Great Teachers Don’t Teach
“Great Teachers Don’t Teach” is a slogan that has been around for a while, but its meaning has not always been clear. Some people might say that great teachers don’t teach because they don’t need to, while others might say that great teachers don’t need to teach because they know what they’re doing. However, the truth is that great teachers do not need to teach – they do a lot else.
There are many great things that teachers can do besides teaching. They can help prepare students for college or the workforce, help children learn math and science, or even help parents learn more about their children’s scholastic potential. If a teacher is interested in doing something other than teaching, they are likely to be more successful.
Great teachers are not always needed in every school, and even in schools that have great teachers, there are likely to be students who are not meeting the standards set by the school. However, if a great teacher is not available, the student will not get the same level of instruction that they would have received if the teacher was present.
There are a number of factors that contribute to whether or not a teacher is successful. Great teachers are not just born, and they do not need a set amount of time or experience to be great teachers. A great teacher is not born, but they are built. They can learn and grow, and they can be better than any teacher who is not present.