If you were a teacher, what grade would you want to teach?
First — when they’ve had a chance to learn what one does in school, like stand in line or raise your hand, but not yet indoctrinated with all the stuff you have to unteach.
Yes, I think l’empress says it all.
I could never be a classroom teacher, but I guess I like the first grade idea. They’re still so enthusiastic and spontaneous, and I’d have the chance to encourage that.
University level. Political Science or English or something artsy.
I couldn’t teach kids – I’d get too impatient.
I would like to teach a class where students would have to learn how to think creatively.
Why should a boy/girl settle for being a mechanic when with a little more knowledge he/she could own the garage/business.
I love it when the light turns on in someone’s head.
I love it too. I worked for a company that taught that sort of thing. It was amazing. Now none of us have jobs.
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