One of the most critical factors determining the effectiveness of pedagogical communication is the type of teacher’s attitude. By installation, it means an increased willingness to react in a certain way in a similar situation. To the carrier itself, the installations, in most cases, seem entirely correct, and therefore they are highly stable and difficult to change through external influences (Saltis et al., 2020). Professional attitudes are inherent in every teacher, and they also have a close connection with their professional qualities.
I am a punctual person, ready to help other people if something does not work out for them, and I believe that any student can gain knowledge; it is only necessary to interest them correctly. The totality of these qualities is essential professional qualities for any teacher. Not every one of these qualities was given to me from birth. Previously, I was not sure that students’ motivation plays a significant role in their learning. After I found ways to reach a variety of students and help them get better in the educational direction, I realized that it was possible to make any student learn with pleasure. The main thing is to find the right approach to them (Stephens, 2019). Teachers should know their professional code of ethics and work by it. The connection between the code of ethics and professional attitudes is direct since the code of ethics demonstrates what professional and technical skills a teacher should have.
Like any person working with a big group of other people, I need to correct some of the shortcomings that prevent me from achieving a complete set of professional qualities. For example, I want to be calmer when working with students. To do this, I need to try to restrain myself and always remember that everyone was once a student and could not understand something. In addition, I need to be more sensitive to some of my students’ problems.
In conclusion, the work of a teacher is one of the most challenging and time-consuming. The teacher has a great responsibility because students’ future will depend on how they will provide information and teach. The teacher must have several essential skills and qualities, but of course, some of them will have to be carefully worked on. This will have a positive effect, both for the students and for the teachers themselves.
Saltis, M., Giancaterino, B., & Piece, C. (2020). Professional dispositions of teacher candidates: Measuring dispositions at a large teacher preparation university to meet national standards. The Teacher Educator, 1(1), 1-19. Web.
Stephens, K. R. (2019). Teacher dispositions and their impact on implementation practices for the gifted. Gifted Child Today, 42(4), 187–195. Web.