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Teachers, as we all know some are strict, some are lenient, and some are funny. Every teacher wants to be a good teacher. An ideal teacher is the one who is loved and respected by every student. A student will remember such a teacher long. How can a teacher become an ideal teacher? For years in this field, I would be happy to say, that is not an easy job.
Will the students remember me after they have become a successful person? To start with, an ideal teacher is someone who is willing to get up every morning with great excitement to teach. Students do not like a harsh teacher. A teacher who is always find fault with the work of his students in any task and scold them a lot, is an object of fear for them. Such a teacher is respected by the students from outwards only, he is not respected by the students from the bottom of their heart. An ideal teacher should, therefore, have a good personality and abundant knowledge.
He should know the psychology of students and also their individual problems. Knowledge is ever growing and so an ideal teacher should always prepare his lessons before he enters the class. He should be able to make the students feel interested in their subject and know that their minds are growing under his teaching. An ideal teacher is confident in his class. His voice is clear. What he says should have clarity. If he has knowledge of allied subjects, it would also help him to teach better. He is punctual, neatly dressed and disciplined. His character is perfect and spotless.