One of the most important parts in the healthy development of an infant is played by education. But the way in which education is perceived has changed radically, as we must not forget that the harsh and unfeeling way of bringing up a child in the past was primarily based on ruthless grounding and stern rules that were supposed to create accomplished individuals, the typical gentlemen. Nowadays, society is much more open-minded and it does not put a great value on being strict, although this doesn't mean that opinions regarding this subject do not differ.
On the one hand, there are those in favor of a strict teachers, the narrow-minded people that consider that only a rough hand is able to properly educate a child. Firstly, according to their opinion, children shou
ld fear their teachers, this being the only way in which they would study. In addition to that, it is thought that a pupil will never learn because he enjoys doing so and takes interest in what he is doing, but because this is what he is supposed to do if he doesn't want a low grade.
On the other hand, there are also people who believe that there has got to be a bound between teacher and student if any satisfying results are awaited. Luckily for us, more and more teachers are understanding this fact and are doing their best to get over the strict rules and get in touch with us.
My opinion is that only by having a friendly attitude and accepting other opinions, especially those of your pupils, you are truly able to do your job at high standards. However, this does not mean that a teacher shouldn't be a bit more rough when he feels that things are getting out of hand. All in all, I must say that a good teacher is the teacher that has the ability to be kind and strict at the same time, thus achieving to gain his students respect and interest.
A Good Teacher is a Strict Teacher written by Diana Trusca for FamousWhy.com
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