Aaliya Murad Tambe (B.Sc.B.ed, calligrapher Handwriting trainer), Stays in Mahad. Teacher in Dardmand Abdullah Mukadam English School. let us get to know the story of her journey.
When and why did you want to become a teacher?
“I want to become a teacher because I want to make a real difference in children’s lives. I take the task of developing young people into kind, thoughtful, and contributing adults very seriously. I have always been so grateful to my teachers and the educational system for making me the person that I am today.
How do you handle a student who you find difficult to teach?
One of the most difficult aspects of becoming a teacher is learning how to motivate your students. It is also one of the most important. Students who are not motivated will not learn effectively.
Some ways to deal with students:
1. We have to Encourage our students
2. Get them involved
3. Offer incentives
4. Get creative
5. Praise their efforts and their achievements.
How do you motivate students?
we have to Give personal attention to students. Provide specific praise to students for little things and big things. Display their work around the classroom and mention it to classroom visitors.
Do you like communicating with parents? How is your relationship with the children’s parents?
Yes, Effective communication builds understanding and trust. When you and your parents understand and trust each other, you’ll all be better able to work together to support children’s well-being and development.
How do you use technology in the classroom?
We are using projectors in the classroom / E-Learning lab because Visual learning also helps students to develop visual thinking, which is a learning style whereby the learner comes better to understand and retain information better by associating ideas, words, and concepts with images.
What is your greatest achievement in the field of education?
A teacher’s success begins with the success of their students.
An experience that is unforgettable in your journey as a teacher so far.
There are many memorable experiences that bear testimony to the unconditional love of children.