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Five Ways to Improve Teacher Quality

Five Ways to Improve Teacher Quality

A teacher is responsible for educating the youth. The knowledge they can share can extend from technical to ethics. Moreover, a teacher can teach from a learning facility like a classroom and even serve as a personal tutor for other students.

Becoming a professional teacher is no easy feat. Aside from passing a course in Education or other related degrees, an aspiring teacher must pass the licensure examination. Additionally, the challenge does not stop after finishing these requirements. Teachers need to be hands-on instructors to maximize the knowledge they can share—from making lesson plans to cope with their school’s administrative tasks.

To meet the big expectations of this noble career path, check out the following tips:

Colleges and universities ensure that they produce competitive graduates in the teaching profession. To do so, many require education students to obtain multiple seminar certificates aside from passing grades. Attending seminars and workshops is essential for upskilling future educators because, in these events, seasoned individuals in the teaching profession can share their expertise—from effective teaching strategies to related educational theories.

Most of these seminars and workshops are available inside education students’ campuses. Aware of their paramount importance, professors encourage their students to attend by guaranteeing them extra points. 

Besides, one can expand their options by attending webinars and workshops by visiting related online resources. For example, this website offers various online courses, study guides, and even free courses to help aspiring teachers enhance their skills. 

Prepare an Effective Visual Aid

Visual aids are essential during lectures. They serve as guides for students to catch up with the discussion. They can also help the teacher explain their topic in an organized manner.

Conventional educators are fond of using chalks and blackboards aside from manila paper as instructional materials. They may be effective but can be inconvenient at times. For example, manila paper is highly dependent on tape. If the tape is not as effective as it seems, the teacher would need to paste the manila paper on the wall again, wasting time and resources.

To prevent such inconvenience, consider making visual aids with the help of technology. Not only can they present topics, but they also gather more attention from students. A teacher can create a presentation using PowerPoint and retrieve information available online as a reference.

Acknowledge the Individual Needs of Students

According to Humanist Learning Theory, each learner has a distinctive difference. Therefore, they have different needs, so not all students share the same characteristics, including how they learn best. Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences Theory supports the idea, indicating that people have distinct interests and areas where they excel. 

To become an effective teacher, consider knowing more about each student and apply the most suitable approach. Observe how they behave and interact and where they express their interest the most.

Provide Motivation and Rewards for Student Accomplishments

Motivation and rewards enhance students’ commitment to learning. Research from 2005 indicates that these are critical factors, from a learner’s attendance to the extent of their engagement inside the classroom. Motivation and rewards guarantee an impression to students that their actions are appreciated, giving them the drive to do well consistently. Eventually, repetition may develop into virtues and principles, no longer relying upon acknowledgment from others. 

Operant conditioning also supports the idea of motivation and rewards, which refers to a response depending on an individual’s action. A teacher can provide rewards through praises, additional points, and gifts. These may sound simple but effective in keeping students’ morale high.

Learn to Find Purpose in the Teaching Profession

Unfortunately, some teachers in the field do not have much passion for teaching or get lost after a period. That said, it is not surprising that some cannot handle the immense responsibility of being a teacher for a long time. According to United States’ teaching statistics, 50% of teachers consider quitting their job.

If a person does not love their chosen career, they will feel as if everything they do related to it is torture. They will be unhappy with their work, become complacent, and barely comply with their responsibilities, reducing teaching quality dramatically.

A teacher can deter feeling burnout by remembering why they chose that career in the first place, including the thought of teaching children in a peaceful learning environment. Likewise, start looking for little things that make the teaching profession stand out from other careers. 


One of the teaching profession’s responsibilities is ensuring that students acquire the knowledge they require for their future. Therefore, teachers must find ways to enrich what they already know and apply the tips discussed in this article. With this, they can continue to practice their noble careers and inspire the next leaders of our society.

How to Cite this Article

Llego, M. A. (2022, August 31). Five Ways to Improve Teacher Quality. TeacherPH. Retrieved August 31, 2022 from, https://www.teacherph.com/five-ways-improve-teacher-quality/


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Mark Anthony Llego

Mark Anthony Llego, hailing from the Philippines, has made a profound impact on the teaching profession by enabling thousands of teachers nationwide to access crucial information and engage in meaningful exchanges of ideas. His contributions have significantly enhanced their instructional and supervisory capabilities, elevating the quality of education in the Philippines. Beyond his domestic influence, Mark's insightful articles on teaching have garnered international recognition, being featured on highly respected educational websites in the United States. As an agent of change, he continues to empower teachers, both locally and internationally, to excel in their roles and make a lasting difference in the lives of their students, serving as a shining example of the transformative power of knowledge-sharing and collaboration within the teaching community.

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