Laws TO OBSERVE AS A CLASSROOM TEACHER.
1. Avoid familiarity with parents. It has ruined many
2. Avoid being too playful with students. If they see you as being too playful they’ll never take you serious and it would cause you problems.
3. You must have some level of firmness to be able to manage your classroom. It is a sign of incompetence if other teachers comes to ask the students to stop making noise when you are in the class.
3. Mind your words when you address your students.
4. Carry yourself with pride. Dress well and smell nice. Make good hairs. This will give you an edge.
5. Even if you are poor, do not let your students think so, they will look down on you.
6. Never ask your students to lend you money, it is a step to downfall.
7. Do not join parents to speak bad of your school.
8. Do not gossip with your students.
9. Don’t give assignments you can’t mark.
10. Never eat your students food.
11. Prepare yourself before going for a class. It is a sha.meful thing for your students to keep correcting you in your own subject.
12. When a student ask you a question you don’t remember it’s answer, quickly throw it back to the class and afterwards tell them how important it is that they should know it. Make them take it home as an assignment. This will give you the chance to make research.
13. Quit that act of stopping over at parents house to charge your gadgets. In most cases it exposes you to redicule.
14. Be professional about your home lessons; teach and get out of there it is not your home. Don’t relax and watch television or even eat there, you are inviting disrespect.
15. Never let your students think you practice favouristism.
16. When any of your students is absent call his or her parents to enquire why?
Say: “Mommy Brian, why was ‘my child’ absent in school today?” Referring to your student as your child is a professional way to earn respect from parents, not all those shameful familiarity attitude some of you put up.
17. Learn to be a tim