Cooperation of Teacher Advisors
by Paul W. Terry - 1926
Probably the most important single condition of the success of any phase of school work is the happiness of the teacher who is responsible for carrying it out. Happiness in this sense rests on three conditions. The teacher must appreciate the value of the activity and be able to find pleasure in it. He must possess any specific training and aptitudes which are indispensable for a reasonable degree of mastery of the job. And finally, be must have confidence in the fairness and effectiveness of the administrative arrangements which surround him.
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