Friday 11 April 2014

Stop Micromanaging Teachers

So many schools out there do this. They really need to start trusting the person they hired and let them do their job. This is especially true for institutes which are often run by people who have never taught a class in their lives. They also have to realise that students aren’t customers. Once they do this they will stop catering to their every whim.

Allowing teachers a certain amount of freedom will let them be creative and take learning to a new level. Google’s 20% programme is a good example of what can happen when companies allow their workers time to think outside the box. Schools need to remember that they hired someone who they believed could not only teach, but teach well; and they should let them do their job without too much interference.


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