What Teachers Really Want from Students

1. Responsibility and Commitment

The other part of student responsibility is to embrace the “student-centered learning”, i.e. each student is an individual who has unique learning needs and interests and he/she need to be part of the solution. Read more about personal responsibility and strategies for effective learning on www.ewa.org and http://www.studtgs.net/.

2. Engagement and Active Participation

3. Expectations and Accountability

4. Electronic Devices / Technology

5. Honest, Trust, and Truth

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