Avoid These 5 Attitudes To Students To Become Favorite Teachers

The teacher’s attitude and way of teaching in the classroom plays a big role in making students more enthusiastic about learning. The monotonous and boring learning style makes students lazy to listen to the lesson.

Many of the attitudes of teachers are very disliked by students, you know. In the future, it is hoped that some of these attitudes can be addressed so that students feel happy and enthusiastic in learning. If you want to be your favorite teacher, of course, avoid these attitudes when teaching.

1. Tend to be subjective to one student when teaching

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A teacher must of course be able to behave equally without discriminating between one student and another. However, teachers’ attitudes that tend to be subjective are often found in classroom learning. This attitude is usually shown to the smartest students or students who have certain advantages.

Even though the student did excel, treating him specifically compared to other students was certainly not good. The students do not like the teacher who has a favorite student in a class. They prefer teachers who remain fair and equal in explaining the material, even when giving grades.

2. Advise with a sentence that drops

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Every teacher has their own way of giving advice to their students. Whatever the type of teacher’s way of giving advice, of course, must use good language. Do not advise with sentences that further bring down the student.

For example, speaking frankly that the student is not good with harsh words. This way of giving advice doesn’t make students rise from their mistakes, but instead makes them worse down. So, it’s useless to use that way of giving advice.

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3. Criticizing students in front of their friends

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Do not criticize students’ mistakes openly in front of their friends. This often happens when students answer questions incorrectly or give incorrect arguments when the teacher asks questions. In fact, they have tried to answer.

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When receiving this treatment, students will have a weak mentality and do not dare to answer again. Instead, still accept their answers and provide an explanation without blaming the opinion. That way, students will not be afraid to answer the questions the teacher asks.

4. Rigid and unable to discuss

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Even though there must be a social limit between students and teachers, don’t be too rigid. Do not create a wall that is too big between students and teachers. Students like teachers who are easy to talk to about various things.

The sociable and friendly teacher has always been a favorite of the students. Unlike the impressed teacher killer and fierce. I’m afraid to take lessons, let alone understand the lessons being taught.

5. Teaching in a very monotonous style

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Nowadays, students are sure to get bored easily with monotonous teachers in teaching. So that students don’t get bored, occasionally they can use interesting learning media, such as quizzes or quizzes games in smartphone. It definitely attracts students’ attention and makes them more enthusiastic about learning.

Not having to use technology, simple games in class can also attract students’ attention. Like drawing student names on a roll of paper to answer questions. Must be really fun, right?

Not all teachers can be teachers and friends for their students. In fact, learning is definitely more relaxed and fun if teachers and students can interact well with each other. Hopefully this information can help teachers to create interesting learning for their students.

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