A primary mission of a university is to develop the potential of its students to think creatively and independently and to communicate effectively. Fostering the teaching-learning process is vital to advancing our civilization. This teaching-learning process is complex, in part because it continually involves new and unique combinations of individuals and circumstances. Some students are easily motivated, other are not. Potential learners often have widely differing values and expectations. The teacher must assist each student to identify goals and motivate him or her to strive strongly for them.



teaching philosophy, motivating students, teacher-learning process

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