True Teacher Or Untrue Teacher Analysis

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True Teacher or Untrue Teacher?

A teacher should be an example for the students and society. It is like a saying “Ing ngarsa sung tuladha, ing madya mangun karsa, tut wuri handayani.” It is created by Ki Hajar Dewantara, a figure of education in Indonesia. The meaning of that saying is in the front, a teacher must give a good example and attitude for the students; in the middle or between the students, a teacher must be creative to create a new idea; and from the back, a teacher should be able to give impetus and direction to the students.
Teachers have moral responsibility to guide their students become smart person. They must teach with good attitude because students will do what is taught by their teachers. A good teacher will create a good student but a best teacher will create a successful student.
Being a teacher is a challenge. Each teacher in our country has their own challenge. A teacher who teaches in the town is different with a teacher who teaches in the small village. It means that teacher in the town has complete facilities, but teacher in the small village will get a problem with the limited facilities. That is the challenge for the teachers because of the limited facilities they must be creative to create a new thing or media to teach the students and they must be professional because it is their responsibility as a teacher.
There are two kinds of teacher, “A true teacher” and “An untrue teacher”. A true teacher is those who do their works with high spirit

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