A teacher can be said to be friendly, if the actions so depicted by him or her is like the one a friend resembles, so that the students can share any things they want with their teacher. This category of teachers often give advice when the student lack decision- making approach and in so doing the teachers and students can opt for going to Gym together, or they can go for shopping, or can also have a drink. The friendly teacher act towards making the class far more comfortable. (Steven Glazerman)
An Ideal Teacher is the one who is treated as an idol, and guide the students in such a way that they students do not feel any pressure out of it and cause to motivate and uplift the morale and thereby encourage students, while refraining one’s self from criticizing them at the drop of a hat (Weisberg).
A Strict Teacher on the other hand is the one who do have a tougher approach on the students, with strong time management and is keen on following rules and going by books, and often maintains a strong control over the students controlling them and insists on adhering to deadlines and do not compromise with mistakes or any kind of carelessness by the students. This category of teacher is more like a disciplinarian (Springer).
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Steven Glazerman, Susanna Loeb, Dan Goldhaber, Douglas Staiger, Stephen Raudenbush. "Evaluating Teachers: The Important Role of Value-Added." The Brookings Brown Center Task Group on Teacher Quality (2010): 1-13. English.
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