quote by Harry Wong

The single greatest effect on student achievement is not race, it is not poverty - it is the effectiveness of the teacher.

— Harry Wong

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Teacher student quote Great teachers engineer learning experiences that put students in the driver's s

Great teachers engineer learning experiences that put students in the driver's seat and then get out of the way.

It is difficult for a student to pick a good teacher, but it is more difficult for a teacher to pick a good student.

Differentiation is simply a teacher attending to the learning needs of a particular student or small groups of students, rather than teaching a class as though all individuals in it were basically alike.

Teacher student quote We need technology in every classroom and in every student and teacher's hand, b

We need technology in every classroom and in every student and teacher's hand, because it is the pen and paper of our time, and it is the lens through which we experience much of our world.

In differentiated classrooms, teachers begin where students are, not the front of a curriculum guide.

It is the teacher - what the teacher knows and can do - that is the most significant factor in student achievement.

If we teach today’s students as we taught yesterday’s, we rob them of tomorrow.

Teacher student quote The best teachers are those who pass on their zeal and enthusiasm as a legacy to

The best teachers are those who pass on their zeal and enthusiasm as a legacy to their students.

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Students do not need to be labeled or measured any more than they are.

They don't need more Federal funds, grants, and gimmicks. What they need from us is common sense, dedication, and bright, energetic teachers who believe that all children are achievers and who take personally the failure of any one child.

Don't try to fix the students, fix ourselves first.

The good teacher makes the poor student good and the good student superior. When our students fail, we, as teachers, too, have failed.

Education must begin with the solution of the teacher-student contradiction, by reconciling the poles of the contradiction so that both are simultaneously teachers and students.

Learning is never done without errors and defeat.

A teacher can never truly teach unless he is still learning himself.

A lamp can never light another lamp unless it continues to burn its own flame. The teacher who has come to the end of his subject, who has no living traffic with his knowledge but merely repeats his lesson to his students, can only load their minds, he cannot quicken them.

Words have a magical power. They can bring either the greatest happiness or deepest despair; they can transfer knowledge from teacher to student; words enable the orator to sway his audience and dictate its decisions. Words are capable of arousing the strongest emotions and prompting all men's actions.

We need technology in every classroom and in every student and teacher's hand, because it is the pen and paper of our time, and it is the lens through which we experience much of our world.

We imagine a school in which students and teachers excitedly and joyfully stretch themselves to their limits in pursuit of projects built on their own visions … not one that that merely succeeds in making apathetic students satisfy minimal standards.

True teachers are those who use themselves as bridges over which they invite their students to cross; then, having facilitated their crossing, joyfully collapse, encouraging them to create their own.

You cannot teach a man anything, you can only help him find it within himself.

What is a teacher? I'll tell you: it isn't someone who teaches something, but someone who inspires the student to give of her best in order to discover what she already knows.

To me dogs are not the students, not the ones that need training.

To me a dog is a teacher of life, who teaches us the principles of the most important moral values; honesty, integrity, loyalty, trust, respect and love.

The good teacher makes the poor student good and the good student superior.

The teacher is no longer merely the-one-who-teaches, but one who is him/herself taught in dialogue with the students, who in turn while being taught also teach. They become jointly responsible for a process in which all grow.

Bureaucratic solutions to problems of practice will always fail because effective teaching is not routine, students are not passive, and questions of practice are not simple, predictable, or standardized. Consequently, instructional decisions cannot be formulated on high then packaged and handed down to teachers.

Anyone who keeps learning stays young.

To improve our schools, we have to humanize them and make education personal to every student and teacher in the system. Education is always about relationships. Great teachers are not just instructors and test administrators: They are mentors, coaches, motivators, and lifelong sources of inspiration to their students.

I am firm in my belief that a teacher lives on and on through his students.

Good teaching is forever and the and the teacher is immortal.

I'd never been a teacher before, and here I was starting my first day with these eager students. There was a shortage of teachers, and they had been without a math teacher for six months. They were so excited to learn math.

All genuine learning is active, not passive.

It involves the use of the mind, not just the memory. It is a process of discovery, in which the student is the main agent, not the teacher.

A true teacher does not terrorize ignorant students, because a true teacher knows that it is his job to cure ignorance.

As a student I learned from wonderful teachers and ever since then I've thought everyone is a teacher.

You never stop learning. If you have a teacher, you never stop being a student.

Wise teachers create an environment that encourages students to teach themselves

To have a group of cloistered clinicians away completely from the broad current of professional life would be bad for teacher and worse for student. The primary work of a professor of medicine in a medical school is in the wards, teaching his pupils how to deal with patients and their diseases.

Education and the process of educating is a total integral, contextual situation which includes students, teachers, parents, administration and environment.

I thought I was a good teacher until I discovered my students were just memorizing information rather than learning to understand the material.

There are very few real teachers. Teaching is not a job; it is a vocation. To be a great one many qualities must be combined: love of truth, knowledge, reverence, loving concern for one's students, clarity and patience.

When classes are small enough to allow individual student-teacher interaction, a minor miracle occurs: Teachers teach and students learn

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