What is a Good Teacher?

We are always learning and discovering new things that will allow us to continue on the path of success.

Everyone is always in motion at some time in their life. They are either going up or getting better, or they can be falling back on bad habits.

Nobody is ever standing still in life. That is because the world is always changing and if you don’t improve you will be left behind.

Not only is the world always changing, but so are you. We are not the same person that we were last year, last month, or even yesterday. We have changed, even if it has been very little.

We have chosen a path that paved way to our meeting inside the training room.
Every teacher wants to be a good teacher, but what is this myth about being a “good teacher”? Who is it?


A good teacher has a very good personality; there is no second thought about it. Students always get attracted to teachers with good personality which leads to better communication, understanding, and ultimately good results.

Everyone can have a good, decent, likable, and presentable personality. Just dress sensibly well, smell good, and be a little gentle and kind. That’s all.


A good teacher is passionate about learning, understands that the teacher’s role is to provide opportunities for learning, and is a good listener.

Learning is how people make sense of their world, and it comes naturally to little children as they explore, investigate, and build.

There is a saying that goes ‘a teacher is only as good as his/her knowledge is.’ After all, he/she is doing a teacher’s job, which is to teach.

If he/she himself/herself lacks in the knowledge of a certain subject that he/she teaches, he/she is never going to make a name for himself/herself.


It is a logical fact that a person generally teaches the next generation and as they are younger than the teacher, they are expected to have more fun in the class too.

So, a good teacher is the one who can keep up with his/her sense of humor, and with his/her strong communication skills and personality, can also maintain the discipline of the class.

Credit to: Zyla Ann

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