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#4 - ninjabadger ONLINE (07/23/2013) [-]
Hell yes.
Hell yes.
#30 to #4 - anon (07/24/2013) [-]
hell yes? you mean you applaud teachers who make kids sit quietly for forty minutes of study session? you agree with someone who loves to push people in a direction they do not want to go? I have two things to say. #1 a teacher is nothing but an expensive baby sitter, Home school students statistically have a better chance of success in life due to the fact that they don't have cunts bullying them(the teacher). My sister was in an accident this year, rendering her home bound for 7 months, She was able to complete an entire year of school within three months. She was able to do so because she completed the necessary amount of work without dealing with the ******** that teachers assign. They have nothing better do all day. I will also tell you that as a university student studying aerospace engineering, I learn more by sitting in the library teaching my self that sitting in front of a proff while he explains a processes once and moves on.
#31 to #30 - anon (07/24/2013) [-]
same anon, I will say there are some teachers who are passionate about what they do, but I still refuse to give them credit because they do not push to change the education system, they would rather take their paycheck and run home like little pussys, a characteristic that is relevant in many teachers, due to the fact that they are cradle to grave, with zero motivation or experience with the real world of work
#92 to #31 - fabbethefirst (07/24/2013) [-]
How can I be delicate about this? Hmmm? "You are a ******* moron"
#100 to #92 - anon (07/24/2013) [-]
I will admit I was harsh and reactionary, and I should not blame this on teachers. The American education system is complete **** , but I have had too many experiences with bad teachers. My mother is a teacher and I have ADD(or what they diagnose to kids for being kids). I was always being failed as a child or kept getting low C's, but my teachers used to call me a walking encyclopedia. I hated school because no matter what I did, I could not conform to what they wanted, I could not sit for hours to leanr how to take a test. I hate school because we are not learnign anything useful, we are leaning how to take a standardized test. I would like to share a quick statistic provided by the NYLF, 25% of highschool students are prepared for college. That is sad, if our education system put LOGIC and THINKING ahead of passing their state test, I think we might not have problems such as these. I understand how my comments came to sound ignorant, but I hope you understand, I become furious cont..
#154 to #100 - skaffanl (07/24/2013) [-]
I agree with you totally, most students are but a number to the school. But I think you shouldn't blame the teachers but those above them. At least here in the Netherlands it is so that the teachers have nothing to say about how education works they just teach the children. They can't change standardized exams or something. I know because a few years ago our government decided to change the amount of hours you as a student had to be present and many teachers went for a strike but it never worked in the end.
#156 to #154 - anon (07/24/2013) [-]
Fellow dutch here. It's true there was a mayor strike, but the problem in our country is that there aren't much teachers around. If they would strike, lots of children would be sitting weeks at home doing nothing, just like what happened in denmark some months ago. Eventually gratuation students can do a year all over again, and then we get a big strike from students, like a couple of years ago (which was actually also about the change of amount of hours a student had to be present, but then the students went to strike. Heck, I remember standing on top of a citybus before the cops showed themselves... Good times, I wish students nowadays had the nerves to launch strikes like those, that they seize their own future and make it a whole lot better )
#161 to #156 - anon (07/24/2013) [-]
Sometimes they do Here in Denmark however, the teachers have an unofficial second role, and that is representing the opinions of their students, much like politicians.

Because children have near zero political power, the students tell their teachers what they fell about the school, how they can improve and such things. The teachers then go to meetings in the local "kommuner", which you can think of as a small-scale state, where they discuss school politics to help the students.
#168 to #161 - anon (07/24/2013) [-]
That really sounds nice, I wish they would introduce a system like that in other countries as well. If only then every school would be honest enough to listen to their students in the end, instead of trying to earn money from what students pay every year. Sure they get paid from the government for every graduated student, but at the same time a student pay more when he doesn't pass. In the end, they don't care about it anyways =/
#101 to #100 - anon (07/24/2013) [-]
when I see this type of content, so I do apologise

Thank you

#231 to #31 - anon (07/24/2013) [-]
And I would like for all of you to know that I am a big FAGGOT
#158 to #30 - anon (07/24/2013) [-]
Same annon...

On the subject of you learning more from sitting in the library....
Well, thats because of the fact, that the school is counting on you to go over what you learned in each class, on your own. If you don't belive me, look up the schools goals for your study.

And thats not only aero engineering, thats all studies above highschool that require you to do that.
#155 to #30 - anon (07/24/2013) [-]
First off, homeschooling is nearely impossible for ALOT of people. Firstly, people have to work, so they cant't teach their children before the evening at best, and even then, if they do that, they have no time for themselve.
The rich few can ofcourse afford a home tutor, but that is the very few.

Sitting quiet for 40 min, is oftentime necessary for the majority of the class, to complete the subject at hand.

Generally, the vast majority og grade schoolers have NO clue about what they want to be in the adult life. And if they do, often times it's something like "doctor" or "astronaut", which both require you to complete exams of the subjects taught in the schools(you can still get a home school kid a private exam with the same subjects).

Also, ofc you can achive faster results at studying at home, because A you have more time, B you can concentrate on one subject for several hours or days, and C they have access to the internet for help(which they REALLY need grant all students)
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User avatar #272 to #17 - daentraya (07/24/2013) [-]
I had a teacher who said tardigrades don't count as animals, and then implied they were bacteria, and that they were jellyfish or something. I know she wasnt the biology teacher, but such an old lady should've at least picked up the most basic of taxonomy, instead of disregarding tardigrades as an animal when i had given her a small assignment on the dahm things..
#48 to #17 - isenseven (07/24/2013) [-]
Not all Priests are rapists, not all cops are bad, not all artists do it for the money, not all politicians do it for greed.

Each group of people have their positives and negatives, you can't judge a group of people by their weakest links.
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User avatar #60 to #59 - isenseven (07/24/2013) [-]
Not really, there have been a lot of people leaving, mainly the children. It's not their fault that they're brainwashed from when they're young. However the adults, yeah they're assholes.
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User avatar #330 to #48 - rieskimo (07/24/2013) [-]
I can't speak for your experience and my own personal experience is dated, but what I can say is that GOOD teachers are all too rare.

Where I am we pay a lot towards education(unfortunately most of the people here are too stupid to realize that the teachers don't get all of that education money) and we get seemingly nothing out of what we pay for. So teaching is kind of a hot and touchy subject. I had many good teachers, but they were outnumbered by the apathetic and impotent teachers. I mean, even in gym GYM where they're pretty much expected to just throw a ball around they were apathetic and didn't do the meager subjects that were assigned.

I feel lucky to have the good and great teachers that I did get, but I felt very cheated for the ****** and apathetic teachers I got as well. In the end I know it was me that was responsible for the work, I just feel that with a staff that even seemed to give a damn about the student population I would have at least felt a little more like school-work had some impact or was worth doing.

Obligatory Jeff Bliss
Student stands up to lazy teacher @ Duncanville, TX High School

tl;dr There are good and great teachers, but there are as many and more bad/apathetic teachers.
#14 - professorfj (07/24/2013) [-]
MFW this post
#84 - defacedcreeper (07/24/2013) [-]
The sad part is, there are nearly no teachers like this
The sad part is, there are nearly no teachers like this
User avatar #87 to #84 - whipptron (07/24/2013) [-]
That's because Teachers get paid like **** , and people with real talent go to other careers because of that.
#159 to #87 - anon (07/24/2013) [-]
Or they work as janitors...
User avatar #334 to #84 - hokeymon ONLINE (07/24/2013) [-]
I got one during my highschool years. She was my chemistry teacher and I failed but got a remedial class during summer and aced it with flying colors. Almost everyone hated her but I think she just wants everyone to past with good grades.
User avatar #103 to #84 - muchasmarcos (07/24/2013) [-]
Well they are either due to retire or have to deal with gang violence in schools.
Thanks America.
Private highschools ruined the education systems worldwide.
User avatar #139 to #103 - ssjkirby (07/24/2013) [-]
How have private highschools ruined the education systems?
User avatar #303 to #139 - rhiaanor (07/24/2013) [-]
Public schools pay less because they have to so they lose good teachers. I know that happened with my favorite teacher who I never even had the chance to be taught by. 'Twas a sad day indeed.
User avatar #308 to #303 - ssjkirby (07/24/2013) [-]
Private schools pay teachers about $10K-15K less.
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Teachers go to private schools to be around good students.
User avatar #310 to #308 - rhiaanor (07/24/2013) [-]
Well, that at least wasnt the case with my teacher, he admitted he left to teach at a private school for a better pay, and I honestly don't blame him. But things differ anyways, he did move like 6 sstates over.
#164 to #139 - anon (07/24/2013) [-]
A. They paid teachers more, giving the rescoursefull students the best education, and leaving the already weak students, with lesser education.

B. Only the rescoursefull people can send their students to private highschools, concentrating the weak students in public schools, which giive same effect as USA's useless prison system, where they go out weaker than they where to begin with.

So basically, what private highschools do, is essentially dividing the population is "Elite" and "Weak" AND making it easier for the elite to stay in power, and hardser for the weak to get in power.
This is basically how society worked in the Dark Ages... GZ on going 800 years back in history society wise.
User avatar #288 to #164 - muchasmarcos (07/24/2013) [-]
That modell spread from the USA during the 1930-s again.
What's wrong with wanting high standards in public schools (the asians did it).
They don't need the best equipement but give them securitty and better wages.
It's really a shame to see some of the former top schools in my country deterioate thanks to private highschools opening everywhere and the educational berau lowering the standards.
User avatar #174 to #164 - ssjkirby (07/24/2013) [-]
A. Well I went to a private high school in America and I know for a fact that the teachers are paid much less than public school teachers. (If you don't believe me look at the link below). However, private schools do tend to attract better teachers, because the teachers don't have to deal with as many assholes (they get expelled) and private schools are more lenient on education requirements for their teachers. You need to login to view this link

B. Private schools do have better students, but I believe putting good students together is beneficial to their development. Classes often have to slow down to the slowest students in the class.
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I went to public middle school. Since I put a little bit of effort into my studies I actually learned things and by the time I was in private school I was better prepared than most of the other students.
Neither of my parents had money in their families as kids, but they both grew up to be successful by taking advantage of college scholarships and such.
#51 - spacetequila (07/24/2013) [-]
#291 to #51 - magikarpisgod (07/24/2013) [-]
And I make them spell, over and over and over again, thinking, this time it's gonna be different. No no no no please, this time it's gonna be different.
User avatar #171 to #51 - jonnyfunk (07/24/2013) [-]
User avatar #297 to #171 - magicalsteve (07/24/2013) [-]
That's a different word
User avatar #352 to #340 - lip (07/25/2013) [-]
I didn't realize that I got so many thumbs on that post...

Oh hi I'm the guy you mentioned.
User avatar #354 to #352 - jonnyfunk (07/25/2013) [-]
hi guy! i remember you explaining why you made that account

so... how much does this account get mentioned?
User avatar #356 to #355 - jonnyfunk (07/25/2013) [-]
i guess it can be entertaining to read some of these usernames...
*********** , majormoron etc.
#362 to #356 - shitforluck ONLINE (07/25/2013) [-]
First time i've been summoned.. therefore you get one wish that i may or may not make happen
User avatar #363 to #362 - jonnyfunk (07/25/2013) [-]
mention me while rolling a picture on some random content.
User avatar #357 to #356 - majormoron (07/25/2013) [-]
You wot m8?
#358 to #357 - jonnyfunk (07/25/2013) [-]
**jonnyfunk rolled a random image posted in comment #169 at By far the best cosplay at SD ComicCon **
n-nothing, major!
User avatar #359 to #358 - majormoron (07/25/2013) [-]
that's more like it.
User avatar #360 to #359 - jonnyfunk (07/25/2013) [-]
**jonnyfunk rolled user sunnyday **
this guy made me do it
User avatar #361 to #360 - majormoron (07/25/2013) [-]
Well he has some explaining to do then.
User avatar #342 to #340 - magicalsteve (07/24/2013) [-]
Oh I get it. My bad
User avatar #56 to #51 - aglet (07/24/2013) [-]
At first I thought you were making a grammatical statement about the usage of "they."

I think I like what you did more.
#54 to #52 - spacetequila (07/24/2013) [-]
#55 to #54 - spacetequila (07/24/2013) [-]
Wake up, FJ.
#179 - dmenol (07/24/2013) [-]
out of years of taking classes and going to school in 3 different countries/states, there are very.. i repeat VERY! few teachers that made that difference, and even cared when you were failing a subject...
User avatar #240 to #179 - guanyu ONLINE (07/24/2013) [-]
I hate teachers without passion.
User avatar #252 to #179 - comexx (07/24/2013) [-]
Honestly, we had about five bad teachers in our school, and only two of them had teached us. Every other teacher was very supportive and helpful, we learned more than we had to, but we wanted to, they gave us many advice on life and made learning fun for us. I don't know how teachers taught you in your school, but I guess we were really lucky.
#320 to #179 - mistafishy (07/24/2013) [-]
I teach kids the way of God in my spare time as a volunteer thing and I can say firsthand that there are indeed teachers without passion.   
Those first graders are doomed.
I teach kids the way of God in my spare time as a volunteer thing and I can say firsthand that there are indeed teachers without passion.

Those first graders are doomed.
User avatar #184 to #179 - thelastamerican (07/24/2013) [-]
Most teachers don't care because they didn't really want to be a teacher in the first place.
#224 to #184 - dmenol (07/24/2013) [-]
sadly that is true...
#2 - insanefreak ONLINE (07/23/2013) [-]
As a teacher, I can only applaud this.
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#331 to #2 - anon (07/24/2013) [-]
I would become a teacher too, all this sounds awesome.
But I ******* hate children. And teenagers. And humans in general.
#5 to #2 - karmakoala (07/23/2013) [-]
Do you mind me asking UK or US? I actually really want to go into teaching.
#72 to #5 - insanefreak ONLINE (07/24/2013) [-]
Belgian, actually.
#8 to #5 - anon (07/23/2013) [-]
shouldnt really matter.
#9 to #8 - karmakoala (07/24/2013) [-]
It kind of does; teaching qualifications vary over nations.

So yes it does matter.
#151 to #2 - anon (07/24/2013) [-]
As a student, I'd be scared to know my teacher's name on an internet image board is "insanefreak".
User avatar #21 - reaperssprint (07/24/2013) [-]
That's all well and good, but that only applies to teachers that take pride in their work. Not the ones who got through college on average grades and basically only teach because they thought it would be an easy choice.
#66 - bronywhat (07/24/2013) [-]
I wish my teachers gave at least half this many 			*****		 when I was in high school. Public schools ftw.
I wish my teachers gave at least half this many ***** when I was in high school. Public schools ftw.
#177 - localcatbarber (07/24/2013) [-]
This kid grew up to become God.
User avatar #181 to #177 - waterbottlemanboy (07/24/2013) [-]
Jim Carrey taught me how to memorise the correct spelling for that word.
User avatar #145 - funnyjunkforlife ONLINE (07/24/2013) [-]
10/10 like skyrim with teachers
would read again and get the dlc
#3 - anon (07/23/2013) [-]
Poetic and damn true.

I had a lot of trouble with chemistry, had to do an entry exam for university. Thanks to a teacher making videos on youtube in his spare time, just to explain chemistry to those who want to learn. Dedicating his own free time, just to help.

Well that guy really helped me so much. And he doesnt make a single penny from these videos.
User avatar #149 to #3 - camdonwin (07/24/2013) [-]
Unless he monetizes.
User avatar #273 to #3 - daentraya (07/24/2013) [-]
Gotta love educational videos. CrashCourse is good for all the chemistry i didnt get taught due to absolutely terrible slow and stupid teaching on the subject, which only result was to teach me how much i hate my classmates and the way they drain every enthusiasm out of the subject. CrashCource is just delicious
User avatar #245 - empithree ONLINE (07/24/2013) [-]
met only 1 teacher like this in my entire lifetime.
And i was the only student in the entire class to respect him instead of fearing or wishing him dead. This generation of people in Rome is **** .
User avatar #257 to #245 - guanyu ONLINE (07/24/2013) [-]
You did let him know, right?
I had a good teacher too. Well several actually, but this one stood out. She was my Dutch teacher, she had a passion for teaching like I've never seen before. When a student was failing she would set them straight. If a student was doing well she would make them do better.
Because of her I now know when a verb ends with a d or a t. (It's a Dutch thing)
I finished a book for the first time and even a second.
Because of her, I'm not afraid of my dyslexia anymore. She showed me that you can get a lot done even if you have dyslexia. Like being a Dutch teacher for example.
She once gave the slackers a good speech in the middle of class. She told them that while they're slacking, other potential students who were turned down are sitting at home wishing they could attend her class. They actually got their act together.
She is a great teacher. Maybe even the greatest.
#298 to #257 - empithree ONLINE (07/24/2013) [-]
I can't say i agree with that last statement.
#309 to #298 - guanyu ONLINE (07/24/2013) [-]
#238 - ohokay (07/24/2013) [-]
I make more money than you.
#13 - guildor (07/24/2013) [-]
Related to the content and what I feel about it
Related to the content and what I feel about it
#293 - alltipswelcome (07/24/2013) [-]
Made me think of all the awesome teachers ive had. The ones who are meant to be teachers. I enjoyed this.
Made me think of all the awesome teachers ive had. The ones who are meant to be teachers. I enjoyed this.
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