1. A discarnate who relates to an entity for the purpose of introduction, instruction, guidance or serving in capacity of mentor.
For each human being, who is by definition a "student" in this world, there is both a teacher and a teaching. Ultimately the only teacher is the Spirit speaking the divine Word spoken at the level of the heart. The instruments of the teaching and the teacher, however, may be many sources.
a person who provides to students: direct classroom teaching; classroom-type teaching in a non-classroom setting; or educational services directly related to classroom teaching such as school librarians and school guidance counselors.
a challenging and yet rewarding job
a cloud showering the rain of happiness, giving the cool breeze of bliss to his students
a facilitator, a motivator, and a mentor to those students who have come to them for an education
a guide and has an obligation to their student
a guide and not a sculptor
a guide to help students develop the ability to think on their own not only in the current situation but in the very depth of life-skills as well
a leader and everything I studied readily applied to the classroom
a leader and leaders need to lead by example
a leader in the classroom, and also should be a leader in the community
a leader of all her students
a man ( sic ) of learning skilled in teaching
an important variable in a student's formal learning environment
a person in the education profession
a person who takes from the university, whereas students are paying customers
a person who teaches and teaching is viewed as helping students to make their own decisions, to be independent thinkers and to challenge knowledge, not just to accept it uncritically
a poor mans leader
a pretty humble profession
a sculptor who chisels a rock, his student, into a beautiful idol
a significant person to all the students in a classroom, and he(or she) doesn't have to forget this fact
a special person who must possess special gifts, such as, patience, humbleness, respect and a willingness to always learn new things
a steward of the classroom, has dominion over it and must run it responsibly or be expelled from it
Any person employed in a school or school district under a license listed in 603 CMR 7.04 (3) (a). [Teacher of Record: Any candidate who is also serving as Teacher, and for whom UMB arranges to conduct Practicum within the context of the place of employment.
every class and seminar has its designated teacher, the person who leads these sessions. If a student is having difficulty with these sessions the teacher is the first person s/he should speak to.
A professional employed by a school district who holds a teaching certificate/licence and delivers educational, administrative and/or special services to students, excluding directors, assistant directors, and program specialists.
A teacher has a BC teaching certificate and is employed by a school board to provide an educational program to students or to administer or supervise the provision of an educational program to students. â€œTeacherâ€ populations are calculated by headcount.[Detailed Technical Glossary of Terms
In education, one who teaches students or pupils, often a course of study, lesson plan, or a practical skill, including learning and thinking skills. There are many different ways to teach and help students learn. This is often referred to as the teacher's pedagogy. When deciding what teaching method to use, a teacher will need to consider students' background knowledge, environment, and their learning goals as well as standardized curriculum as determined by their school district.
A teacher has BC teacher certification and is employed by a school board to provide an educational program to students or to administer or supervise the provision of an educational program to students. â€œTeacherâ€ populations are calculated by headcount. A teacher must hold a teaching certificate or a â€œletter of permissionâ€. â€œTeacherâ€ excludes a person appointed by a board as superintendent of schools, assistant superintendent of schools or principal, vice principal or director of instruction. If a teacher is registered in more than one school, the teacher will only be counted once.[return to Glossary of Terms
In education, teachers are those who help students or pupils learn, often in a school. The objective is typically a course of study, lesson plan, or a practical skill, including learning and thinking skills. The different ways to teach are often referred to as the teacher's pedagogy.