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Teacher Training Program
What should you know about this profession?
  1. Annotation or definition.

  2. Abilities

  3. Area of service

  4. Aspiring high school teacher

  5. Current high school teacher

  6. Communication Skills

  7. Classroom commands.

  8. Classroom management

  9. Current high school teacher

  10. Duties

  11. Department affiliation

  12. Education

  13. Equipment/resources (tools & technology).

  14. General abilities

  15. Ideas

  16. Interests

  17. Job zone

  18. Knowledge

  19. License for this profession

  20. Location of work

  21. Meetings

  22. Number of professionals/workers required

  23. Number of professionals/workers required outside the state

  24. Other resources for teacher training programs.

  25. Profession-specific abilities

  26. Questions teachers should be able to answer:

  27. Related occupations/professions

  28. Remuneration

  29. Requirement for human resources

  30. Resources for work

  31. Scientific Skills

  32. Skills

  33. Sources of additional information

  34. Special Education / Glossary of Terms

  35. Supervisor

  36. Tasks

  37. Teacher Education Glossary

  38. Tools and technology

  39. Travel

  40. Training program

  41. Work activities

  42. Work context

  43. Work credits

  44. Work Environment

  45. Work hours

  46. Work styles

  47. Work values

Annotation or definition.

What profession is been described in these guidelines?

What are other names for this profession?

What are some similar Occupations?
English language author
English language professor
English language journalist
English language curriculum development specialist
English language state superintendent education
English language announcer
English language court reporter
Other Occupations

License for this profession
Licensing of educator issues in the state and outside the state.

What should you know about a license for this profession?
Getting a license for this profession does not mean an individual is competent.

You must know that from time to time you will be asked questions relevant to general abilities and professional abilities of this profession.

A teacher (also called a schoolteacher) is a person who provides education for students.

Teaching may be carried out informally, within the family, which is called home schooling (see Homeschooling), or in the wider community.

In education, teachers facilitate student learning, often in a school or academy or perhaps in another environment such as outdoors. A teacher who teaches on an individual basis may be described as a tutor.

Co-teaching has also become a new trend amongst educational institutions. Co-teaching is defined as two or more teachers working harmoniously to fulfill the needs of every student in the classroom. Co-teaching focuses the student on learning by providing a social networking support that allows them to reach their full cognitive potential. Co-teachers work in sync with one another to create a climate of learning.

Misconduct by teachers, especially sexual misconduct, has been getting increased scrutiny from the media and the courts.

When is educator licensing or teacher licensing not required in the state and outside the state?
If guidelines are authored and displayed publicly through the Internet, educator licensing or teacher licensing is not required. World intellectuals are scrutinizing specific guidelines that are displayed through the Internet.

Aspiring high school teacher
What is required from you for the first communication?
Answer the relevant questions and submit them via the Internet.
Verify by telephone if your facts were received at 7735616102 (Chicago, Illinois).
You can even record a message in English language.

These are basic questions.
There are many more.
Subsequent communication for specific professional education.

Current high school teacher
  1. Are you a high school teacher?

  2. Do you want to become a teacher?

  3. What essential abilities must 18-year-old humans have?

  4. What is good human character?

  5. What is good human behavior?

  6. How do you define state economy?

  7. How do you define a state budget?

  8. What are the essential ingredients of an economy?

  9. What aren't essential ingredients of the economy?

  10. What is the Essential Commodities Act?

  11. What is the Essential Services Maintenance Act?

  12. Do you know about state planning and development?

  13. What do you know about state planning and development?

  14. What standard and reference of the English language do you follow?

  15. Where is this standard and reference of the English language displayed?

  16. How would you rate your English language ability on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the best?

  17. How old are you?

  18. What is economy?

  19. What is budget?

  20. What are the rights of a civilized human being?

  21. Who is a civilized human being?

  22. Where did you go to high school?

  23. Where did you go to college?

  24. What subjects did you study?

  25. Do you understand english language?

  26. What is your mailing address?

  27. What are your assets?

  28. What are the locations of his assets?

  29. Did you have these assets in 1980?

  30. What were your assets in 1980?

  31. What are your assets in 2013?

  32. How did you accumulate your assets after 1980?

  33. What are the assets of his relatives and friends?

  34. Where are they located?

  35. How do you define justice?

  36. What subjects would you like to teach from nursery school to 12th grade?

  37. How many criminal offenses are there?

  38. What are various criminal offenses?

  39. How do you classify criminal offenses?

  40. What is your political affiliation?

  41. What are the qualities of a good teacher?

  42. What courses should be taught and when?

  43. Is there a difference between a school and a college?

  44. What should be evaluated and when?

  45. Who creates the key for the answers?

  46. Are you sure the answers are correct?

  47. Shouldn't the questions and also the correct answers be displayed publicly and on the worldwide web?

  48. What are the global practices?

  49. What do you think is going to be your area of service? One state Many states One continent Many continents Global (worldwide)

  50. Can you email or post your typical lecture?

  51. How do you plan to maintain good ethical standards and abstain from criminal activities while being a practicing attorney or a lawyer?

  52. Are you already enrolled in any education resource full-time or part-time?

  53. Which best describes you?
    Aspiring high school teacher
    Current high school teacher

  54. Does your mentor have answers to essential relevant questions regarding good character, good behavior, state economy, state budget, criminal offenses, and human rights?

  55. How do you prove you have genuine concern for human rights?

  56. Are five-year preparation programs more effective than four-year programs?

  57. What are the general characteristics of high-quality field experience?

  58. To what extent does pedagogical coursework contribute to a teacher's effectiveness?

  59. To what extent does subject knowledge contribute to the effectiveness of a teacher?

  60. Have you answered questions relevant to your profile, including name, age, address, gender, and date of birth? You need to answer these questions. If you have answered these questions, then you need to answer questions relevant to your professional goals.

  61. What are the basic human rights?

  62. When should you start looking for a teacher preparation program?

  63. What competence is essential for a teacher: English language competence first or subject area of teacher other than English language?

  64. What teacher education program do you recommend?

    Other teacher education programs

  65. If a teacher education program has been recommended, but the resource is not able to display publicly answers to relevant questions or in-person face to face, is it justified to have such a teacher education program?

  66. The principal and superintendent are administrators, compared to a teacher of school education. What do you call an individual who guides all of them via Internet?

  67. What standards are expected for performance and conduct of teachers?

  68. How does Internet teacher training improve public education?

  69. How do you detect that an individual has competence to teach others?

  70. What is your response to opencoursware relevant to your profession?

  71. What is your response to customized courseware relevant to your profession?

  72. What are the advantages of online teaching?

  73. What are the advantages of online learning?

  74. What are the disadvantages of classroom teaching?

  75. What are the disadvantages of classroom learning?

  76. License issues (educator/teacher)

    Do I need your license to be recognized as an educator?

  77. Do you think you are a better educator than I?

  78. How are you a better educator than I?

  79. If an individual has a teaching certificate, does that mean that he/she is competent without displaying guidelines publicly?

  80. If an individual has certification from an accredited college or university, does that mean the individual is a competent teacher?

  81. If a teacher is displaying guidelines on the Internet, is it necessary to have a teacher license or certificate?

  82. If an individual displays competence in more than 100 subject areas, will you offer this individual specific subject area competence license or certification?

  83. If an individual has out-of-state credentials, is it justified that other states should endorse the credentials while everything is displayed over the Internet?

  84. Do you think you will need any English language courses to improve your English language abilities?

  85. How would you describe your English language competence?

  86. What are the most effective strategies for educating and training the teachers?

  87. What are the best methods to rank teacher preparation programs?

  88. Do you think any other questions should be added to existing questions?

These are basic questions.
There are many more.

Teacher Education Program
Which best describes you?
Aspiring high school teacher
Current high school teacher

What is an MEd college?
An MEd college is a resource where an individual gets educated about what and how to teach in schools, particularly English language, social studies, math, and science.

A teacher education college is also called an MEd college.

What usually happens after inspections of various teacher education colleges?
Recognition to flawed MEd colleges is withdrawn. Most of the courses are not useful for the real world.

What should be inspected in a teacher education college / MEd college?
Quality of courses in English language, math, science, and social studies.

This type of inspection of courses can be done online.
Courses from which teachers learn need to be taught to school students.
Infrastructure, like buildings, should not be criteria nowadays.
Computers accommodate considerable data and courses.

Face-to-face classes are not always required due to existence of online courses.
Courses can be updated in Chicago, Illinois, and an individual or individuals can get teacher education in Kashmir or Karnataka.

Interested individual can go online and get educated.
Not all of them need face-to-face classes.
If they do not understand something online, they can ask questions via e-mail, telephone, fax, or postal mail, or ask for a meeting.

If any individual, school, college, or university needs such courses, Qureshi University is willing to provide such courses.

What should you know about this resource:
This is an education resource.
This education resource has guidelines for more than 611 professions required in essential ingredients of the economy of every state.
This resource has guideline for manufacture of more than 1,222 essential products.
This resource has guidelines for more than 22 essential services.
This is not a simple web site.
This is not a resource having any personal details.

How do you get educated?
You can establish Internet connection at home, home office, school, college, or university location connect to and get educated.

Education up to Grade 12 is a must for all.

It is the responsibility of the administration to provide free quality education to all up to Grade 12. If the administration can't do this, it must be replaced by those who are capable of doing it.

Why is education essential?
Education leads to intellectual and physical development.
Education gets you specific skills and knowledge.
Education gives you good character and good behavior.
Education enables you to communicate in a civilized and effective manner.
Education is the process of teaching and learning.
Education involves activities that impart skills and knowledge.
Educated people become assets for communities and the economy.

A lack of education leads to law and order problems.
A lack of education leads to uncivilized communities and defunct economies.
A lack of education leads to a corrupt, harmful administration.
Should we take guidance from those who came to power by fraudulent means?
Should we take guidance from those who can't even write a question?
Should we take guidance from those who have no answers to questions?
Should we take guidance from those who are incompetent?
Education has profound international, regional, and local implications.

If schools need my/our guidance, or if the department of education needs my/our guidance, they can e-mail as soon as possible.

If you don't teach them properly in schools, you will have to teach them in detention centers.
If the heads of the detention centers don't have answer to these questions, they aren't fit for the job.

What are do's and don't of a teacher?
Review your teaching skills and knowledge daily.
Take a bath, brush your teeth, clean bed, floor, stove, kitchen, sink, toilet, tub, and put out garbage daily.
Learn better skills and knowledge of instruction weekly.
Do your laundry weekly.
Write progress reports of students monthly.
Update your curriculum annually.
Make recommendations for new curriculum annually.
Seek membership globally with those involved in continuing research and developments in education annually.
Never lie.
Never use abusive language.
Never touch a student.

If a student has a fall and is unconscious, call a medical doctor.
What is good behavior in the family, in the building, on the road, in a vehicle, inside an office, inside a class room, and outside the classroom?

If you have a complaint, issues, problems against administrator and associates, report to the head of the school and head of the state board. If yout get no response or solutions, protest to the teachers association for solutions.

Social studies lesson number 1.

You should never lie.
You should always speak the truth.

If you are asked a question about an issue, you should answer truthfully to the best of your ability and knowledge.
Here are further guidelines.

What should a school teacher know, including English language?
Abilities that an individual should learn from birth up to 18 years of age.
Abilities that are essential for an 18-year-old.
Age-specific curriculum in English language.
Analyzing other resources of school education in English language.
Essential abilities an 18-year-old must have.
Curriculum standards relevant to age in English language.
Classroom commands.
Classroom management.
Classroom and internet resources on education
Education law.
English language speaking, reading, understanding, and writing abilities.
Issues for school education budget and standardization of curriculum in English language.
Methods of teaching.
Research relevant to school education.
Questions teachers should be able to answer.
School education for online students.
Teacher education offered through the internet for aspiring and existing teachers.

Questions teachers should be able to answer:

What should be taught and at what age relevant to school education in English language?
What should you know about education law relevant to school education?
A school has a substandard curriculum in English language: Who should be made accountable for this?
How has Internet education (for example, changed school education?
Who must provide resources to enhance these Internet education resources
Textbooks in English language recommended for a specific age and class: Who must answer this question?
What textbooks in English language have been recommended relevant to age and class for school education?

Other resources for teacher training programs.

Has anyone nominated any other resources for teacher training programs?
If yes, questions that need to be answered:

Where are the guidelines for this training program displayed on the Internet?
Who has authored these guidelines in English language?
What is available from the new program that is not included in these resources

Classroom management

Classroom management from Doctor Asif Qureshi.

Students: How often do you visit the resources available at

Students: How often should you visit the resources available at

Every day.

Who else should be encouraged to visit the resources available at every day?
Teachers, principal, and state government superintendents of schools should be encouraged to visit the resources available at every day.

What are the two most important methods of teaching relevant to public schools at this point?
The Internet method of teaching (for example,
Discussions in English language relevant to specific issues.

School education should be relevant to the real world.
What textbooks have been recommended for this school (grades 1–8 or up to grade 12) or class?
Is your school education relevant to the real world?
Who has verified that your school curriculum is relevant to the real world?

Classroom commands.

What are various classroom commands teachers should use with students in English language?
Come in.
Sit down.
Open your books.
Close your books.
Come here.
Be quiet.
Read the first page of the book.
Look at me.
Listen to me.
Open your notebooks.
Raise your hand.
Read the sentence.
Repeat the question.
Write your name and date of birth.
Answer the question.
Answer the questions.

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Do you know what your students are learning?
What can be done to make schools safer?
What information is available on technology standards?
Do you have any resources on classroom management?
What information do you have regarding educational standards?
What should be evaluated and when?
Do you have any resources for helping students deal with the current war in Iraq?
How can school counselors positively impact students' academic achievement?
What can you tell me about guidance and counseling in K-12?
Do you have any research on effective practices for teaching handwriting?
How can I help motivate my students?
What factors influence students to drop out of school?
Do you have any research on the effect of background music on students?
Do school libraries have a positive impact on students?
Does having a professional school media specialist on staff increase student achievement?
What can you tell me about the privatization of public schools?
Where can I find resources on how to write a good lesson plan?
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What are some of the characteristics of gifted children?
What can you tell me about curriculum compacting?
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Last Updated: September 4, 2021