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He is able to solve the problems of other children
He suggests useful approaches to teachers when they are explaining any problem
He behaves such that is becomes a problem for the teacher to understand him
He is very resourceful in suggesting good problems for the class to workout
He should have enough money and property so that he may not have to take up tuitions
He should have contacts with high authorities so that he may not be harmed
He should have adequate knowledge so that he may be able to solve the problems of students
He should have good reputation among students so that authorities may not be able to take any punitive measure against him
None of the above
should introduce the lesson before he starts teaching
should have command over his language
should have command over his subject
all of the above
Comfort the victim
Ignore the aggressor
Ignore the fight
Punish both of them
Teachers feel bore while working alone
Teachers are not competent
The best teachers in schools are shared by more students
The single teacher cannot control the class
bright children are likely to have a higher incidence of emotional problems
slow learners are likely to have greater manual dexterity
slow learners are likely to be physically stronger
both groups strive for success in school
Give young children the opportunity to manipulate all sorts of objects and experiment with them.
Give young children tangible reinforcements for correct answers in class.
Provide young children with an older mentor to scaffold their learning.
Give young children worksheets designed to help them learn to color within lines and form letters and numerals.