Types of Teachers: Classification, Philosophy of Education
Teachers serve as the guiding force in a student’s life. They are responsible for molding a student’s personality and shaping his/her mental orientation. Teachers deeply impact our lives and direct the course of our future. One can not deny the influence of teachers in one’s life. It could be positive or negative effect. There are three types of teachers strict, friendly and cool.
First, a strict teacher is hard on their students, but for good reasons. They come to school to teach above all, not to make friends with students. Their respect must be earned and they expect from students to take responsibility for all of their actions. They may hard on their students but this does not they are not bad person they just want to prepare students to life in a harsh way. For instance, they are going to push you so hard that you do not want to go school but at the end you will success.
Another one is cool teachers who can solve students problems. They can protect students from other teachers like crazy ones. Cool teachers break the rules. Cool teachers know which boundaries can easily be crossed in their classrooms without the school crumbling. For example no gum chewing or no cell phones in class. When cool teachers do that students feel free and they will study more efficient.
Finally, a friendly teachers like a God-sent to the students. According to survey conducted by Swiss Scientists friendly teachers are favorite teacher in every school without exception. A friendly teacher can give a healthy boost to a child’s personality development. They can make students feel at home. Students can talk with them about everything. For instance, They can talk about favorite Tv shows like Game of Thrones or personal life. Students can trust friendly teachers.
In conclusion, altough there are two main categories to classify teachers in, those liked or disliked by students, there are many more spesific subcategories like strict, friendly and cool. They have different methods of passing on their knowledge there is where students begin to like the teachers, according to their own individual preferences.