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  1. Introduction
  2. Exerting the influence of the teacher
  3. Summary of the interview with Yasser Kamel
  4. The interview with Robin O'Leary
  5. The interview with Marcela Correa
  6. The definition of a teacher
  7. Conclusion
  8. References

The responsibilities of teachers include teaching effectively by considering the individual students' needs in their classroom and using different instructional strategies as appropriate. In addition, teachers should be capable of organizing and connecting ideas and subjects. It is essential that teachers master the art of classroom management, as well as motivational and communication skills. The teacher should think about his or her students' abilities when planning weekly lessons so that he or she may prepare materials and activities in accordance with his or her students' abilities. While teachers are largely responsible for their students' education, there are some aspects of education which are beyond the teachers' capabilities. Parents expect teachers to make their children intelligent.

Keywords: Fatma Abdelghany, Yasser Kamel, Robin O'Leary

[...] The Definition of a Teacher (Essay) The definition of a teacher will differ depending on the educational philosophy of the individual providing the definition. The three major educational philosophies to consider are the adult-run, the child-run, and the collaborative philosophy. The adult-run is the traditional method of teaching, where the teacher is in the front of the room conveying his or her knowledge to the students. The child-run utilizes an enriched environment where children learn through exploring their own interests. [...]

[...] in Business Financing) The responsibilities of a teacher are multi-dimensional. The first dimension is to convey the subject matter and content to the students. The second dimension is to inspire in the student a passion for the subject. Finally, the third dimension is for the teacher to understand the weaknesses and strengths of the students and to work on developing the weaknesses and enhancing the strengths. It is not, however, the teacher's responsibility to get involved with the students' personal lives and assist with personal problems. [...]

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