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Good teachers do more than just teach content. When people tell me that they are afraid that computers will eventually replace teachers, I laugh- because the only teacher that a computer could replace is the one who is simply marching students through hoops towards a standardized test.
Good teachers create authentic learning experiences for their students by building rich, performance-based assessments. Good teachers encourage students to solve problems and take an active role in their own learning. Good teachers teach skills like critical thinking, collaboration, communication, and curiosity. Good teachers know how to create learner-driven environments where failure is considered learning and persistance is an expectation. Good teachers know how to inspire students and build a love for learning that can last a lifetime.
And good teachers don’t necessarily need to use technology to do that.