You cannot be a good teacher if you do not reflect about the assumptions you bring to class with you. Good teachers take care of the consequences that their paradigms have in their students.
“I believe people learn in different ways. In formal teaching, some enjoy theoretical prescriptions while others learn through controversial discussions. Depending on the subject, there are different ways to teach well. Good teaching is highly influenced by the attitude and interests of the teacher and the students while they coexist in the classroom. Fortunately, attitudes can be changed if people want. Interests can be served if people communicate them.
Commitment with self development and respect for diversity make the difference between emancipatory and controlling teaching. The more control you have over your motivation the less supervision you need from the instructor. I believe most adults learn better when they are having fun, few need close supervision”.