Qualities of a good teacher
1.Achievement - Experienced teachers have clear thoughts on what their students should know at the end of the term, and they understand what they must do along the way in order to reach those goals
2.Awareness Teachers in elementary schools must have eyes in the backs of their heads. They need to be aware of everything that happens in their classrooms and in adjacent corridors. Teachers who are awake are able to stop nonsense before it starts and keep students on track.
3. Community involvement - Maintaining good community relations is part of being a teacher, and teachers' contact with parents, administrators, and community leaders enhances their effectiveness in the classroom.
4. Compassion - Talented teachers are able to work with students with kindness, care and sympathy
5. Confidence - Good teachers are confident in their abilities to sense where students are in the learning process. They know their students' abilities to learn and can confidently teach them the most difficult topics.
6. Context - Every subject has a context, and teachers are responsible for providing it to their students. Since no one learns in a vacuum, teachers must show their students how the information they are learning might be used or might lead to the development of some other useful skill.
7. Enthusiasm-Excellent teachers never lose enthusiasm for their profession. They might become temporarily burdened by administrative problems, but their sincerity in their work is firm. Students feel this energy, and teachers who project it are much more successful than those who do not.
8. Intellectual curiosity All good teachers are curious. They keep informed of changes in their fields.
9. Knowledge of the subject matter You can't teach what you don't know. All teachers need not be experts in their fields, but possessing knowledge is important. Teachers must continue building their understandings of their subjects throughout their careerS