The seven-century-long Buddhist era is where formal teacher training first emerged. The aim of teacher training was to spread Buddhism. They were monks who were educating the populace about Buddhism. One had to be kept under the watchful eye of the instructors from whom he learnt the principles of morality, good behaviour, and Dharma training in order to attain the rank of a teacher. During the Buddhist era, instructors (monks) were trained using a system that was subsequently identified and given the term monitorial system. During the Buddhist era, teaching was regarded as the highest vocation.
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