Changing role of teachers in the present society
The young today are facing a world in which communication and information revolution has led to changes in all spheres: scientific, technological, political, economic, social and cultural. To be able to prepare our young people to face the future with confidence purpose and responsibility, the crucial role of teachers cannot be overemphasized. Given these multidimensional demands, Role of teachers also has to change. In the past, teachers used to be a major source of knowledge, the leader, and educator of their student's school life. The changes that took place in education have initiated to change the role of teachers. In this article, we will examine how the role of teachers in the present society has to change.
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