Author: Hamdi Serin1
1Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Ishik University, Erbil, Iraq
Abstract: Passion has a motivating factor; therefore, it is a significant need for high quality learning and teaching. Passion is seeking for the new, and experiencing new ideas. Passion is on the basis of effective teaching. Passion which is indispensable for learning and teaching facilitates learning thorough desire and enthusiasm it creates. Passionate teachers via creating effective learning environments endeavor to increase learning potentials of their students. This study focuses on differences passionate teachers make, and points out the effects of passion on effective learning and teaching.
Keywords: Passion, Passionate Teacher, Effective Learning and Teaching, Commitment
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