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Well,

Lemme tell U guys about the Eastern values.

There are three types of teachers/masters in the East.

1. Shikshyak

2. Acharya

3.Guru

Shikshyak refers to the modern "teacher" who knows only about the things and tells to the students and doesn't think of it that much. He might have got a degree or PhD or else he is just a teacher and teaches only, never thinks about its impact. A teacher is a that person who tells the students not to smoke coz' it's bad for health but smokes himself as the doctors using alchohole and kinda stuffs.

An Acharya is a person who has got mastery over ownself and lives the life according to his teachings/his moral. If he says not to smoke, he himself doesn't smoke.

A Guru is far better than anyhing/anyone. "GU" means the dark and "RU" means the light so the GURU brings the light into the person the who goes to him putting the dark away.

Well, I think U guys are better understood why it is so !!!

Happy New Year

the Everes guy
teacher like soil and water ...

students like seed ,

when the seeds drop in the soil and to be fed by wather..

seeds turn as sapling .... sapling turns later on tree and one they tree give us fruits..

good teacher try to educate to students ... and help them without hasitation...

bad teacher never care about students ...
Hi there,

Hmm, you are quite a bit right but depends upon the seed too, if the seed is rotten then how come it gonna grow ???

So, teacher and the student are the two sides of a coin. And I hope you'd go through the Eastern kind of classification too.

regards

the Everest guy
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I suppose a dedicated teacher has to be capable of teaching complicated material and at the same time capable of holding students' interest.
Yes,

A good teacher always inspires the students in learning. He uses whole lots of things to motivate students. But it depends on the environment and the studetns. Still, a teacher can't run away from his responsibilities saying the particular student is not good and so.

But the whole education system is wrong, so even a good and motivating teacher can't do that much good. The system is just a hypocracy kind of. There's no special technique to motivate. Have anyone heard of "Superlearning" ??? This is the real thing to guide on the learning.

So I don't blame on teachers and the students. Almost of the people use only 2-3 per cent of the brain but "Superlearning" at least doubles the rate of learning. So, the methodology is wrong.

Regards
Savvy,

There is no such thing as a good or bad teacher, neither it is a good or bad student. Everything has to do with the attitude that you have towards learning and/or teaching. I've been a teacher (English as a Second Language) for 7 years. I must tell you that I've had great students who are really interested in the course and tried their best. I've also had students who are great teenagers but are really not interested in anything dealing with academics, they like to work (jobs), they are creative in many ways and like to participate, but other situations that surround them don't help them get through the academic process. Teachers, they all have different personalities. I remember one of my teachers; very strict, no smile but she new what she was teaching. I had another one that would have a strict routine, lots of explaining and demonstration, ... would put you to think, and had a sweet smile but she was firm and rules had to be carried out or you would be sent to the principal. Right now both of these teachers have my respect, they contributed in my life.

Students are students and teachers have to be sweet but they have to be firm and disciplined.

Jesus loves humans but some humans just don't care if Jesus loves them.

Teachers love their students but some students don't care if the teacher loves them.

Teachers try to make their best, to get to students and motivate them.

ATTITUDE IS the answer.
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Passionate_freakWell,
Lemme tell U guys about the Eastern values.
There are three types of teachers/masters in the East.
1. Shikshyak
2. Acharya
3.Guru
Shikshyak refers to the modern "teacher" who knows only about the things and tells to the students and doesn't think of it that much. He might have got a degree or PhD or else he is just a teacher and teaches only, never thinks about its impact. A teacher is a that person who tells the students not to smoke coz' it's bad for health but smokes himself as the doctors using alchohole and kinda stuffs.
An Acharya is a person who has got mastery over ownself and lives the life according to his teachings/his moral. If he says not to smoke, he himself doesn't smoke.
A Guru is far better than anyhing/anyone. "GU" means the dark and "RU" means the light so the GURU brings the light into the person the who goes to him putting the dark away.
Well, I think U guys are better understood why it is so !!!
Happy New Year
the Everes guy

Well, I am an Asian, and in my native language (Indonesian), "guru" means "teacher".