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I want to become a teacher? which subject is best?

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i want to be a good teacher to prepare good citizen of India to be a supper power.. #teacher #professor #education #educators #dean

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Kapil’s Answer

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Hi,
You can choose any subject you like..! It is independent of what others suggest..!

thank you very much Rajeshwari R.
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Elaine’s Answer

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You have to decide what you have a passion for because that's what you do best in for your students. Find the subject area and agree range you'd love spending time with each day and study toward that end. Good luck to you

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Rachel’s Answer

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<span style="background-color: transparent;"> I am an English teacher, we work with other teachers of all different subjects. We have 5 teaching blocks or periods per day, 1 prep period, and 1 lunch period. Depending on the grade level the work environment shifts. But generally we are teaching different cohorts of students each period of the day, typically teaching the same lessons depending on grade and level, and or prepping and grading work. I love working as a teacher. </span>

It's helpful to take higher-level classes in Sociology, Psychology, and Human Development. Definitely take at least two or more 2000+ level courses in these subjects. You will learn about society and how it functions in a way that may be harmful to our student and how to combat social constructions and become more aware of them. This will make you a better teacher in the long run and having and understanding of sociology as a whole will make you a better person, help you understand your students and connect with them. Studying psychology and human development will help you learn about the way people learn (and therefore you will learn how to best teach your students). Depending on the phase of life adolescents and children are in, they learn differently, and their brain works differently as well. It is essential to have an understanding of this prior to becoming an educator. It will also help you to connect with students, parents, and families. Human Development and Family Studies will also allow you to become more culturally aware of students and families that come from different backgrounds; this will allow you to unlearn implicit biases and recognize them in yourself and others (and therefore, grow from them). Overall, these three fields of study are absolutely essential when pursuing teaching. Taking the time to take 2 or more classes in each of these subjects will help you become the best teacher you can possibly be. Other than these, the more obvious answer is take as many classes as possible in the subject-area you want to teach AND take education courses.

To be a good teacher, essentially, treat them like human beings. Your students are people too and communicating effectively with them, essentially means communicating with them. Be genuine, compassionate, caring, and show them you care about them as a person and beyond the classroom. Your students need to know that you have a genuine compassion for their feelings and that you care about what they have to say. This starts with building relationships with your students, allowing them to get to know you, and showing a genuine interest in getting to know them.


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Elle’s Answer

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There is no good subject for the best teachers! The best teachers are those who can make #learning into a "good" experience, who can transform any subject into a powerful and positive a-ha moment The best teachers know their sublect well; they are motivated about what they don't yet know about their subject and seek to learn it for their students. Love learning. That's what's important!

As a #teacher, your job is to do your best to make the subject you're teaching interesting, relevant, accessible. That comes naturally when you are teaching a subject that interests YOU. For me, it was history. I wanted students to see and feel the power of history,, of knowing the past and making connections to the present. Remember the topics that made you excited as a student? Ask yourself: What do I want my students to learn ? How do I want them to feel after one of my lessons? You'll be able to figure it out from there.

Good #teaching starts from within! And remember what you don't know isn't necessarily a limitation. it's just more for you to learn and share with your students! You don't necessarily have to be an expert in any one subject, just be passionate enough for your students to feel the joy of whatever you're teaching.

Good luck!
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Rachel’s Answer

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It's helpful to take higher-level classes in Sociology, Psychology, and Human Development. Definitely take at least two or more 2000+ level courses in these subjects. You will learn about society and how it functions in a way that may be harmful to our student and how to combat social constructions and become more aware of them. This will make you a better teacher in the long run and having and understanding of sociology as a whole will make you a better person, help you understand your students and connect with them. Studying psychology and human development will help you learn about the way people learn (and therefore you will learn how to best teach your students). Depending on the phase of life adolescents and children are in, they learn differently, and their brain works differently as well. It is essential to have an understanding of this prior to becoming an educator. It will also help you to connect with students, parents, and families. Human Development and Family Studies will also allow you to become more culturally aware of students and families that come from different backgrounds; this will allow you to unlearn implicit biases and recognize them in yourself and others (and therefore, grow from them). Overall, these three fields of study are absolutely essential when pursuing teaching. Taking the time to take 2 or more classes in each of these subjects will help you become the best teacher you can possibly be. Other than these, the more obvious answer is take as many classes as possible in the subject-area you want to teach AND take education courses.


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Vaughn E.’s Answer

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What subject do you love, and brings out the best of your strengths?

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