Changing Teachers Attitude

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Baqir Malik is a teacher at a primary school on the outskirts of Bahawalpur. He loves Urdu and Seraiki literature. “I see a lack of dedication in our teachers. They come to school, do the minimum in terms of teaching the children and that’s it. I’ve seen teachers beating kids because they believe that by beating children they will learn better! Is there any correlation between beating and learning?” argues Malik

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“Our kids are smart, they can learn, they can innovate. Our teachers are not dedicated! They are not worried about the future of children, they are not worried about the learning of students. I’ve not seen any teacher working 2-3 hours extra to plan the lesson or activities to engage children of different abilities.” he added.

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