The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (2023)

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Good teachers are lifelong learners, always looking for ways to develop new skills and understandings. As a teacher, you may long to read up on new ideas for your classroom, but with the demands on your time this amounts to nothing more than a fantasy. Staying up to date on the best books for teachers is a challenge for any busy professional, so peruse our list to make an informed choice about how to spend your valuable reading time.

The best books for teachers in 2021 range in theme, including inspirational, ideas for professional development, celebrating diversity and classroom management strategies that will help to benefit new and veteran teachers alike. They are available in multiple formats and are perfect whether you prefer audio, digital or classic print. Spend some time looking over these carefully selected titles, decide which books best match your teaching needs and interests, and curl up with one this winter to inspire your teaching.

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Inspirational Books for Teachers

The following books are for teachers who are looking to add some sort of inspiration…..

What School Could Be by Ted Dintersmith

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (8)What It’s About: A travelogue from American classrooms about teachers who help children thrive under difficult circumstances.

Why Teachers Should Read it: Dintersmith provides stirring anecdotes to warm your heart along with reasons to be hopeful that the change we need will come from today’s students and the teachers who lead them. Read this book if you became a teacher to help children thrive; you will feel connected to the thousands of other teachers motivated by this same value.

The Teacher Wars: A History of America’s Most Embattled Profession by Dana Goldstein

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (9)What It’s About: The history of public education and women as educators in America.

Why Teachers Should Read it: Goldstein looks at the historic roots of teaching as a women’s profession. Especially compelling is her extensive historical research; she takes the reader on a journey of public education in America from the 1830s to the present day. This book is perfect if you want to learn about how gender disparity in teacher salaries came to be.

Enticing Hard to Reach Readers by Ruth Ayres

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (10)What It’s About: Encouraging kids to write in order to heal from traumatic experiences.

Why Teachers Should Read it: Ayers, a professional development coordinator and mother of four, presents easily adaptable techniques for teaching writing. She presents scientific evidence on childhood trauma and brain research, and inspires teachers to be persistent writing coaches with personal anecdotes and practical strategies. This book is great for any teacher who works with children from troubled backgrounds.

Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (11)What It’s About: A homeschooled child of survivalist parents remembers her difficult but ultimately triumphant transition to mainstream life.

Why Teachers Should Read it: Westover recounts her journey and helps the reader see mainstream society from the eyes of a child who never stepped foot in a classroom but went on to achieve academic excellence anyway. This is a story about tenacity and grit and is a good choice for anyone looking to confirm their belief in the powers of personal fortitude and education.

I am Malala: The Girl Who Stood up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (12)What It’s About: Malala Yousafzai, the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, tells her personal story of her fight for girls’ education in Pakistan.

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Why Teachers Should Read it: If you are looking for a young hero, Malala is your girl. Her memoir is a must-read for anyone passionate about education for girls. This book is a stark reminder that warfare and religious fundamentalism have been detrimental to girls around the world.

Books for Professional Development

The following books are for teachers looking to build upon their professional development….

What Works in Schools by Robert Marzano

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (13)What It’s About: Creative ways to deliver instruction and manage your classroom in the age of high-stakes testing.

Why Teachers Should Read it: This now-classic text is now so fundamental to current pedagogical practices that it is the textbook of choice for many college instructors. Marzano covers topics such as reading and writing instruction, critical thinking skills, school effectiveness, assessment, cognition and standards implementation. This book is an essential item on the bookshelf of every teacher.

Lead Like a Pirate by Shelley Burgess and Beth Houf

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (14)What It’s About: In this sequel to bestseller Teach Like a Pirate, Burgess and Houf apply the PIRATE technique to school leadership.

Why Teachers Should Read it:Whether you are a current or aspiring school administrator, read this book if you need inspiration, motivation and ideas for sustaining a culture of excellence in your school. Burgess and Houf write with a contagious (and hilarious) zeal for strong leadership and dynamic schools.

Disruptive Thinking: Why How We Read Matters

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (15)What It’s About: Useful reading strategies to help students deepen reading comprehension and engage with their reading material.

Why Teachers Should Read it: Kylee Beers and Robert Probst, authors of bestseller Notice and Note, want students of all ages to be responsive and responsible readers. Their user-friendly book includes features such as turn-and-talk discussion points. This book is perfect for any teacher who wants to empower their students as readers and writers and is a good pick for a PD book club.

Cultivating Mindfulness in the Classroom by Jeanie Iberlin

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (16)What It’s About: The research behind mindfulness-based practices with children and a step-by-step process for teachers to establish their own classroom mindfulness program.

Why Teachers Should Read it: Read this book to foster a more compassionate classroom culture and help kids understand the benefits of mindfulness. Iberlin’s tips work well with any grade level and won’t just help the students–they contribute to teachers’ well being too. Mindfulness skills can have a lifelong positive impact, so read this book to make your classroom a more peaceful and mindful space.

The Big Test by Nicholas Lemann

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (17)What It’s About: A history of the rise of high-stakes testing in American public education.

Why Teachers Should Read it: When Lemann published this book twenty years ago, the notion that kids from working class families tended to score much lower on the SAT was groundbreaking. Yet, the SAT remains the gatekeeper to higher education despite its flaws. This book tells not just the history of standardized testing since 1933, but leads the reader to question the effectiveness of our national testing system.

Teachers and Machines: The Classroom Use of Technology Since 1920 by Larry Cuban

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (18)What It’s About: A history of technology including radio, film and television.

Why Teachers Should Read it: This book was published in 1986 but serves as a bookend for all the classroom technology developed since and the ways teachers and students use it. One persistent challenge is ensuring equal access to educational technology and giving all students the best competitive edge in today’s global economy.

Books About Diversity in Education

These books are for educators and teachers who are looking to expand their knowledge on diversity in education….

For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood: Reality Pedagogy and Urban Education by Christopher Emdin

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (19)What It’s About: How to implementReality Pedagogy” and other culturally responsive practices in your classroom.

Why Teachers Should Read it:Chris Emdin explores the inherent inequality of public education in America and how this affects students of color. After this scathing critique, Emdin offers hope for change through his Seven Cs of Reality Pedagogy in 2016. This book is ideal for anyone looking to learn real ways to bridge a cultural divide between teachers and students of different backgrounds.

Pushout by Monique Morris

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (20)What It’s About: The criminalization of black girls in schools and how to increase cultural sensitivity at school.

Why Teachers Should Read it: Morris, selected as a TEDWomen 2018 Speaker, provides powerful evidence of inequality discipline and behavior control. The result is a compelling mix of social science research, personal vignettes, interviews and statistics to help teachers understand what cultural sensitivity in discipline looks like and why it is needed.

Finding Joy in Teaching Students of Diverse Backgrounds: Culturally Responsive and Socially Just Practices in U.S. Classrooms by Sonia Nieto

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (21)What It’s About: The importance of celebrating diversity in your classroom.

Why Teachers Should Read it: If you are driven by issues of social justice and student advocacy, this book is for you. Sonia Nieto cuts through the academic jargon to remind teachers how important their role is in helping students of all backgrounds feel the power of community. First published in 2013, Nieto remains fresh and relevant in her content and suggestions.

The Rise and Fall of an Urban School System by Jeffrey Mirel

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (22)What It’s About: This book describes the rise and fall of the public school system in Detroit, and draws parallels between what happened in Detroit with what’s happening education in urban areas across America.

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Why Teachers Should Read it: Mirel presents a meticulous history of the city and its education administration. When this book was published in 1983, we had no way to know Detroit would become the first American city to declare bankruptcy. In hindsight, we see that Mirel had excellent forecasting abilities. This book is a staple for anyone interested in avoiding mistakes in urban education.

Best Books for Elementary Teachers

These books are geared towards educators who teach at an elementary school level…

Troublemakers: Lessons in Freedom from Young Children at School by Carla Shalaby

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (23)What It’s About: Rethinking the label “troublemaker” to describe young children with disruptive behaviors.

Why Teachers Should Read it: This book provides a twenty-first century look at critical pedagogy and encourages teachers to value their students’ experiences and contributions. Shalaby gives readers four case studies of “troublemakers” to show how each child is unique and equally valuable. Perfect for new elementary teachers looking for ways to apply the concept of differentiated instruction.

The Curious Classroom by Harvey Daniels

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (24)What It’s About: Ways to incorporate student-led inquiry in the elementary classroom.

Why Teachers Should Read it: Daniels shares practical models and inspirational examples of inquiry-based learning from teachers across the country. This book has visual appeal too, complete with full page photographs of student inquiry in action. A companion study guide is available, making this book perfect for a PD study group.

Notice and Note by Kylene Beers and Bob Probst

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (25)What It’s About: Behavioral strategies for growing reading skills in K-4 students.

Why Teachers Should Read it: Beers and Probst provide ways to help your students be engaged and accomplished readers. They provide helpful strategies for teaching reading, such as pointing out “signposts” in the text which prompt students to pause and analyze. The companion Notice and Literature Log provides graphic organizers to help guide students into being careful readers.

The Book Whisperer: Awakening the Inner Reader in Every Child by Donalyn Miller

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (26)What It’s About: Helping children learn to love reading.

Why Teachers Should Read it: Since its publication in 2009, Donalyn Miller’s inspirational book has helped countless teachers and their students get in touch with their “inner reader.” Miller is a strong advocate of student choice in reading material and draws from substantial evidence to show that when kids have some choice, they will naturally develop a love of reading.

Conscious Discipline – Building Resilient Classrooms

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (27)What It’s About: Psychologist and child development expert Dr. Becky Bailey examines what compassionate discipline in the PreK classroom should look like.

Why Teachers Should Read it:Updated in 2015, this book retains the core principles which has made it a favorite among teachers of young children and incorporates recent research on social-emotional learning. This book provides real-world tactics for maintaining a resilient classroom.

Best Books for New Teachers

We recommend these books for new teachers in particular. Due to….

The First Days of School: How to be an Effective Teacher by Harry K. Wong and Rosemary T. Wong

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (28)What It’s About: Strategies for classroom management from day one.

Why Teachers Should Read it: This indispensable book has been used in teacher training programs for years because it is so good. Wong emphasizes the importance of classroom procedures with clear expectations and consistent consequences. Even if you have been teaching for twenty years, it’s good to get a refresher on how kids crave routine. By investing time developing consistent in classroom procedures, teachers actually have more time and space for instruction.

Working with Parents by Ruby K. Payne

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (29)What It’s About: The importance of positive relationships with parents and guardians.

Why Teachers Should Read it: Ruby Paine, known for her work in teaching students from poverty, provides ways to build rapport with families. Since 2005 this book has provided good techniques for developing positive relationships with parents. These skills remain important in today’s political climate and as our awareness of culturally responsive practices have grown.

Why Didn’t I Learn this in College? by Paula Rutherford

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (30)What It’s About: Sound practices to bridge the gap between theory learned in college and practice in the K-12 classroom.

Why Teachers Should Read it: This book is ideal for a brand-new teacher looking for ways to plan his or her classroom or a veteran teacher looking to add structure. Since 2009 it too has become a staple of college classrooms and teachers’ bookshelves across the country. Includes a helpful collection of classroom-ready templates and tools.

The First 90 Days: Proven Strategies for Getting Up to Speed Smarter and Faster by Michael Watkins

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (31)What It’s About: How you can avoid common pitfalls and maximize opportunities in the first three months of a new job.

Why Teachers Should Read it: While written for a broad audience, first-year teachers can definitely benefit from the general principles behind Watkins’ advice. The main ideas here-that careful planning and attention to detail in the first ninety days of any new gig will make or break your experience and impact-have kept Watkins’ books on bestseller lists since 2003.

Your First Year: How to Survive and Thrive as a New Teacher

The Best Books for Teachers in 2022 (32)What It’s About: A series of common challenges for first-year teachers and how to avoid them.


Why Teachers Should Read it: The Whitakers provide engaging stories from their own experiences along with practical advice, including the importance of consistent classroom procedures and rules. Since its publication in 2016, it has been clear that this one is a keeper.


Self-guided inquiry is the best professional development. This list of the best books for teachers in 2019 invites you to build your reading list with these inspirational stories, ideas for professional development, diversity in education and books for new teachers. Follow your reading and teaching interests and choose a book that reignites your passion for teaching.


Who is the most famous teacher 2022? ›

Kurt Russell, a veteran high school history teacher in Oberlin, Ohio, was named the 2022 National Teacher of the Year on Tuesday by the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO).

What books should new teachers read? ›

Must Reads for New Teachers
  • The First Days of School: How to Be an Effective Teacher. ...
  • Educating Esmé: Diary of a Teacher's First Year. ...
  • Working with Parents. ...
  • Why Didn't I Learn This in College? ...
  • Joey Pigza Swallowed the Key. ...
  • Blowing Away the State Writing Assessment Test.
Dec 6, 2016

What is the greatest challenge facing teachers today 2022? ›

Teaching has evolved over the years, and with that comes different challenges. Classroom management, creating engaging lesson plans, time management, and reaching diverse learning styles are some things on teachers' plates.

What is the teachers goal for 2022? ›

Providing enjoyable and stimulating learning opportunities. Teaching students self-motivation strategies. Promote self-autonomy for learning. Work on building respectful relationships with students.

Who is the richest teacher in the world 2022? ›

One of the world's richest women just married a science teacher. The new marriage of MacKenzie Scott, ex-wife of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, and Dan Jewett was first reported by the Wall Street Journal on Sunday.

Who is one of the most inspiring teachers? ›

Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan is one of the most inspiring teachers and educators in the history of India.

What is the best grade to teach as a new teacher? ›

If your really love helping young learners grow and play, preschool, kindergarten, or grades 1 through 3 are great. If you're more interested in helping children develop good thinking skills as they mature, grade 4 is a good place to start.

What all new teachers need? ›

17 Essential Supplies for New Teachers
  • Antibacterial wipes. Your classroom won't be a blank slate for long. ...
  • Tissues. Just like wipes, tissues are a must-have, no matter the season.
  • Hand sanitizer. ...
  • Shower board. ...
  • Whiteboard markers. ...
  • Pens and pencils. ...
  • Colored duct tape. ...
  • Storage bins, shelves, and tubs.
Jul 28, 2016

What do teachers need most right now? ›

5 Things Every Teacher Needs to Hear Right Now
  • Your job matters. Sometimes, with all of the ridiculous expectations, it can feel like you're no longer teaching the way you want to teach. ...
  • You are doing a great job. ...
  • Good enough is good enough sometimes. ...
  • Your mental health and family need to come first. ...
  • Thank you.
Sep 26, 2022

What makes a good teacher? ›

Some qualities of a good teacher include skills in communication, listening, collaboration, adaptability, empathy and patience. Other characteristics of effective teaching include an engaging classroom presence, value in real-world learning, exchange of best practices and a lifelong love of learning.

What qualities make a great teacher? ›

The Top 14 Qualities that Make a Good Teacher
  • Adaptability. Adaptability is a must for teachers, who need to continuously evaluate what's working for their students — and even more importantly, what isn't working. ...
  • Empathy. ...
  • Patience. ...
  • Engagement. ...
  • Active Listening. ...
  • Lifelong Learning. ...
  • Free of Bias. ...
  • Respectful Attitude.

Why is teacher burnout so high? ›

Teaching is a rewarding yet demanding career. With long hours and a heavy workload, it's easy to fall prey to teacher burnout. Without proper support, teachers are in danger of being overworked and not taking care of their own mental and physical health needs.

What is the number one goal in teaching? ›

Enhancing quality learning, working for the benefit of the whole community, learning on the go, improving and maintaining their well-being, are the main 4 goals of effective teachers.

What is the number one goal of a teacher? ›

Helping them find and hone their voice by working on developing communication skills and confidence in expressing themselves. Inspiring students by demonstrating your belief in their abilities and providing the support they need to succeed in their academic challenges.

What are the three goals of teaching? ›

  • To nurture creative thinking. ...
  • To develop social skills. ...
  • To assist the school/ educational institution to achieve its goals is another important objective of a teacher.
  • To involve parents in their children's education.
Jun 29, 2021

Who is the highest paid teacher in? ›

Highest salary that a Teacher can earn is ₹5.1 Lakhs per year (₹42.5k per month).

Who has the highest paid teachers? ›

New York leads the nation in teacher pay with an average salary of $80,286, according to WalletHub.
Where teachers are paid the most
  1. New York. Average salary: $80,286.
  2. Illinois. Average salary: $70,696.
  3. Michigan. Average salary: $70,137.
  4. Pennsylvania. ...
  5. Washington.
Mar 16, 2023

Who makes the most money as a teacher? ›

Salaries for educators vary widely. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median pay for K-12 teachers is around $61,000 .
Highest-paying jobs in education
  1. School superintendent. ...
  2. K-12 principal. ...
  3. Dean of students. ...
  4. College professor. ...
  5. Instructional coordinator.
Apr 28, 2023

What are the three best teachers? ›

Life's 3 best teachers are: Failures, Empty pockets, and Heartbreak. Failure: is a part of success.

What are the three best teacher in life? ›

They say life has three best teachers: heart breaks, empty pockets and failures.

Who are the 3 great teachers? ›

[44] All three great teachers are models of compassion; each showed sympathy for and a desire to alleviate the suffering of others. The Buddha, Socrates, and Jesus, each in his own way, calls for a transformation of human living.

What is the hardest age to teach? ›

While middle school is undoubtedly one of the hardest age groups to teach, it can also be the most rewarding for teachers and students alike, but there are a few things we'd like you to know to understand it truly.

What grade is hardest teaching? ›

The Verdict: Fifth grade~ what a special grade. But do you see many of these factors as deal breakers? Do you have more cons than pros? If so, teaching fifth grade may be the hardest elementary grade for you to teach.

What grade teacher makes the most money? ›

What grade / level do teachers get paid the most? The highest earners are typically high school level teachers, and the lowest paid are preschool teachers.

What is the average teacher gift? ›

How much should you spend on a teacher gift? A range is appreciated, but gifts of about $25 are common. "Teachers don't typically expect gifts from students. In the past, I've received gifts from $5 up to $100.

What are 3 things you need to be a teacher? ›

To earn a preliminary teaching credential a teacher must have: A bachelor's degree. Completed an accredited teacher preparation program. Completed 600 hours of student teaching.

Do teachers need gifts? ›

A gift can increase the likelihood the teacher will remember the school fondly and recommend it to others. Teachers often give so much more of themselves than they are required or paid to do.

Which teachers are most in demand? ›

Which teaching subject is most in demand? While specific needs vary by institution, science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) are subjects that are always in high demand.

What do teachers buy with their own money? ›

Sometimes it's for supplies, like high-quality paper and books for her classroom library. Other times, it's for her students' basic needs — shoes, jackets, even food.

What are 5 professional qualities of a good teacher? ›

5 Qualities Teachers Should Have
  • Patience and Compassion. It's fair to say that most teachers will have their patience tested more than once during their careers! ...
  • Energy and Enthusiasm. ...
  • Excellent communication skills. ...
  • Excellent subject knowledge and willingness to learn. ...
  • Organisation and discipline.
Jul 1, 2022

How to be a successful teacher? ›

They are prepared, set clear and fair expectations, have a positive attitude, are patient with students, and assess their teaching on a regular basis. They are able to adjust their teaching strategies to fit both the students and the material, recognizing that different students learn in different ways.

What are strengths and weaknesses of a teacher? ›

These example answers may help you prepare for your interview:
  • Example teacher strength 1: Collaboration. ...
  • Example teacher strength 2: Empathy. ...
  • Example teacher strength 3: Order. ...
  • Example teacher strength 4: Technology skills. ...
  • Example teacher strength 5: Creativity. ...
  • Example teacher weakness 1: Lack of technological skills.
Apr 14, 2023

Why are teachers quitting 2023? ›

Clip: 04/10/2023 | 17m 51s | Staffing shortages, burnout, funding cuts, and debates over the curriculum are adding to the pressures on America's educators. In her new book, bestselling author Alexandra Robbins followed three teachers to see how these issues are changing the way they work.

What stresses teachers out the most? ›

Lack of support from leadership and colleagues

Whether it be from challenging student behaviors (see above), lack of support planning, or any number of other factors, teachers feel increased stress when they are left to believe they are doing the work alone.

Which teachers are the most stressed? ›

Female and Hispanic/Latinx teachers were more likely to report feeling stressed, as were mid-career teachers - those with between six and 20 years of experience.

How do you deal with a noisy classroom? ›

How to reduce classroom noise
  1. Set the tone early.
  2. Address students individually.
  3. Only say things once.
  4. Make activities more engaging.
  5. Promote active listening.
  6. Listen more.
May 9, 2023

What are the 4 learning goals? ›

What are the components of a learning objective? The ABCD (audience, behavior, condition, and degree) method can be used to identify all core components of a learning objective.

What is a good smart goal for teachers? ›

Here's an example of a SMART goal for a teacher: suppose that you want to improve the quality and frequency of your classroom discussions. You could set a goal to have discussions every week (Specific, Achievable) for the rest of the school year (Time-bound, Measurable) on a subject your class is studying (Relevant).

What are two smart goals for teachers? ›

Here is a list of 17 SMART goal examples for teachers:
  • Read a Classic Novel. ...
  • Begin a Fundraiser. ...
  • Understand my Students Better. ...
  • Organize My Files. ...
  • Enroll in an Educational Course. ...
  • Avoid Teacher Burnout. ...
  • Give Up Control in the Classroom. ...
  • Reach Out to Parents.
Apr 9, 2023

What is the end goal of teaching? ›

The ultimate goal of teaching is to impart learning. Student's desire to learn is vital to mastering new concepts, principles, and skills. The goal of teaching is to make a desirable change in behaviour. Teaching is purposeful and goal-directed which ends at desired changes of learners' behaviour.

What is the teachers most important role in the classroom? ›

The primary focus of the classroom teacher is on the planning, preparation and teaching of programs to achieve specific student outcomes. The classroom teacher engages in critical reflection and inquiry in order to improve knowledge and skills to effectively engage students and improve their learning.

Who is the most famous teacher in the world? ›

One of the most famous teachers from history and one of the brightest human mind, Albert Einstein, made his name eternal through his work. He started his career as a teacher in high school and went on to give the world the most famous mass-energy equation, general relativity, a theory of Brownian motion and many more.

Who is the current best teacher? ›

A teacher at the Adenta Community Junior High School (JHS) in the Greater Accra Region, Stella Gyimaah Larbi, has been crowned the 2022 National Best Teacher.

Who is the current best teacher in the world? ›

Kenyan Peter Tabichi, who has been teaching for 12 years, was recently named the best teacher in the world.

Who was the world's greatest teacher? ›

Socrates is considered to be the greatest teacher the world has ever known. The essence of his technique is a two-way dialogue between the teacher and the student.

Who is the richest teacher? ›

Dan Jewett Just Became the World's Richest Teacher (and We're Only a Little Jealous)

Who are the highest paid teachers in the world list? ›

Most recent OECD data indicates that salaries for primary teachers with 15 years of experience are highest in Luxembourg, where educators earn $101,360 per year, on average. In the United States, teachers make closer to $62,101 behind Germany, Canada, Netherlands, Australia and Ireland.

Who is the best teacher 2023? ›

National Teachers Awards Result 2021
Name of the Teacher & DesignationName of the School & State/UT/Organization
Sib Sankar Pal, Head TeacherPandabpur High School, Tripura
Kangkan Kishor Dutta, TeacherBamunpukhuri High School, Assam
Binanda Swargiary, TeacherK B Deulkuchi, H S School, Baksa, Assam
41 more rows

Who is the best teacher male and female? ›

Additionally, women teachers focus on a child's holistic development. While women teachers are the right fit at the primary level, in higher classes, male teachers are preferred to better discipline the students. Women are naturally equipped with skills to handle junior kids and better understand their emotional needs.

Who won the best teachers award? ›

Most Outstanding Teacher, Madam Stella Gyimaah Larbi, first runner-up Madam Fati Issifu, and other award winners of the 2022 Ghana Teacher Prize paid a courtesy call on the Ag.

What is the number one teacher? ›

Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

Teachers' Day in India is celebrated on his birthday. Radhakrishnan is counted among the best teacher in India. He was born on September 5 in 1888 in Tiruttani, Tamil Nadu, India. He completed his Masters in Philosophy at the age of 21.

Where in the world are teachers most respected? ›

According to the 2018 Global Teacher Status Index, the countries that most respect their teachers are China, Malaysia and Taiwan; followed by Russia and Indonesia. Teachers in these countries are found to be highly respected and well-regarded. The teachers are paid handsomely in China and Malaysia.

Which country teacher is best? ›

the countries where teachers got the most respect, both from their students, educational institutions in general, and from society at large, the best countries to be a teacher were Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia, and at the very top, China.

Who was the first teacher ever? ›

No one knows for sure. Many people think Confucius was the first teacher. He was born in China in 551 B.C.E.


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