Is it right to call your teacher teacher?
Yes if it's okay with the teacher, especially if you're in kindergarten and can't remember your teacher's name. No if it's not okay with the teacher. I would ask first. It may be disrespectful. If the teacher says okay, be ready to be called student, green shirt boy, etc.
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Answer . There are lot of teachers that are hired in The USA. Most of them are hired in Science and Mathematics. As for money which is a big issue for most of the teachers. Tachers doesn't really get that much. They start of with around $35to$40 thousand dollars depending on which state you teach… in.. -----. There are about 5 million teachers in the United States, or roughly one out of every 60 people. This is from kindergarten through university, both public and private. It does not include corporate trainers or those who teach part time private workshops, etc. . http://nces.ed.gov/programs/digest/d07/tables/dt07_004.asp (MORE)
The daily life of a teacher is; . planning lesson plans . teaching children with many levels of learning . standing yard duty . going to meetings . filling out forms required by the state and the district . doing grades . grading papers . observation of student behavior and work . parent co…ntact . preparing lessons to be taught . organizing materials . knowing the state and district standards . state testing prep . taking classes in education/inservices . solving problems within the classroom between students . dealing with students who don't want to learn . trying to stop mean people . keeping accurate records . knowing the teaching materials for the grade level/subject . fund raisers . coaching sports, spelling bee coach, student councilorganizer The Owl Knowledge: The Owl Knowledge: The leading Tuiton Agencywith numerous tutors in Singapore. (MORE)
A teacher teaches things from basic life skills to exotic arts. A teacher can be a mentor, a parent, a friend, or a hired professional. Teachers at schools generally teach the basics such as math, science, social studies, language arts, physical education, health, and social skills. For teachers who… teach in grades preschool through 12th, they are responsible for them and the students they teach are in their custody. Grading papers and planning lessons and helping students with problems of all kinds are a few things teachers do as well. They usually require a degree if they are to work as a paid school teacher, and not just a tutor. (MORE)
A teacher is a person that shows and explains how to preform tasks that can later help people through their lives. Usually a teacher works at a school helping students between the ages of 4-20.
n. No, teachers are not always right. They are normally right, ecpeccially if they are reading out of a text book :) nope nope they are not always right unless it it is fact to fact! :P
Teachers responsibilities are to pay attention to the students education. Help them learn their way through life.
Jewish teachers are called 'teachers' in English. In Hebrew, the word for teacher is 'morah' (f) or 'moreh' (m). A rabbi is a Jewish teacher. Rabbis are educated in Jewish law;therefore, they can interpret and make decisions, which allowstudents to get a better understanding.
Typically, a Zen Buddhist teacher is called "sensei" and a senior sensei is called "roshi.". An ordained Zen priest who is sanctioned to teach typically changes his or her name to a dharma or Buddhist name.. For example, the present abbot or spiritual leader of the Rochester Zen Center used to be …named "Peter Kjolhede." He is now known as "The Venerable Bodhin Kjolhede, Roshi" or just "Roshi" to his students.. Other sanghas do it slightly differently, so that "Charlotte Beck" becomes "Charlotte Joko Beck" or "John Loori" becomes "John Daido Loori." Sometimes those who are familiar with a teacher use that teacher's dharma name as opposed to using the more generic "sensei" or "roshi.". There is no standard naming authority, and semantic inflation is a fact of life. (MORE)
We should call her as Miss, or Mrs(If she had a husband).. EG:. Mrs.Lee. Miss.Lee. We should call her as Miss, or Mrs(If she had a husband).. EG:. Mrs.Lee. Miss.Lee. ~missus and miss, also abreviated, Mrs. and Ms. one of the girls at my school pronounced it muhrisses it was pretty sad~scrunn…chy (MORE)
Teachers are called teachers because they teach. If you look carefully, the word 'teacher' have a 'teach' in it. The 'er' was added because it means someone who do a noun before the 'er'.
To relay information which can be used to get decent examination results, securing a decent job. Also, teachers are to show you how to read, write, and not be an overall moron sucking on their thumb. Parents may be more fun (sometimes) but teachers are more knowlageable on a certain subject and know… what to be teaching. (MORE)
Teacher's Favorite Ideally, the teacher would like all students equally and there would be no favorites, but just as there are people outside the classroom that we like better than others, there are students that teachers like better than others. It's natural for those students to become a teache…r's favorites. There's nothing right or wrong about that as long as the teacher treats all students equally and does not give the 'favorites' special privileges or treatment. (MORE)
It usually is never a good time but what if the teacher was hitting you?wouldn't it be good to defend yourself? in situations that require you to physically defend yourself it is then a good time to land a punch (with control so you don't really injure the man/woman).
Of course, a substitute teacher has all the rights and responsibilities a teacher has. Yes, the sub has the responsibilities of a teacher. But I disagree about rights. If there is a Substitute Teacher's Union or state organization in place, then there are rights. This is very rare. The truth is th…at a sub has no one to advocate for her or him. Three complaints (perhaps) and you can lose your job, even after years of work. If you are a retired teacher in the district & return to your old school, this of course is different. Everyone knows you. However, if you rotate among all the many schools in the district as I do, you rarely get to know anyone. The complaint arrives, the teacher and principal have never seen your face. There is a vulnerability in this situation that is hard to accept. (MORE)
The question speaks of something that by the nature of man is impossible. We are an inquisitive species, loving to learn, and we love even more being able to share it with others. Even animals "teach" their young. If all human teachers disappeared, new ones would take their place at once. The chang…eover would be swift and complete. In concentration camps, war blasted areas and slave cabins of the old south, there have always been teachers, even when it was prohibited. If there were no teachers, there would literally have to be no humans. (MORE)
If there were no teachers obviously there wood be no school and you wood not learn anything
Yes, the teacher has the right to censor a student writting if published a read by a third party. However, the teacher must have permission from the principal or another district official. According to Hazelwood V. Kuhlkeier, a student author argued that censorship violated their first amendment rig…ht to freedom of speech. The Supreme Court disagreed, stating that adminstrator can edit material that reflect school values. I'm only concluding that teacher can do the same only if it does not reflect the values of their classroom! (MORE)
Assuming the student is a lot younger than them, it may be looked on as wrong because of the large age gap. Also, being a teacher means you should be professional, and having a crush on a student may make you more unprofessional. However, I suppose people can't help who they have crushes on. But te…achers definitely shouldn't get romantically involved with a student. (MORE)
Not always. If you know (make sure you KNOW) they are wrong you could offer to correct them (just try no to get on their nerves (It really isn't worth it)). If it is something minor like a spelling mistake you might want to tell them in private so as not to embarrass them. Some teachers can get very… touchy about this sort of thing, others take it quite well ("I was just testing you" etc.) just like anybody else could be.If they are wrong on some key point you should (probably) say so in the lesson to prevent your classmates from being misinformed. Just remember to be respectful. Even it they are wrong, you should be polite and respectful. (MORE)
As a teacher you do lots of things. Here is a few plan lessons do lesson plans and turn in to the administration each week collect all supplies needed for each lesson stand yard duty have parent conferences fill out various forms for the school/state take attendance keep accurate records keep grade …book do report cards collect student work/files attend teacher meetings go to in services ( even on vacations) attend school board meetings help select textbooks decorate classroom testing prep and attend in services on giving state testing attend meetings required for students needing special services be a bit of mother, nurse, counselor attend Back to School Night and Open House Coach sports, spelling bee, student council activities serve on parent/teacher committees fill out student forms for end of each year close out classroom at the end of each year meet state and district standards in each subject follow the state framework for each subject know at least 8 different subjects for a K-8 teacher know each child and how each child is different solve problems that come up in the school day stop student bullies/fights prepare any work or lessons for a sub get a 30 minute lunch and if you are lucky a 10 minute bathroom break in the school day I may have left one or two out of my list, but this is what is required as a teacher and I what I have done for 27 years. (MORE)
basic right of teachers are, to respect and pray for them as they are the one who guide us
Yes, so long as it is not your teacher and you are over 18. The majority of teachers get married and have families so it must be right.
Teachers are here for the purpose of sharing their information or skills with those who lack them.
There is no doubt that each one of us struggles so that his child becomes successful, and he rejoices when his child is studying and working hard, or when he becomes a scholar. On the other hand, he becomes saddened if this child is not successful and is expelled from school. These are natural feeli…ngs and sensible behavior, but we must prepare right from the beginning in order to provide the proper techniques to achieve the happy ending. (MORE)
While the courts have made various rulings in a variety of ways, a student actually has no more or less rights than an adult. An adult who walks into the store does not have the right to dress as he likes, smoke as he likes, yell (or argue) at clerks as he likes, fight with customers as he likes,… or demonstrate for a cause as he likes. Similarly, a student who walks into a school has no right to dress as he likes, smoke as he likes, yell (or argue) with teachers as he likes, fight with students as he likes, or demonstrate for a cause as he likes. A student is there to learn. He does not "own" the locker where he hides things. He has no right of free speech to sass the teacher or gun rights to settle disputes. And he will hardly have such "rights" when he's an adult, bosses search employee lockers, too, nor may they be "sassed" at work, nor are guns allowed. Rights in this nation boil down (after all the exceptions and case laws are factored in) to the fact that you may be relatively free in your own home. Step outside your home, and you are subject to restrictions. Most you won't agree with. And that's what adults deal with every day. With kids it worse because they cannot - or will not if 18 - have a home to be free in. They are in another's home, and so have no respite. This is sad. But a trade off, for the livelihood is provided. In the end, it all depends on what rights the teacher is taking away from the student. If the teacher is taking away the right to bear arms, it is completely fine (since students should not have guns, anyway). If the teacher is taking away the student's right to not speak as to not incriminate his/herself, then the teacher cannot do that. (MORE)
Calling Students Fat It's very doubtful that a teacher would be reprimanded for calling a student fat, though they might be reminded that heavy or overweight might be a better choice of words. So yes, unless a school has a policy that specifically states that a teacher cannot call a student fat, …they can. (MORE)
this is grammatically incorrect: 'does he a teacher' is stating that he 'does' a teacher. there is no such usage in correct English other than that of slang, and would imply a sexual connotation.
Possibly a Teacher Trainer, or a Teacher Educator. For more information, see Related links below. I believe the Japanese term is Hanshi.
No. It is NOT right for a teacher to do that but if they have a good reason to, then yes. Like if you do something they asked you not to or ur hurting anouther student or somehting like that then yes. Bur if you feel like it was not right for them to do that to you, then tell some one.
Sorry, this is probably closely held information because of security and safety concerns. I think just normal precautions should be taken with famous people like Connie.
if you love it and know you love and that's want you want to be the rest of your life
There weren't schools or teachers in the middle ages. So, they weren't called anything. About 90% of the population couldn't read or write. _____________ There were schools and teachers in the Middle Ages. Most education was conducted by Monks, Priests and in some cases the Bishop. The Church …pretty much controlled education. The first Universities were being formed all across Europe and England. The University of Bologna was founded in 1088, Oxford founded 1096 but not officially recognized until 1157. Dozens of Universities were founded during the Middle Ages. During this time there was a struggle to have non-religious teachers in the schools. Generally the teachers were called Masters. (MORE)
It's the teacher's class, so she or he can do whatever they want with homework.
So we can learn great skills to help us make our way through life, obtain good jobs. Teachers help us to understand what life is eventually going to throw at us and and to cope with any issues we face. Knowledge is Power to the Elbow!
Within the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church), there are many different titles given to various leaders and teachers depending on their position. The top leader of the Church is referred to as the president and prophet of the Church. His official title is 'President so…-and-so'. He has two counselors who are also addressed as 'President'. These three men make up the 'first presidency'. Below the First Presidency is the Quorum of Twelve Apostles. Each of these twelve men is considered an Apostle, and is addressed as "Elder so-and-so". Below the Quorum of the Twelve are regional leaders called Seventies. They are addressed as "Elder so-and-so" as well. The leader of a congregation (a ward) is called a Bishop. He is called "Bishop so-and-so". He has two counselors, but they are addressed as "Brother", not "Bishop". Small congregations (a branch) will be lead by a Branch President, who is addressed as "President" instead of "Bishop". A group of local congregations is clumped together to form a Stake. The Stake is lead by a President and two counselors. Only the President is addressed as "President so-and-so", the others are addressed as "Brother". Within a congregation, each member holds a positon, either as a member of the priesthood or as a teacher, assistant, secretary, etc. Members of congregations typically address each other as "Brother" or "Sister", regardless of their responsibility or position. Missionaries are addressed as "Elder" or "Sister", just as their nametags identify them. (MORE)
In oder to be a teacher you have to be tollorable of students you must maintain a good attitude towards your students you must know what you are doing meaning knowing how to teach
shekh is the old Arabic word for teacher, now it is called a MUDARRIS or MU'ALIM
Answer Scholars have several options on the historical Jesus: . Jesus was the son of God, and was crucified in Jerusalem around 30 CE; . Jesus was a wandering preacher who lived in Palestine in the first half of the first century but was probably not crucified by the Romans; . Jesus of Nazaret…h never existed - the early Christians believed in a purely spiritual Jesus. R. E. Van Voorst ( Jesus Outside the New Testament ) says, "Some readers may be surprised or shocked that many books and essays - by my count, over one hundred - in the past two hundred years have fervently denied the very existence of Jesus." (MORE)
The main teacher on the program victorious is called sikowitz who is the drama teacher
The reason teachers can't talk about religion is because parents are worried they might brainwash their kids. Everyone has their own biased opinion on religion so it's not proper to talk about religion, especially among young kids. There have actually been lawsuits on teachers because parents say th…eir kids come home and ask them why they're not a different religion and etc. Because there is a general separation of church and state, and most schools being state run, teachers have to keep religious things away from the students. If a teacher is found doing this it's probably through what is called the "hidden curriculum", which where the teacher, unknowingly is pushing their students towards a specific belief or choice (religious or political etc...) (MORE)
I think you mean sad instead of sad and yes It is alright to be sad because someone has lost a live Hope this helps
Rasputin=Science teacher The Yeti=The teacher that makes the assemblies Monkey=The maths teacher Mrs.Clarts=History teacher Mrs.Dandoo=One of the auxiliaries
she was overheard calling him 'addled' meaning scrambled. also it was mentioned in the following Youtube video of what the teacher said to him, though i'm not sure they are her exact words.
Depending on the rules of you school and the schoolboard, your teacher may or may not have the right to take the phone and answer the call if it is during school and it is interrupting a class. In most cases though the teacher will just ask you to hand over the phone.
You talk to them a little bit and if they dont tell you the answer then, then you get them again and tell them you dont know the answer and they will keep explaining it to you and eventually the answer will come out
the sikh teachers are called gurus. there are eleven gurus but they all had the same light in them. 1. guru nanak dev ji 2. guru angad dev ji 3.guru amar das ji 4. guru ram das ji 5. guru arjun dev ji 6. guru hargobing ji 7. guru har rai ji 8. guru har krishan ji 9. guru tegh bahadur ji 10. guru gob…ind singh ji 11. guru granth sahib ji (MORE)
Depends who strict your school is . If your school is really strict you might get suspended
The term sensei (å ç) refers to someone who's older than you, and inmost cultures acknowledge the association of "knowledge increaseswith age".
Depends on what you mean by "head teacher." If you are asking about founders, the answer would be Joseph Smith, Jr. If you are referring to people in charge of everything, (like the Pope is to Catholicism), the answer is the Prophet or President of the Church. If this question is more theologically …based, most mormons would probably answer, "Jesus Christ." (MORE)
In America, college professors with a doctorate should be called"Doctor Smith" where "Smith" is the last name. Those without adoctorate may be called "Professor Smith". The credentials of each teacher can usually be found in the coursecatalog, and the preferred term of address can usually be found …onthe course syllabus. Obviously, any professor who states anotherpreference (e.g.: "Please, call me Joe.") should be called by thatinstead. (MORE)