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Teachers can sometimes block learning rather than aid it Teachers can sometimes block learning rather than aid it A negative teacher cultivates negative students Teachers are the building blocks of a nation It is the teacher that molds the brains and personality of a child when they are not at home with their parents Threatening embarrassing and hitting a child for himher to learn or to understand a concept does more harm than good In the primary and secondary educational system it is normal to call a child stupid or to hit them if they are slow at getting a certain subject Some teachers scream at students or tell the entire class how dumb the particular child is Others purposely call the child to the board to do certain things that they know the child is incapable of doing When the child does not do what they are asked to do correctly or makes a mistake they are insulted in front of their peers thus embarrassing the child To teachers this seems like a good way to push the student to do better They think that by embarrassing or belittling the student they will make himher determine to do better the next time Teachers need to realize that they are not the only ones putting pressure on their students Many children have parents that abuse them if they do not do well in school This double abuse from the teacher and the parent can cause a child to build up a mental block to learning When the child tries to learn and cannot get what has been taught he will automatically think that what he is being told about his learning ability or lack of it is true and give up on trying to learn When I was in primary school my teacher use to insult the students who got the lowest score in a test or on an assignment and
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