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Role of Teacher in Teaching Learning Process b.ed notes


Various role of a teacher in teaching learning process

The teacher plays the following roles in the teaching-learning process:

As a Transmitter of Knowledge

In order to make the teaching-learning process effective and efficient, it is necessary that the teacher should be helpful in increasing the knowledge of the students. The following roles are helpful in increasing the knowledge of the teacher

1. He must be an informer.

2. He should be the provider of the means.

3. He should work as a craftsman and artist.

4. The teacher should be working as a manager.

5. He should act as a guide.

6. Teacher should work as philosopher and friend.

7. It should act as a major source of knowledge for the community.

8. The teacher should act as a savior of the self respect of the students.

9. The teacher should act as a confidant of the students.

10. He should work as a consultant and innovator.

11. He should act as a guardian.

12. He should act as an upholder of moral values.

As a Facilitator of Learning

The teacher should have the following role in facilitating the learning of the students:

1. To Provide Opportunity of Student Activeness- 

The teacher refines the various basic instincts of the students and provides definite guidance to them so that their all-round development can take place. To make the learning process effective and efficient, he has to provide proper guidance. Only then students will be able to study by being active themselves

2. Providing Motivation (To Secure Motivation)- 

To generate interest in the student by the teacher towards the learning process is called motivation. In a passive and apathetic environment, the student does not take interest in acquiring new knowledge. Motivation is an important part of the teaching-learning process.

Unless we pay attention to the part of motivation, we cannot understand the real nature of teaching. In the absence of guidance, there is always a possibility of the students being directionless. Following are the three methods of navigation

(i) Motivating students by finding out their specific abilities.

(ii) To explain to the students by instructions and examples.

(iii) To solve the problems of the students by counseling them by debating.


3. To Develop Emotion of the Learner - 

The teacher does emotional development in the students through the process of education. This development is easily accomplished by the teacher's sympathy, love, proper work, personal contact and proper guidance.

4. Teacher's function is to teach (To Learn is the Function of Teacher)- 

The main function of a teacher is to develop motivation in students and encourage them towards learning so that they can generate interest in learning and their subject.

5. Teaching is Means of Preparation of Personality- 

It is the main responsibility of the teacher to develop the personality of the child through teaching so that his physical, intellectual, spiritual and emotional development can take place. Only through development can he make his future life happy and prosperous. Therefore, we can say that education is an important means of building the personality of a child.

6. Teacher as a source information- 

Teacher provides new information of knowledge to the students through teaching. He makes them aware of different types of ideas and objects, teachers who know the method of subject presentation, they get enough success in this field.

As a Guide of Leaning

In order to make the teaching-learning process effective, it is necessary that the teacher should guide the students in their learning. Teacher as a guide has the following roles


1. Establishing personal contact with the students

2. The teacher should establish contact with the parents

3. Detection of maladjusted children.

4. Proper use of the library by the students.

5. Directing the reports of the students who have been interviewed to the students.

6. To establish contact with various social organizations.

7. To provide information to the students about professions and educational opportunities related to their subject.

8. To cooperate in taking the examinations of the students.

9. Organizing co-curricular activities.

10. To give full cooperation to the Principal and the Director to make the guidance program more successful.

11. Sending such children who experience difficulty in learning, to the counsellor.

12. Creation of conditions for greater development of students.