I used to teach in a boarding school in a rural community in India and in the last 10 years, I have seen the value of having a professional in the classroom.
This includes the support of teachers, but it also means that you have a person who can do the teaching job in a way that the teacher can’t.
A good teacher knows how to make sure that your kids have a good learning environment and they have a positive learning experience.
They have to understand what they are getting into and what they can expect from the teacher.
Teachers in schools in India often are not very well versed in the basics of English, which means they need to learn a lot more than they need and are not always very good at teaching their students.
They can be very good, but they can also be very bad.
They are not experts.
They need to be.
The skills of a good teacher should not be dependent on their English proficiency.
That’s why it is so important that you go to schools with good English teachers.
They can teach you how to teach your child to read and write, how to use a computer, how not to get caught up in the details of the way things work.
They also have to know the history of the country and what the local community thinks of them.
A good teacher needs to know what is happening in the country as well.
We have a problem with teachers who can’t communicate with their students, they are not fluent in the language, they do not have a lot of teaching experience.
And they are very, very, rarely, if ever, able to do it as a teacher.
They come from the local areas.
They don’t speak English.
They may not even have a background in the subject.
They speak only Hindi and they may not understand English very well.
We need to give them that extra support.
There are many things we can do to help a teacher become a good one, which is why I want to highlight these issues in my latest book.
My last book, Teacher, is based on my experiences in teaching children from five years old to 11 years old.
What do you think of the book?
Let me know your thoughts in the comments section below.