1. The smile on students’ faces when all of a sudden they understand a new skill.Die Idee gefällt mir. "What motivates you?" fragt Pat Hensley zum Schluß und lädt damit ein, sich den positiven Aspekten zuzuwenden. Dank an sie dafür.
2. Seeing students, who think they can’t do something, suddenly realize that all things are possible.
3. Sharing knowledge that students may not know.
4. Parents who appreciate me and encourage me to continue what I’m doing.
5. Learning something new along with my students.
6. Knowing in their hearts, these students really want to be successful.
7. Facing the challenge of teaching students who have not been successful in the past and seeing them become successful in the present.
8. Talking to former students who remember me and finding out how they are and what they are doing now.
9. Students who begin to ask questions and are thirsting to learn more.
10. The hope that I will influence someone else in a positive way.
Freitag, 16. Oktober 2009
The smile on students’ faces when all of a sudden they understand a new skill.
Pat Hensley, Successful Teaching, erstellte und veröffentlichte eine Top Ten Liste der Gründe, die sie motivieren zu unterrichten: