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Can you find other teachers who are professional teachers among the teachers whom you know?
Yes, [ I do find other teachers who are professional teachers among the teachers whom u know.There's a lot of professional teachers around the world who are willing to share their knowledge to each and everyone who is willing to learn. Teaching is hard work and some teachers never grow to be anything better than mediocre. They do the bare minimum required and very little more. The great
teachers, however, work tirelessly to create a challenging, nurturing environment for their students. Great teaching seems to have less to do with our knowledge and skills than with our attitude toward our students, our subject, and our work. Although this list is certainly not all-inclusive, I have narrowed down the many characteristics of a great teacher to those I have found to be the most essential, regardless of the age of the learner: 1. A great teacher respects students. In a great teacher s classroom, each person s ideas and opinions are valued. Students feel safe to express their feelings and learn to respect and listen to others. This teacher creates a welcoming learning environment for all students. 2. A great teacher creates a sense of community and belonging in the classroom. The mutual respect in this teacher s classroom provides a supportive, collaborative environment. In this small community, there are rules to follow and jobs to be done and each student is aware that he or she is an important, integral part of the group. A great teacher lets students know that they can depend not only on her, but also on the entire class. 3. A great teacher is warm, accessible, enthusiastic and caring. This person is approachable, not only to students, but to everyone on campus. This is the teacher to whom students know they can go with any problems or concerns or even to share a funny story. Great teachers possess good listening skills and take time out of their way-too-busy schedules for anyone who needs them. ]
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User: why teacher is a prefessional teacher?

User: Can you find other teachers who are professional teachers among the teachers whom you know?

Weegy: Yes, [ I do find other teachers who are professional teachers among the teachers whom u know.There's a lot of professional teachers around the world who are willing to share their knowledge to each and everyone who is willing to learn. Teaching is hard work and some teachers never grow to be anything better than mediocre. They do the bare minimum required and very little more. The great teachers, however, work tirelessly to create a challenging, nurturing environment for their students. Great teaching seems to have less to do with our knowledge and skills than with our attitude toward our students, our subject, and our work. Although this list is certainly not all-inclusive, I have narrowed down the many characteristics of a great teacher to those I have found to be the most essential, regardless of the age of the learner: 1. A great teacher respects students. In a great teacher s classroom, each person s ideas and opinions are valued. Students feel safe to express their feelings and learn to respect and listen to others. This teacher creates a welcoming learning environment for all students. 2. A great teacher creates a sense of community and belonging in the classroom. The mutual respect in this teacher s classroom provides a supportive, collaborative environment. In this small community, there are rules to follow and jobs to be done and each student is aware that he or she is an important, integral part of the group. A great teacher lets students know that they can depend not only on her, but also on the entire class. 3. A great teacher is warm, accessible, enthusiastic and caring. This person is approachable, not only to students, but to everyone on campus. This is the teacher to whom students know they can go with any problems or concerns or even to share a funny story. Great teachers possess good listening skills and take time out of their way-too-busy schedules for anyone who needs them. ]
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Weegy: Good teachers are also good learners; for example, they learn through their own reading, by participating in a variety of professional-development activities, by listening to their students, by sharing ideas with their colleagues, [ and by reflecting on classroom interactions and students’ achievements. Good teaching is therefore dynamic, reflective, and constantly evolving. Good teachers display enthusiasm for their subject and a desire to share it with their students. Good teachers know how to modify their teaching strategies according to the particular students, subject matter, and learning environment. Good teachers encourage learning for understanding and are concerned with developing their students’ critical-thinking skills, problem-solving skills, and problem-approach behaviors. ]
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