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Learned or Learner: Do you learn more than your students do? — Douchy’s Blog

August 31, 2016

A big part of the teacher’s role has always been to serve as an example to their students, of what it looks like to be educated. When knowledge was the key to future success, a teacher was the living, breathing example of a learned person. Students could look up to their teachers and aspire to […]

via Learned or Learner: Do you learn more than your students do? — Douchy’s Blog

4 Comments leave one →
  1. Bogda permalink
    August 31, 2016 9:07 am

    …and that wasnt easy…☺

  2. zahra khan permalink
    April 19, 2018 2:39 pm

    I’ve been a grade 6 maths teacher at
    https://www.selectiveschoolexam.com for a fee years now. In order to be in a position of authority I believe it’s important to not just portray but know that you have more knowledge than your student, otherwise there is no point in being a teacher.

    Why would a student want to learn from someone who is intellectually equal to them, put yourself in the situation will you want to your teacher to be more learned than you? Obviously!

  3. Selective school teacher permalink
    April 19, 2018 2:40 pm

    I’ve been a grade 6 maths teacher at
    https://www.selectiveschoolexam.com for a fee years now. In order to be in a position of authority I believe it’s important to not just portray but know that you have more knowledge than your student, otherwise there is no point in being a teacher.

    Why would a student want to learn from someone who is intellectually equal to them, put yourself in the situation will you want to your teacher to be more learned than you? Obviously!

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