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TPS partners deliver Library of Congress professional development locally. Library of Congress Educational Outreach Division in collaboration with the TPS Educational Consortium. This article is about usage in formal initial education. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Classroom at a seconday school in Pendembu Sierra Leone. A teacher’s role may vary among cultures. Formal teaching tasks include preparing lessons according to agreed curricula, giving lessons, and assessing pupil progress.
A teacher’s professional duties may extend beyond formal teaching. Teaching is a highly complex activity. So the competences required by a teacher are affected by the different ways in which the role is understood around the world. Some evidence-based international discussions have tried to reach such a common understanding.
Working in and with society. It has been found that teachers who showed enthusiasm towards the course materials and students can create a positive learning experience. These teachers do not teach by rote but attempt to find new invigoration for the course materials on a daily basis. One of the challenges facing teachers is that they may have repeatedly covered a curriculum until they begin to feel bored with the subject, and their attitude may in turn bore the students. Students who had enthusiastic teachers tend to rate them higher than teachers who didn’t show much enthusiasm for the course materials. Teachers that exhibit enthusiasm can lead to students who are more likely to be engaged, interested, energetic, and curious about learning the subject matter. Recent research has found a correlation between teacher enthusiasm and students’ intrinsic motivation to learn and vitality in the classroom.