What do you expect from your students?
Teachers want students to come to class each day ready to learn. They want them to come prepared, focused, and motivated. They want students to enjoy the learning process and to be active participants in the learning process. Teachers want students to understand that the concepts they are teaching them are meaningful.
What should we expect from a teacher?
I have observed that students’ expectations or hopes fall into three categories: learning, motivation, and respect. First, they want to learn something new and useful in each lesson. They do not expect the teacher to know everything. They want the teacher to convey knowledge or skills relevant to their lives.
Do I have to be religious to go to a religious college?
The short answer, of course, is no. The primary difference between a religiously-affiliated college and a public university is that, because the religious college is private, the separation of church and state does not apply.
What do you expect from the school?
Committed, happy and effective teaching staff. A safe school environment. Intellectual and emotional growth fostered by the school. Strong home/school communication.
What is your idea of a perfect school?
“An ideal school is where all students are equal, a place where maths and science toppers are not considered superior to those who are good in other subjects. A huge playground, airy classrooms, innumerable activities in and out of the classrooms, no unhealthy competition…
What are the disadvantages of a private university?
Limited Offerings Fewer majors and course offerings is a disadvantage of private universities. Students have limited choices for their course of study, and may have none at all if they have plans for graduate school. Many private universities offer baccalaureate programs in a few majors.
Why public colleges are better than private?
Public universities, which tend to be larger in size, are better able to offer work-study positions to a greater number of students. While private colleges are generally more expensive, their ability to offer more attractive financial aid packages can sometimes make them more affordable than public universities.