THE TEACHER AND CHANGES IN EDUCATION

Rabije Murati, Ardita Ceka, Agnesa Besimi

Abstract


While considering all the changes that are happening in society and science, the role and personality of the teacher is not left untouched. The teacher role isn’t only to teach or to lecture but they also have a motivational and encouraging role for pupil`s, to be a good manager, strategist and a ideator of different new innovation. They should be the submitters of the question, the questions that will encourage pupils to think and being logic. The modern teacher builds the concept of teaching in the function of achieving educational results and guides the teaching according to the pupil`s needs and interests.

 

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teacher, education, changes in education, teaching, knowledge

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejes.v0i0.2549

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