What are the best/worst parts about teaching?
Helping kids learn new things.
Seeing their faces when they have that “I get it!” moment.
Using your creativity to teach, create games, design bulletin boards, …
Parents who love their kids and help ensure that they are successful.
Supportive coworkers and administrators.
Vacation time around major holidays.
Paperwork, paperwork, paperwork.
Parents who couldn’t give a rats a$$ what their kid does.
Parents who are always telling how something should have been done but are never there before the fact to help come up with ideas to do it.
Unsupportive coworkers and administrators.
Relatively low pay.
: ( The system especially in a formal school structure, knowing special needs kids are not benefitting, yet just have to conduct lessons according to pace as still need to achieve the class requirement. Feeling lousy and difficult in being unable or too stretched to assist each and every kid. Juggling job scope NOT relating to teaching!!! Marking works of students who obviously have not put in effort. And chasing for students’ work!!!
Worst: being underappreciated and underpaid, and being limited in your ability to teach by laws made by people who don’t know anything about education.
The Bad: low parental support (sometimes we feel like ‘babysitters’); low pay for the work load; government regulated (when often the “government” needs to try teaching before changing something)
Overall, I don’t know what else I would like to do!
Hate about my job – report card writing, politics within school/district
As you can see love far outweighs hate!
HATE – the paperwork, the kids’ attitude, being underpaid, low parental support, bring work home
Worst: The SOL (Standards Of Learning) stress.
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