TEACHER’S RE­SPON­SI­BIL­ITY TO­WARD PUPILS IN THEIR CLASS­ROOM

Sun.Star Pampanga - - PERSPECTIVE! -

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.

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The au­thor is Teacher I at San Roque El­e­men­tary School, San Luis Di st r i ct

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