A survey of American middle school students finds that
Being caring, attentive and friendly, and taking time out for explanations are the types of attitudes and behaviors that students value in their teachers.
I am stunned. For years I’ve believed that students want their teachers to be uncaring, inattentive, unfriendly, and to refuse to answer questions or explain things.
(And yes, for those of you lacking web cams, my tongue is firmly in my cheek.)
There’s a link to the entire survey here.