Cause and Effect of a Good Teacher

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THE CAUSE AND EFFECT OF A GREAT TEACHER

Sherika Linville

AIU Online

Abstract

America is full of many educational role models that don’t always receive the recognition that they deserve for teaching and helping up bring the young men and women that they teach today. A great teacher also adds to the upbringing of our future education and the way children learn. Meaning that there are many different styles of learning but the teacher can make all the differ by the style and way they teach to make education fun and rememberable.

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