of our various duties of life at home and in the school. He is thorough gentleman. He is right, rosy and righteous.
Mr. Mahesh has mastery over his subject. His method of teaching is impressive. His voice is clear. He teaches us nicely. If a student ever commits a mistake he makes him realize his mistake very tactfully. He rarely beats a child. He gives us home task daily and checks the same regularly. He shows 100% results every year with a number of distinctions in the subject.
Our ideal teacher is responsible for moulding our character and our career. We can never forget him as long as we live, he lights many candles with his wisdom and his service to the community is unique and almost unparalleled. He is a gem among men. We are really proud of our English Teacher