Why did that teacher get fired from your school?
Users of reddit what is the worst thing your teacher has ever said in front of a class?
Has your class ever made the teacher cry? What happened?
Anatomy teacher with his drawing lecture on a chalkboard.
Art teachers of Reddit, what’s you “Draw anything you want” story?
Virtual Teachers of Reddit (Due to COVID-19), was it shocking to see how some of your kids actually live? And if so, what was the most extreme story?
A first grade teacher didn't want her classroom to look scary to children because of the dividers so she did this... v.redd.it/6tfwcv42trh51
This teacher thinks is the same to teach in 2020
An American Teacher in 2020
IAMA science teacher in rural Georgia who just resigned due to my state and district's school reopening plans amid the COVID-19 pandemic. AMA.
Hello Reddit! As the United States has struggled through the COVID-19 pandemic, public schools across the country have pushed to reopen. As Georgia schools typically start in August, Georgia has, in many ways, been the epicenter of school reopenings and spread of the virus among students, faculty, and staff (districts such as Paulding County and Cherokee County have recently made national news). I resigned this week, about three weeks prior to my district's first day of school, mostly due to a lack of mask requirement and impossibility of social distancing within classrooms.
Edit: Thanks for the gold!
Edit 2: Thank you to Redditors who gave awards and again to everyone who asked questions and contributed to the discussion. I am pleasantly surprised at the number of people this post has reached. There are teachers - and Americans in general - who are in more dire positions medically and financially tha
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AOC reconnecting with her 2nd grade teacher on Twitter today
Teachers who call on kids who didn't have their hands raised to get them to 'socialize' are the worst.
If I don't have my hand raised, I don't know or don't want to respond. Simple. Besides, if I'm constantly getting chosen, it makes me want to be or silent during class or just not do anything, not make me want to participate. Not to mention the 'You don't know???" bull. Yeah, I DON'T know. The hint is no hand in the air.
Edit: Jesus Christ I get it. It's to get socialized, I mean when a person raises their hands, doesn't get picked, then doesn't raise their hand for the next and gets picked. Maybe I should've put that in, but that's what I meant. I also understand this might be 'popular' to some but I've never seen it on here. If you're truly hurt by this post, downvote and ignore.
Edit 2: Yes, I have anxiety. And no, no therapy yet. Some of you guys are assholes, gotta say. Kinda teared up reading some of these replies.
Teachers of Reddit, whats the weirdest thing a student answered to "tell me a fun fact avout yourself"?
Boris Johnson has insisted schools are safe to re-open next month just hours after the Children’s Commissioner called for routine coronavirus testing for pupils and teachers. independent.co.uk/news/uk…
German state bans burqas in schools: Baden-Württemberg will now ban full-face coverings for all school children. State Premier Winfried Kretschmann said burqas and niqabs did not belong in a free society. A similar rule for teachers was already in place dw.com/en/german-state-ba…
A local high school teacher at a meeting discussing the use of masks in school in Utah County.
Some teachers were savages
It looks like my health teacher knows what's up
A first grade teacher didn't want her classroom to look scary to children because of the dividers so she decided to make it fun.
My chemistry teacher keeps sending us memes as a way of bonding while we are in lockdown.
The teacher texted me and told me to wake her up
So yesterday, during zoom class, my English teacher asked us what a “tradition” was
And I gotta say, I really enjoyed watching a bunch of people temporarily double over when I said “peer pressure from dead people”
My teacher can’t wait 2 minutes
This teacher must be so nice!
High Schoolers of Reddit: What is the biggest “Oh Shit, shits about to go down!” moment that you’ve experienced with either students, teachers, or even both?
Those teachers are the best
Fifty-seven percent of public school teachers across Japan worked over 80 hours of overtime in the month of July -- passing the threshold for increased risk of death by overwork, according to a survey conducted by a nonprofit organization that supports educators. mainichi.jp/english/artic…
Science is a really fun subject, but the combination of a poorly made curriculum and a boring teacher is the reason alot of students hate science.
Science is by far the most interesting subject as it is the study of the smallest things in the universe all the way to the biggest and brightest things. It also teaches how the universe works and how things on earth work. However the reason many students find it boring is because the curriculum doesn't do a good job at explaining these things and instead teaches very specific things rather then a summary of the subject. If it wasn't this way then it would make kids want to further learn about their preferred science.
And in my personal experience, and from what I've seen online, most people get sucky teachers who don't do a good job at making science fun.
Teachers of reddit, what is the stupidest reason a kid has told on someone else?
BREAKING: Exams regulator Ofqual has just announced that all A levels and GCSEs in England will now be graded according to teacher assessments (predicted grades). This is a screeching u-turn from the government - on Saturday the Education Secretary said "No u-turn. No change." twitter.com/PaulBrandITV/…
so many teachers have said this...
Dave Grohl, whose mom taught public school, says we need to protect America's teachers like the national treasures they are cnn.com/2020/07/22/us/dav…
Teachers who stop class to embarrass kids really need to reconsider their maturity
I've seen this happen in class and I've experienced it. A student will do something that DOESN'T disrupt the class, but annoys the teacher, so the teacher will stop class for a good 5+ minutes to embarrass the student.
It's so counterproductive. It doesn't do anything but ACTUALLY disrupt class, it doesn't teach the students any life lesson, and it makes the student being embarrassed dislike the teacher more than they probably already had.
It makes it clear to any adult that the teacher has self-esteem/maturity issues outside of class and bullies their students to make themselves feel good. It's not right, and it deserves some kind of reprimand or punishment.
EDIT: I'm not saying punishment is a bad thing, I'm saying embarrassment can ruin a student's motivation to do well, and it should NOT be used as a form of punishment. If a student is doing something wrong, it's okay to tell them to stop. What's NOT okay is dragging it on long enough to disrupt class for a good chunk of time,
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I felt like an advocate when I made the teacher speechless.
Teacher votes for Trump, is now worried that she signed her own death warrant.
Teachers are NOT working hard to make things safe for September. Just like you, they are unaware of what if anything is happening right now to make things safe.
I am concerned with the messaging parents and the general public are getting through repeated comments from Mr.Ford, Minister Lecce et.al when a reporter mentions that parents are really concerned about reopening, saying, “Teachers are working hard to make things safe for September. These things are happening right now to make things safe.” This gives the impression that teachers are calmly working on plans...
Parents please understand this is NOT true.
•Teachers are actually on their unpaid summer school closure. Most schools are not even open for teacher access until Aug 26th at the earliest; at the end of the year they must hand in their keys, so they can’t get in and plan anything. Teachers actual first day of work according to their contract is usually the same day kids start (Sept.8th), although this year we will return on September 1 for 3 days of PD. (Still not much time to plan is there?)
• If anyone is in schools, it may be Admin... but most of them are not in schools ye
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Science teacher wows his students
If these teachers aren't willing to work there are plenty of people to take their place.
Ha! Haha! Hahahaha! These people think people are lining up to be teachers. This has got to be my new favorite line.
The one sick teacher, starter pack
This retired chemistry teacher completed a cross-stitch Periodic Table after two decades of stitching. He meticulously hand-stitched every inch of the 58' x 54' embroidery. The table and border took six years.
My teacher dropped Silver nitrate on my hand to teach us what it does
My teacher sister trying to make a video to get her students excited for the upcoming school year. v.redd.it/6tqzdlx11gc51
Teachers on political compass
26, Highschool Math teacher. Not a huge fan of Carol Baskin.
I don’t even think this hyperbole, just ask a teacher.
Our Lady of the Holler, Slayer of Jolene, Mother of Butterflies, patron saint of birthing mothers, champion of literacy, teacher of children, Her Royal Majesty Queen Dolly, First of Her Name. ALL HAIL THE QUEEN, LONG MAY SHE REIGN. (Art work done by Astrosperma aka Stacie E Williams)
People of Reddit, who was your worst teacher, and why?
Teachers of Reddit, how are you feeling about doing in-person classes right now?
Not sure if this counts...English first names the Chinese teachers at my husbands international school chose for themselves 🤔
Don’t you just hate dramatic drama teachers
Entitled cousin thinks that I'm willing to take of her child everytime she wants , cause I'm studying to be a teacher.
This happened last year. I have a cousin, she has 5 years old daughter. I'm studying to be a teacher, I was doing my internship, last year so I spend about 40 hours in school, lot of children, I was in a school for "difficult" children, most of them where diagnosed with hyperactivity (ADHD). At the end of the day I was exhausted, weekends seemed like heaven, not free from job, but I least free from dealing with kids. But a weekend my cousin asked me to take care of her daughter. Ok, just a weekend is not a problem for me, I didn't have that much work. I agreed. But then she started to ask this continuously. So one day, I decided to call her and asked her to stop, cause I needed time for me, she told me that she had thought about it, and that's why she was alternating weekends, one for me and one to take care of her child. I said, excuse me? When did we agree upon this? She told that since I'm just a student, and I don't have a "real" job or children, she had thought that I wouldn't hav
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Teachers returned to a Georgia school district last week. 260 employees have already gone home to quarantine. washingtonpost.com/nation…
When teachers tell it like it is...
I’m going to be a teacher, but I need to toughen up a bit.
We’ve all had that kind of teacher
My English teacher making our class watch Michelle Obama's speech. Luckily we have remote school so I can mute the tab and do something productive instead of watching this bs.
Good teachers are superheros though😅
Parents who want their kids back in school tell teachers if they don't want to risk their health they should just quit, they do, the district no longer has enough teachers so is forced to do classes remotely.
Monroe High School teachers in Georgia started the 1st day of virtual school with this video v.redd.it/889bdyoe40i51
The teacher looked confused as the children motioned frantically about the man crawling out the closet behind her.
Too bad she muted all the kids so they wouldn’t talk over her story.
Posting it here before my teacher destroy my confidence
After being told by my art teacher that this was my ‘worst piece yet’ and I felt discouraged to send this. Hopefully you all enjoy this and I enjoyed remaking it. (Yes this was very quick) reddit.com/gallery/i8yk42
“The bell doesn’t dismiss you, I do.” Is the most power trip thing you can do as a teacher.
Like you control our schedules, our grades, what you teach, etc. The least you could do is let us go when the bell rings. But noooo, I have to go to class late because you feel like it. That stuff is so annoying.
Wealthy Colorado parents are hiring teachers for private learning pods, leaving low-income students behind coloradosun.com/2020/08/0…
You know you reached the apex of comedy if the teacher himself laughs.
Anatomy teacher with his drawing lecture on a chalkboard
What's something a teacher did at school that you're still mad about?
That one teacher in every school district starter pack
French teacher starterpack
I’m a teacher and my students noticed that I wasn’t myself for a while. I was in a bad place emotionally. They knew that I was a fan of Billie Eillish and one of them drew me this masterpiece. I would love for her amazing art to be seen by as many people possible, as it still makes me smile!