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Women in Teaching Profession - Important Personal Characteristics of a TeacherBY: Anisa Writer | Category: Careers | Submitted: 2010-06-02 07:21:54
Teaching is a holy profession and anyone related to this field is respectful and honorable because they play a vital role in developing a person's life. The role of women in teaching profession is not less important than the male teachers; instead it is observed that a woman can be a best teacher due to the God gifted qualities of motherly nature. Moreover the power of making things understandable is more in females as compared to males.
It is believed that a woman has the ability to meet the challenges of the environment (society), she is an effective and positive change maker, she is thoughtful and ethical leader thus can handle different curriculum in a fruitful manner. Moreover due to the fact that children can easily relate to the female teachers as compared to males, thus women can make excellent teacher.
When we see the recent ratio of success in the field of education women took clear lead from the men. While dealing with Early Childhood Development (ECD), a man cannot be as effective as a female because it is even difficult for them to handle small kids. Therefore the field of ECD specially moves around females to take part in the teaching capacity.
Following personal characteristics of females make them perfect for teaching profession:
• Females are good in academics as compared to males, where as males are more towards technical side i.e. practical rather than theory.
• They can handle kids easily, due to their motherly nature.
• They understand kid's psychology better than males.
• Females are more convincing and have good communication skills.
• Females are comparatively more responsible than males, and teaching, being a profession of character building, requires responsible people.
Other than the above mentioned personal characteristics, teaching is best for females because of many other reasons, for example:
• Students perceive female teachers as soft and kind in nature as compared to male teachers thus they feel free to talk to female teachers.
• Teaching is best suitable for a woman's life due to the fact that females have other family commitments and engagements.
• Due to several reasons females require career breaks and teaching profession allows it thus making it best fit.
• Social prestige associated with teaching is what makes this a best profession for females.
Teaching as a female profession is now becoming popular in many cultures and with the passage of time it is becoming even more prominent. This profession has so many things to offer to a woman like satisfaction, money, respect, protection, no travel and maximum opportunities to learn new and modern things. This profession is recommended to all females if they have an ability to communicate well and can convey their message perfectly. Moreover while planning to join this profession one should keep in mind that it is a holy profession - a profession of prophets, thus females should try to give their sincere contribution in developing human lives and thus while earning money, earn some virtue as well.
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