The role of the Teacher in the Educational Process
Keywords:Education, Teaching, Role of Teacher, Learning Process
This paper aims at analyzing important factors that prove to have an impact on the teaching and the learning process. The main issues to be examined here are: the way in which the classroom is organized, the relationships developed among students within the multicultural environment of the modern classroom along with the skills and the guidance exercised by the teacher during the teaching process. It can easily be inferred that not only are there are some fundamental qualities and characteristics that a teacher should own, but there are also basic principles he should follow in order to perform teaching successfully and effectively
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