TEACHER’S RESPONSIBILITY TOWARD PUPILS IN THEIR CLASSROOM
ALICE B. MANGALUS
Teacher should have friendly atmosphere. Pupils are encouraged to tell about their own experiences or about the people whom they know. They have to leave the room much wiser, friendlier and better prepared to the face real problems.
The teacher should be sincere and actively cooperate within the majority of his/her pupils. He should help guide his pupils, survey pupil needs and solve problems.
Human being needs help the teacher should treat problems encountered by the pupils, they have to be assisted to make choices and self-adjustment to their needs and interests. Guidance should be childcentered and should provide not only child self-direction but at the same time for a long term guidance.
The author is Teacher I at San Roque Elementary School, San Luis Di st r i ct