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INTRODUCTION

A teacher is an acknowledged guide or helper in processes of learning. They play a vital role in the overall development of the students. They are responsible for imparting academic knowledge, and for inculcating the right values and principles to their students. The importance of teachers is especially enormous during the formative years of children when they first join school. Therefore it is very important to have professionally qualified teachers to ensure the right development of students. Good teachers can translate information, good judgments, experience and wisdom into relevant knowledge that a student can understand and retain.

Apart from this the teachers may accompany students on field trips, supervise study halls, help with the organization of school functions, and serve as supervisors for extracurricular activities Thus it is very necessary to be adequately equipped with resources that will make the teacher a perfect role model to the students. The teaching profession is regarded for having a body of specialized professional knowledge, codes of ethics and internal monitoring. There are number of teachers colleges which are operated both by government and private organizations to certify, govern and enforce the standards of practice for the teaching profession.

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There are number of teachers colleges which are operated both by government and private organizations to certify, govern and enforce the standards of practice for the teaching profession. There is a significant difference between primary and secondary teaching where in primary schools each class has a teacher who stays with them for most of the week and will teach them the whole curriculum. In secondary schools they will be taught by different subject specialists each session during the week and may have 10 or more different teachers. There is a system of education USA called as "platoon" system, involves placing a group of students together in one class that moves from one specialist to another for every subject. There is a new trend of co-teaching where the co-teachers work harmoniously with the main teacher to fulfill the needs of every student in the classroom. Co-teaching focuses the student on learning by providing a social networking support that allows them to reach their full cognitive potential.

Career

Teaching is now even more challenging, enriching and satisfying. Like any other profession, career advancement is only limited by your own performance and potential. Teachers are the key to everything that is being done in Education. There is wide scope of employment in this industry depending upon the candidate�s educational qualifications. They can find employment in

Play schools/Nursery schools/Primary schools - Here the teachers have a huge responsibility for they lay the foundation in children. They introduce children to numbers, language, science, social studies as well social interactions.

Secondary schools - The secondary school teachers instruct students of higher classes where they deal with one particular subject in which they specialize.

Colleges/Universities - In universities or colleges there are lecturers and professors who specialize in a particular field. Depending upon their ability and service in the field they get promoted as principal, vice-chancellor in the management level.

Special schools - A challenging area in the field of teaching is that of dealing with children having physical and mental handicap and learning disabilities. It is different from the normal teaching norms as each child needs special care depending on ones disability.

Educational research institutes

Self employment
by starting institutes/tutorials

Famous Personalities:

Torben K. Jensen

TORBEN K.JENSEN
Torben K. Jensen, associate professor and PhD, was presented with Aarhus University�s university pedagogics award (DKK 75,000) in appreciation of his efforts to provide excellent and innovative teaching at Aarhus University.Torben K. Jensen has been the Manager of the Centre for Learning and Education at the Faculty of Social Sciences since the centre opened in 2003. His innovative, excellent work has been absolutely vital in increasing awareness of teaching forms and teaching quality.

At the Faculty of Social Sciences Torben K. Jensen has been the driving force behind the establishment of courses for student instructors, courses for PhD scholars, and courses for experienced teachers. His latest innovation is a brand-new course in supervision for associate professors and professors, something which will undoubtedly help to improve the supervision provided by the faculty at both Master and PhD level.

His efforts mean that Aarhus University as a whole is now much better equipped than ever before to deal with challenges related to teaching and pedagogics. Among other things, he has played a major role in creating the University Pedagogics Development Unit at Aarhus University. He has been chairman of this unit since 2004. At national level he has taught a range of courses for directors of studies and heads of department.

James Brenan

JAMES BRENAN
joined the U of T community in 1996 as an assistant professor and has since been appointed associate professor with tenure. His field of research is hydrothermal systems. Whether he is teaching large first-year courses or highly specialized graduate courses, Brenan always strives to make learning both a new and student-centered experience. His dedication to teaching extends beyond the classroom. Brenan runs field trips in two of his undergraduate courses and also leads the second-year field course in the department.

A student who participated in one of Brenan's field trips remarks: One realizes how good Professor Brenan's teaching ability is when standing at the side of the Trans-Canada Highway in blowing rain or snow and he is still captivating his audience and inspiring those who are willing to brave the elements with him Brenan instills in students the incentive to be the best. His students describe him as an "exceptional role model" who "leads by example," "a leader in the truest sense of the word" - one who "challenges students and makes them excited to learn."Brenan is also an extraordinary, committed pubic educator, highly active in community outreach on behalf of the geology department. He is a tremendous ambassador to this university.

Stephen Morris

STEPHEN MORRIS
joined the physics department as an assistant professor in 1993 and became associate professor with tenure in 1998.Morris teaches throughout the physics curriculum from first year through to the graduate level. This year and last, Morris has been one of the instructors for a first-year course, "Fundamentals of Physics," a challenging course for many students. The department of physics gives Morris and his co-Instructor, Mike Luke, much of the credit for the 21 per cent increased enrollment in second-year chemistry. The increase, they believe, is because both instructors have been so successful in keeping students enthusiastic throughout the course.

In recognition of his teaching in this course, Morris received the 2003 APUS/SAC award for excellence in teaching, an award managed entirely by students. His students describe him as approachable, enthusiastic, humorous, creative, dedicated and innovative in his approach to teaching. Morris brings his research into the classroom and brings the classroom into his laboratory. By organizing tours of his lab, Morris gives his students a unique opportunity to see physics at work in his own research.

Of his performance as a teacher, one student comments: I found Professor Morris to be very conscious of the fact that students were coming from many different backgrounds, and quite good in polling the class to see if students felt confused about something in the lesson that might be presumed knowledge. He seemed genuinely excited about what he was teaching us. I truly appreciated his effort to organize activities outside of class, such as lab tours and movie days. He even prompted us to start a physics club.

Horoscope - Career for Zodiac Signs

If you have the passion for teaching and to dedicate yourself to this noble profession then just check out these sun signs which are in most favour of this career.

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