Do Teachers Encourage… Or Discourage?

Very interesting. Today, one of the naturopathic professors in my class told us “You cannot become a rich as a naturopath”. Wow, how dare he! As a teacher, it is your job to encourage, teach, and motivate. I will be reporting him. IF you cannot say something nice, don’t say anything at all. He doesn’t know what the future will bring for us. Just because HE was never rich, does not mean you cannot become rich and successful. Continue to succeed and work hard! Naturopathic doctors can make it! 🙂

Sir Patrick Of Ireland

The career of a teacher is one of the most well known in the world. From an early age, we all know what a teacher does, why they do it, and as we get older, we’re told that it’s a secure job – one that has high pay, good holidays and is also considered easy.

However in society we constantly underestimate the role of a teacher. We forget that a teacher doesn’t waltz into school, sing the alphabet to infants, and walk out again later on that day. A teacher has to work hard to impart knowledge, and it’s certainly not something that everyone can do. The reality is that they spend half of their personal lives thinking about school, their pupils, and planning lessons and researching new teaching methods. At least, that’s what a good teacher does.

So what’s the difference between a good and a bad teacher? A…

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