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Elementary Teacher of Gonbadkavos City, Iran


Choosing the right teaching method is one of the most effective measures that a teacher should take in order to increase the efficiency of his class. While even in today's modern educational world, many teachers and even university professors rely on the same traditional teacher-centered methods. New teaching methods are progressing and becoming more complete every day, and many researches are conducted by educational institutions in this field. With the advent of technology and the phenomenon of online education in the last two decades, the types of teaching methods have become even more diverse than at the end of the 20th century. One of the characteristics of a capable teacher is his correct recognition of how to present the lesson and how to present the material. A capable and successful teacher in a private class, by asking questions of his students, determines the level of literacy and previous knowledge of the students and their ability to learn the material, and teaches the material accordingly. Highly capable teachers know that students will not learn well if they only talk to themselves in the classroom. A successful teacher's teaching method is very flexible and depends on the student or students in the class. Students in the primary and first secondary level may be influenced by the teacher as much as their own parents. Correct and respectful behavior of teachers and university professors will provide a very good environment for learning in the classroom.


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