SEVEN LAWS OF THE TEACHER #1

LAW OF THE TEACHER

If you stop growing today, you stop teaching tomorrow.
  1. The PHILOSOPHY that you as a teacher should embrace is that you are a learner. Would you rather have your students drink from an overflowing living stream or a stagnant pool? What have you learned lately?

  2. You must have the ATTITUDE that you have not arrived and always ask, “How can I improve?”

  3. Teaching involves a RELATIONSHIP between the message and method – the nature of the message determines the nature of the method. Our message is the Word of God, the Creator of the heavens and the earth. It is a crime to bore people with the Word of God.
How can you implement the law of the teacher?
  1. By a consistent study and reading program. Get into the Word of God yourself and reflect upon what you read.

  2. By getting to know your students. Not just age-group characteristics but their specific needs.

  3. By intense personal evaluation (of your teaching)


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Alan's Gleanings | October 2011 by Alan S.L. Wong