English Paper on A Memoir about the Impact of a Teacher

Learning is an important process in the growth of any individual, right from childhood to adulthood. Traditionally, apprenticeship was the main form of learning which took under the supervision of respected people in the societies. However, formal education has transformed learning processes which impact have difference impacts on different people. In this discussion, an evaluation is made on a favorite teach who had a great influence on an education process at personal level. The teacher involved ensured that a whole new learning direction was the ultimate impact of perceiving form education in a classroom environment.

To begin with, this teacher had a direct influence on the morals and ethics of individual students. Moral and ethics form a critical part of discipline among students which ensure that civilization is achieved within the school. The teacher involved used to implement disciplinary measures that adopted policies that could be applied in different context of the society. For instance, the teacher ensured that all students perceived each other without discrimination in form of gender, race or religion (Malm, 52). As a student, this ensured that minor conflicts were avoided at all cost leading to a conducive environment.

Secondly, respect was another source of inspiration from the favorite teacher who was considered extremely strict on students’ behavior. Respect ensured that students interacted progressively in school assignments and group discussion. In normal situations, it is common to find students fighting from time to time. The main conflicts that arise from lack of respect require a strong sense of motivation and inspiration (Wals 9). Respect within a discussion group was a critical learning element that ensured that students focus on vital education experience without negative interference. This was important in ensuring respect transformed all interactions in professional environments. For instance, it is through respect that interacting with clients assures customer satisfaction.

It is also important to acknowledge the level of academic input contributed by the teacher in discussion. Most students end up performing poorly in academic assessments and assignments due to lack of right motivation. Traditional learning environments would implement corporal punishment to ensure that students acquired the right concepts of learning (Malm, 52). This was not effective as it resulted in fear and intimidation among students leading to poor conceptualization of learning principles. However, this teacher ensured that learning was an interactive process which optimally achieved learning objectives. This was important for future scenarios where learning was an imminent practice that resulted in academic excellence.

Lastly, personal impacts made, by the teacher in discussion, were critical in ensuring that a successful professional life was achieved significantly. In simpler terms, morals learnt and acquired from the teacher was critical in transforming how one achieved the right professional life in terms of skills and knowledge. Academicians argue that a learning process takes place throughout the lifetime of an individual. For instance, the learning process of seminars and workshops requires basic learning skills such as listening and taking notes. Failing to understand the importance of learning organizational skills would have, otherwise, resulted in poor working skills and knowledge. This was a critical education phase that transformed how learning processes should be perceived at different levels. Learning is what keeps a human being from learning new realities in work or other contexts. Problem solving is also enhanced by the learning process and hence, should be adequately facilitated and sustained.

 

 

 

 

 

Works Cited

Malm, Birgitte. “” It’s All about Relationships”: Enhancing Authentic Learning Processes in          Teacher Education.” International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational   Research 17.1 (2018): 48-63.

Wals, Arjen EJ. “Sustainability in higher education in the context of the UN DESD: a review of   learning and institutionalization processes.” Journal of Cleaner Production62 (2014): 8- 15.