Action Oriented Is Important For Being A Teacher

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Action-oriented, team player/cooperative, and Detail-Oriented are crucial for being a teacher. Action-oriented means willing or likely to take practical action to deal with a problem or situation. Team player/cooperative means a person who plays or works wells as a member of a team or group. Detailed-Oriented means possessing or trained in more than one skill or area of expertise. These traits have been around since April 23, 1635 when Boston Latin School in Boston was built, for being a teacher. The school was started by Rev. John Cotton who wanted to create a school modeled after the Free Grammar School. Latin and Greek were taught in Boston Latin School. The school was publicly funded and the first classes were held in the home of Philemon Pormort, the school’s master. A fun fact about the school is that five of the 56 signers of the United States constitution attended Boston Latin School which were John Hancock, Samuel Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Robert Treat Paine, and William Hooper. Action-oriented relates to being globally marketable in the field of being a teacher. You gotta be intelligent, of course. Without being intelligent you won’t be able to properly teach the subject or idea to your students who does not know the subject or idea you are teaching. Also, ambitious, you gotta show a strong desire and determination to teach. You don’t just go in the classroom and sleep as a teacher. You go in the classroom with a strong desire and determination to not get fired…
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