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As with computational skills, people have a tendency to think of teaching as something you are “just good at” or not. They point to the fact that the ability to teach arises spontaneously at an early age without any apparent instruction and that it is common to all human cultures as evidence that it is an innate ability. However, teaching is a skill, and expertise develops with attentive practice.
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To become a good teacher you need:
• Proven ability to relate to pupils and their parents/carers. This could be from working in a school or in other contexts such as guides and scouts or coaching a sports team. This will develop your awareness of how to inspire and motivate your pupils and promote good working relationships with their parents/carers.
• Enthusiasm for the subjects you teach at secondary or FE level in particular. Show that you read up on this subject in your own time and are interested in the related current educational issues.
• A depth of knowledge in the subject/age range and relevant curriculum. This enables teachers to know how to build good foundations for learning and set developmental expectations for their pupils.
• The ability to convey your knowledge to the students in an engaging and understandable way. Inspirational teachers develop excellent communication skills through their work with young people and can teach the curriculum in a variety of ways to students who have diverse learning styles.
• Confidence in your ability to teach and the capacity to be a good role model even when tired and under pressure.
• Great organisational skills as teachers are often balancing many demands including pupil's needs, lesson preparation, assessments and discipline matters.
• Dedication, commitment and resilience. Excellent teachers reflect on their experiences and adapt their approach, constantly learning and improving.
• The ability to deal with conflict and be patient and calm in sometimes stressful situations.
• Integrity, which enables pupils, colleagues and parents/carers to be able to trust you as a teacher.
• A good sense of humour.
• Effective Communication Skills. One set of skills all teachers should foster is effective communication skills.
One set of skills all teachers should foster is effective communication skills. As we know, communication involves both listening and speaking, as well as reading and writing. Teachers should really be skilled in all these areas for effective communication. If teachers are effectively communicating, they can make things easier and more understandable for students. Since teachers communicate orally in the classroom daily, they need to make sure their messages are clear to students.
Communication is necessary and holds high importance in delivery of instruction, classroom management, and more. Keeping in mind that all learners take in information differently, teachers need to implement different communication skills which motivate and engage students in their learning process.
• Collaboration with Co-Workers. ...
Effective teacher collaboration is essential for stronger practice and higher student achievement. Teachers can work in teams, co-teach, share responsibilities, provide feedback collectively, and build a better sense of trust among their learners through collaboration.
Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) are a wonderful and prevalent way to give teachers opportunities to communicate, review items, and collaborate as a team. These are meetings among the whole team that are usually on a weekly basis to discuss concerns, student achievement, data pieces, updates, and more. Administrators will, at times, pop into these meetings to check in on staff to ensure everything is on the right track. This is also an opportunity to ask questions if there are any at that time.
• Creative Thinking. ...
The first way to foster creativity is to model it for students. This can be done through discussions and demonstrations, as well as project-based learning. Through doing so, teachers can also encourage multiple viewpoints and highlight diversity. If there are students from different backgrounds, this should be brought to light and embraced among discussions. Additionally, teachers can foster creative thinking by helping students see their own ability levels, having them form questions about assumptions and beliefs, encourage problem solving, and continue to read frequently. Reading can touch the imagination and assist in development.
• Ability to Adapt. ...
Adaptability in the classroom is one of the most important qualities that every teacher must possess. This also goes along with flexibility. These two characteristics also go together. Last minute changes may also be needed based on certain situations in the classroom. This may be harder for some teachers than for others. In general, this idea is simply being able to acclimate yourself to changing roles, job responsibilities, materials, and schedules. That is always the goal!
• Effective Organization Skills. ...
Teachers always need to be organized. Organizational skills relate to planning, lesson design, time management, classroom management, and more. As far as the planning stage, teachers need to be organized in a sense that they need to know how to time planning, what and how to plan, and execute it. For lesson design, teachers need to know what lessons they are planning and ensure they are on with pacing appropriately. With time management, this pertains to pacing instruction, but also time management in the day-to-day functioning of the classroom. Additionally, classroom management organization comes into play regarding classroom transitions, procedures, and seating arrangements. Teachers should maintain an organized working area as well.
• Devotion and Strong Work Ethic. ...
Teachers need to show their devotion and strong work ethic through their work. They need to invest not only in their students just for their career, but in their students as individuals. Teachers need to stay motivated, focused, and on top of work tasks. Teachers should make themselves available to meet with students if they need extra support. Teachers also need to establish solid, trusting relationships with their students from the very start of the school year. This can be built upon and strengthened all throughout the school year.
• Knowledge in the Field.
Teachers need to be knowledgeable in the field of education. This includes staying up to date on research, attending meetings and professional development, and immersing themselves in their knowledge with their teaching practice. Teachers need to stay current in the world of education research on various topics as well as partaking action in professional development to further their education and experience among colleagues.
As far as the different types of knowledges, they all work hand in hand to benefit the teacher. These types of knowledge include content knowledge, pedagogical content knowledge, and curricular knowledge. Content knowledge generally refers to the concepts and topics taught and learned in specific courses, rather than skills such as reading, writing, math, etc., that students learn. Pedagogical knowledge refers to specialized knowledge teachers use to create effective learning environments for all students for their ultimate success. Curricular knowledge refers to a teacher’s understanding of the school’s learning programs that have been developed for different levels.
In summary, these are some of the various skills that all teachers should foster. Teachers are always striving for improvement in their career and to make their classrooms the best environments possible. Teaching is a profession that requires so many different “hats” for one person.
Many who choose to become an educator have long and fulfilling careers, though there are some who exit the field early in search of other work, for a variety of reasons. Before you put forth the time and energy for certification and the education required to find a teaching position, it is very important to be certain that you are right for the job and that the job is right for you.
Teachers work with children or adults in the classroom or other learning settings. Learning settings include public or private schools, charter or magnet schools, schools in a foreign country, or schools for non-English speakers in the US or abroad. Elementary, middle, and high school teachers play an important role in shaping the lives and futures of children, instructing in academics such as language arts and math as well as personal skills such as behavior and discipline. Teachers must have an excellent grasp of their subject matter and the ability to effectively communicate their knowledge to others.
A teacher may teach all subjects or specialize in one or two subjects. Typically, kindergarten and elementary school teachers instruct one group of children in a broad range of subjects, including reading, science, and math. Teachers of middle school and high school students generally concentrate on one or two specialty subject areas, such as math or science. Within these broader areas, a teacher might instruct multiple courses. For example, a high school teacher specializing in the subject area of science might teach courses in chemistry, biology, and physics. To teach in most specialties, a degree and state certification in that endorsement area is required.