Comparative Analysis: Personal Characteristics Of An Effective Teacher

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Comparative Analysis

A proverb says, “effective teacher is not simply a matter of executing specific behaviors and strategies, because effective teaching is grounded in human relationship.” Teaching is a profession that is considered to be a rewarding, challenging and a complex role. An effective teacher does not simply teach knowledge their students and instead aims to arm students with the knowledge, skills, understanding and attitudes that will prepare students for life-long learning. As a human, I really do think that our daily routines that we do, and our personalities may resemble that of an effective teacher. Some of my characteristics which I acquire in comparison to the personality characteristics of an ideal effective teacher are my high expectations, good communication skills, hard-working, non-biased and I have got a pretty good technological skill.

High Expectations:
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Get a little bit better every single day.” Self-improvement is so important that for most people, it is essential. It is a process of inner change, adopting a positive mindset, getting rid of negative habits, and building new, positive ones. As humans, developing new skills and growing as people is central to our vision of self-worth and sense of achievement. In life, we need changes and by walking a different route we will be able to see the changes and achieve something. If we stay in the same place for too long, we are more likely to become lethargic. As a result, our spirit and motivation will slowly disappear and get dulled. Since I am just an ordinary human being, I really do think that I need to change my bad habits and overcome my weaknesses. My 10-point strategy which I need to build and improve are my self-confidence, critical thinking skills, management skills, motivational skills, knowledge skills, time management skills, attitude, dependent, listening skills and
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