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Ten steps to becoming a qualified teacher

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By Mike Leibling and Robin Priorpersonal and organisational coaches.

Teacher training can be a heavy load to bear, but follow our survival guide, and qualified teacher status will be yours for the taking

People attracted to teaching want to make a contribution. They have positive thoughts about the future and know that learning will enhance the quality of children’s lives. They know that society will function better if people give more than they receive. They are rarely motivated by money, status or power. That is why two things may come as a shock to student teachers. The first is that this gift of learning is not always welcomed by all children. Indeed, some children see school as an imposition perpetrated by people to be disliked. The second is that becoming a teacher is not always a smooth path. Much has to be survived and below are some tips to help you do that.

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Being organised and prepared is key to becoming a good teacher

1 Take full responsibility

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  1. eden lhamo
    on 13 March 2010

    it was really nice to go thru

    I AM VERY HAPPY TO GO THRU YOUR STEPS HOW TO BE A GOOD TEACHER…. AS WELL AS LEARNING SOMETHING GOOD…TO BE A GOOD TEACHER…......