Students don't learn from teachers; they learn by applying themselves to the subject. Teachers can help, though many students learn well despite their teacher. Any halfway competent teacher knows that the best they can do is encourage and facilitate access, by posting questions, giving outside, and pointing to useful resources. None of the five options above reflect that.
Всё вместе. Бывают учителя очень образованные, а объяснять не умеют, а бывают очень хорошие рассказчики, но такой бред говорят, что и слушать не хочется. Даже если учитель хороший, если студент не хочет слушать - он не услышит
The teachers ability to relate to the student. The teachers ability to lower themselves down to the student level and explain to them using their terms. For that reason I selected teacher experience, but it also could have been student liked teacher.
It definitely has to do with the teacher-student relationship. My most recent experience is with my daughter and her violin teacher. The teacher is demanding and skillful, but also provides all the necessary tools and tricks. My daughter adores the teacher, and wants to earn praise from the teacher, so she is willing to put in the work.
I have a teacher who is an annoying bitch, but an experienced specialist. Also, I have a teacher who is strict with us, but I like her. I love to attend the second one's classes rather than the first one's. I think "teacher experience" and "student likes teacher" has a combined effect on this topic.