10 Types Of Students Teachers Like & Remember Forever
Every classroom is a collection of students who carry discrete personalities bifurcated through interests, habits, activities, and student behaviors. Discussing the kinds of students that teachers like a lot and remember forever is always fun, and we have done the same topic for a quick read.
For both students and teachers, this blog makes a good choice to go through on teacher's day. Those who are still in school can take the guide out of this blog, and those who have passed school can have a memory rundown through the '10 types of students teachers like.'“You all have given me the base of knowledge that I can build a castle of success upon. I will always be indebted to you and your teaching, dear TEACHERS.”
1. Teacher's Assistant
The types of students who are ready, like 'Usain Bolt' to assist the teacher in every single thing, are the ones who are the most favorite to the teachers. And these students don't just assist the teacher in the official work, but the personal work too.
2. The Overactive
There are those students who just do not stop and take part in every single thing that pops up in the classroom. From the extracurricular activities to the educational activities, the overactive students take part in everything and hence register themselves on the teacher's list.
3. The Frontbenchers
We all know that there are students who just love being on the front bench, and that, literally, is considered the best tactic among students to be on the good list of teachers. And frontbenchers are also the ones who always plan the teacher's day celebrations.
4. The Backbenchers
4.Even though the backbenchers get scolded a lot by the teachers, that only helps them to be remembered by the teachers forever. The joy of sitting at the last bench of the classroom is satisfactory itself. They might not be the types of students teachers like, but surely the one's teachers remember.
5. The Student Athletes
There are so many different types of students in a classroom. The athlete students are the ones who participate in a lot of activities that require physical strength and those who are extremely good in sports activities. Teachers remember these types of students because of their athletic achievements.
We do read that 'reading books is a good habit. While students just feel exhausted carrying books and notebooks to the classrooms, there are some who just love reading books a lot. And these kinds of students are remembered by teachers forever because they always provide them with books during lectures.
7. The Clowns
Every classroom has a student(s) who knows the art of making the whole class laugh. The clowns are not just the types of students teachers like but also the ones that the whole class loves. And these types of students do sell out some amazing teacher's day celebration performances.
8. The Artists
Art seems to be one of the best subjects for all the students because of the fun it provides and a much-needed break from textual study. From making greeting cards to class posters and submissions for school-level art competitions, teachers always prefer artsy students.
9. The Late Comers
Don't you think that reaching school on time was quite a task that we all had to go through every morning? Yet, there were some students who always struggled to reach on time, and hence they were tagged 'late comers'. Even though it is not for a good reason, latecomers are the types of students that teachers remember.
10.The Hidden Gems
Some people look like they don't do anything, and they might know nothing, but it turns out that they are quite good at things. The types of students in the classroom include those who seem naughty always, but they always top in studies and score good numbers on every class test and every exam.
Celebrating teacher's day with all zeal and zest is good and displaying the 'kinds of students' through an act at the celebrations is a good idea. Share this article with the type of student your friend was and let them have a rundown of some good memories. Teachers can remember the students they came across throughout their career and can connect with them, if possible.