Teacher as a Manager

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Teacher as a Manager
Mursid Saleh, Member, Professor, Indonesia

As a manager a teacher should be a good planner, organizer, executer, and evaluator of his own job.


Teaching is a profession, and a teacher is a professional.
As a professional, a teacher is required to make professional decisions each day. Some of the decisions are routine and hardly take efforts to make. But many are so important that if wrongly made will have fatal effects on his/her students' future life.
A teacher, therefore, should deeply consider the manageability of his/her programs so as not to fail in achieving the goals. A teacher is also a manager.
Being a manager a teacher should be a good planner, organizer, executer, and evaluator of his own job. In order to function effectively as a manager, a teacher should be knowledgeable, well-informed, and skillful. He/she should also be open-minded, adaptive, creative, innovative, but also critical.
In other words, a teacher should be a dynamic developer of one's own personality and profession.

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