(3) Emotionally Stable: The teacher must be emotionally stable.
He must be free from complexes, worries and frustration.
It is evaluation which will throw light on teachers’ work and pupil’s achievement.
Evaluation will point out weakness in teaching and learning process and the teacher can adopt suitable remedial measures.
(5) Sense of Humour: In the school, the teacher should have smiling face and a cheerful look while teaching.
His sense of humour will help him to overcome very serious situations, which can be sometimes laughed away.
He should decide how much work is to be done in a particular month and in a particular week. The teacher has to organize a number of activities in the school. He should see that the class-rooms are well-equipped.
He has to make seating arrangements, distribute equipment’s and keep it neat and clean. The teacher has to supervise a number of tasks and activities.
Teacher’s personality traits have deep impact on the pupils.
The following traits in the teacher are worth mentioning here: (1) Love for children: The teacher must love his pupils.