Confucius is thought to have been the world’s first teacher. He was a private tutor who taught history. Previously, only the royal or noble classes had access to education. Confucius, on the other hand, changed this perception and taught anyone who was willing to learn. Noble and wealthy families approached him for instruction for their sons. Confucius required his students to learn about history and other subjects. Furthermore, he shared his knowledge to help his learners gain responsibilities and moral character. He was also the one who received the most teacher appreciation.
In ancient times, strongly knowledgeable and learned men became teachers by default. Priests and prophets were regarded as the world’s first teachers. Wealthy and noble families sent their children to them. The prophets and priests instilled in their students leadership and other essential skills.