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 Post subject: Teaching difficulty
PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2015 10:53 pm 
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Hi all! I’m not a teacher basically, but I take taken up teaching in an underprivileged school, a part of my social service. I never thought teaching could be difficult. I respect teachers, because teaching is a real talent. I do my work during mornings and then it is in the evening that I go to teach. The day is tightly packed for me and I do not get much time to prepare for the class. The kids there are really brilliant but sometimes I fail in giving them the proper training. I got hold of many kits like the teacher’s time saver kit, essay writing kit ( http://www.timesaversforteachers.com/the-language-pack/ ) etc. They are helping me a lot. I've got a students with extremes of IQ levels. Handling them together in a class has become difficult. I worry about kids who are not able to grasp it fast. And I'm not a trained teacher. How do I manage them?


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 Post subject: Re: Teaching difficulty
PostPosted: Sun Feb 01, 2015 7:42 pm 
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I've been a trained teacher for 50 years, at every level — primary, secondary and tertiary (university) and special needs, as well as teaching teachers! — and no teachers I know think that teaching is easy. Every day is a challenge.

Your post could have been written by most good, conscientious school teachers, so don't be hard on yourself.

What age groups do you teach? Do you specialize in subjects or are you a generalist?

You "manage" the students by challenging them — and enlisting their support if they're brighter. Have the more advanced students help to teach the students who are slower to learn.

Have you searched online for any communities, forums or other resources where teachers share ideas and techniques?

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 Post subject: Re: Teaching difficulty
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I am a qualified teacher with 4 years experience teaching.


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 Post subject: Re: Teaching difficulty
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I'm also teacher with 8 years experience. For me teaching is not easy.


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