INDICATORS OF THE TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS IN THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS
Today's modern education requires modern teacher in the same process. The emphasis is not placed only on the curriculum and what should be taught, but the affective moment holds a significant place. The way the teacher manages the classroom, provides climate in the classroom, relations of entities actively participate in the educational process, etc. Something that is really appreciated today is the effectiveness of the teacher and his ability to be a good leader. This paper will focus on indicators that show teacher’s effectiveness in the educational process: the ability to develop trusting, compassionate relationships with students; patient, caring and kind personality; professionalism (dedication to teaching); subject matter knowledge and knowledge of learners. These indicators are taken as a benchmark and a starting point from Pearson's Global Survey of Educator Effectiveness.
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