1986'2, p.79
Kagalniak A. I. , Melnik L. P.
Effect of a teacher's temperament on his communication with pupils in class

An attempt is made to describe the role of a teacher's temperament in teaching and in educational work, to show how different typological peculiarities of the nervous system create unequal opportunities for the work in class. Adaptation of a teacher's temperament to his pedagogical activities must be realized through individualization of requirements, conditions and methods of his work. School authorities and supervisors are to be made responsible for this, however teachers themselves must also take into account peculiarities of their temperament and bring forth an individual pedagogical style. Consideration of teachers' temperament is an important resource for improvement of the education and instruction in school, and for making good use of a teacher's potential.