The children of today are different in the sense that they are:
they tend to be more and more comprehensive, global and universal.
they attach a great value to the virtues of friendship and commitment to the relations that are rooted in impartiality, team spirit and freedom from rigidities of conventions, dogmas and all the conflicts of ideologies that prevent free inquiry leading up to discoveries and inventions that will sub-serve the ideals of mutuality and harmony;
their boundaries tend to be crossed by travels and fresh experiences, and
they insist on integrality between profession and practices; they are natural critics of pretence and preaching, and they appreciate achievements and realisations.
Correspondingly the teachers of today and tomorrow have to be different; their roles have to be more stringent and multisided, devoted to the development of integral personality, wide vision of the future of nationalism and internationalism, and capable of fulfil the role of the teacher as exemplar, as a friend, philosopher and guide, as a scientist, psychologist, artist and technologist, and above all, an ideal communicator who can spread uplifting influence by process of awakening and inspiration and contagious enthusiasm.
Teachers of today and tomorrow need to have new