The real reason why I’m a teacher: I hate being asked questions
- by admin
A lot of people ask teachers why they’re doing their job and what their main goal is, and many teachers are not shy about sharing their thoughts.
But there are a lot of questions that teachers ask that they don’t always think through and they end up taking the path of least resistance.
Here are 10 of the questions I’ve been asked by my students and the answers I’ve given.1.
What do you teach in the classroom?2.
How do you explain something?3.
What is the main reason why you teach?4.
What’s the main goal you’re trying to achieve?5.
How would you like to be paid for it?6.
What advice would you give to a teacher who’s getting a lot more work done than she is?7.
What makes you think that your job is important?8.
What kind of person would you be?9.
What are you hoping to accomplish?10.
What have you learned from being a teacher?
I have been teaching for over 30 years, and I can tell you, it’s definitely a job that takes a lot out of you, especially as you get older.
But as you’re getting older and the work you’re doing is less of a priority, your mind is also going to wander a bit.
So it can be helpful to start by thinking of the main purpose of your job, what it’s supposed to accomplish, and how it’s being used to your advantage.
If you’ve got questions, feel free to leave them in the comments section below.
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A lot of people ask teachers why they’re doing their job and what their main goal is, and many teachers…