IMPROVING ONES’ DISCIPLINE IN TEACHING
SARAH M. MANALUNGSUNG
Teachers nowadays have dissatisfaction on the behavior of the students inside and outside the classroom since they have a big responsibility as a second parent it is not easy to discipline. Many of the teachers find that the most crucial part in teaching is disciplining the students that are not properly guided by their parents.
Since there is an increasing dissatisfaction especially among teachers with the proper educational among students, various attempts are being made through different innovations education with the partnership of different government agencies, to offer different symposiums and seminars to give information regarding anti-bullying, drugs etc. However, in order for any type of suggested improvement to become effectively implemented into education, there must be a better study, not only in the content and process of education but also of the role of the not only teachers but all of the people in the environment in the teaching and learning process.
For all the possible sources of role conflict the one potentially frustrating and detrimental to an effective teacher-learner process is in within the teacher himself the conflict between his ideal role that which he has defined for himself and his actual role that is the educational structure. Teacher needs to have a positive perception with regards in their profession knowing their duties and responsibilities not only a teacher but being a human However, teacher nowadays has many workloads like for instance doing medical records, seminar or trainings about different department, many forms to complete the reason why they are not able what is supposedly do which teaching their students. If the teacher duty is just to impart knowledge for their students this may lead a quality education to them.
The author is Teacher II at CAFÉ Elementary School, Concepcion, Tarlac