MAS­TER TEACHER

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In the Philip­pine ed­u­ca­tional set­ting, the teach­ing po­si­tion will be an ev­i­dence for the growth and de­vel­op­ment of a teacher. It shows the pro­fes­sional pre­req­ui­sites that were com­pleted in or­der to ob­tain and be qual­i­fied in such po­si­tion, namely; years in ser­vice, ac­com­plish­ments, and train­ings. Thus, the very much ac­com­plished ti­tle that re­ally suite for those com­mend­able at­tain­ments is the Mas­ter Teacher. The term “mas­ter teacher” seems to get thrown around a lot, but is some­thing that many ed­u­ca­tors as­pire to be.

When you think of a mas­ter teacher, here are the qual­i­ties that they should have: The Mas­ter Teacher is com­pe­tent, skilled and mas­tered the ba­sics in teach­ing. He/ She can in­ter­act and com­mu­ni­cate ef­fec­tively and pro­fes­sion­ally with other teach­ers, learn­ers, par­ents and peo­ple in the com­mu­nity. Also, can work hand-in-hand with the school head and has the com­pe­tency in dif­fer­ent fields in ed­u­ca­tion.

Teach­ing and learn­ing is a cy­cle and this is what a mas­ter teacher be­lieved in. Grow­ing is es­sen­tial for a mas­ter teacher be­cause it de­fines teacher ef­fec­tiv­ity in his/ her pro­fes­sion. How­ever, they also up­hold that qual­ity ed­u­ca­tion will not only find in the ti­tle or po­si­tion but with the ded­i­ca­tion and love for the cho­sen ca­reer. Whether you are a mas­ter teacher or Teacher I, for as long as you do your job re­spon­si­bly ev­ery­thing will be suf­fi­cient and this is all for the ben­e­fit of the learn­ers.

— oOo— I at Reme­dios High School, Lubao West District The au­thor is Mas­ter Teacher

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