6IX CRUDE REALITIES OF BEEN A TEACHER
The teaching profession is an act of educating or instructing; activities that impart knowledge or skill into a student. Being able to impart skill and knowledge into a student until, or in other to have a desired end
6ix Crude Realities of been a Teacher
The teaching profession is an act of educating or instructing; activities that impart knowledge or skill into a student. Being able to impart skill and knowledge into a student until, or in other to have a desired end, I.e being able to bring out of a student certain behaviour, action, character, or attitude.
“Teaching is one of the hardest jobs out there, and you have to have the heart, skill, knowledge, and desire to do.” –Lauren Tesh
Some people believe teaching is hard to do; yes, but not everybody subscribe to this postulation. In a survey conducted through an online community, to tell what are the most annoying misconceptions people have about teachers. Here we have some of their opinions.
1. Because you only assume work only from 8:00am – 3:00pm?
2. That you only plays around and do nothing during holidays?
3. That all you do is to sit until the day is blown away?
4. That except from your subject matter, nothing else matters to you?
5. They think just anyone can do your job?
6. Because some people actually belief the saying, “Those who can, do; those can’t teach”
Although according to a teacher, Lauren Leign, “In reality, I got up at 5:30, review lesson plans, print out extra materials I may need for the day, work through my lunch period, typically stay two hours after school doing work, then bring the rest home.
I usually finish grading, lesson planning, and writing IEPs around 11:30.”
Mind you, not everyone beliefs or sees your profession as a serious business. So the next time you want to talk about it, you can start with, or an attempt to change an impression or knowing first what your neighbour thinks about you and your job.