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#11 - mcstorms (12/14/2012) [+] (9 replies)
class story time
>Be in CAD class
>Talking to friends about/ looking up cosplay
>Teacher walks over
>Oh ****
> Says "you guys into cosplay too?"
> Proceeds to talk about his comic con adventures
> I look up Thor cosplay
>one of the pics is a smoking hot chick
> He says "Take a look at her "
>MFW I realized i have the coolest teacher ever.
User avatar #8 - spearpwi ONLINE (12/14/2012) [-]
A mixture of boring, fun and strict make the best teachers. The key is to know when to be which.
#4 - milchmann ONLINE (12/14/2012) [-]
there is an other kind the awesome one Interresting lessons accutally helps when someone got problems and sometimes makes something special ( watching a film playing a game or a snowball fight )
#19 - anonymous (12/15/2012) [-]
Fun is not always the best thing to have.
When i had a REALLY unreasonably strict teacher, when I gave in work, I'd get it back for just missing a comma.
But I was able to learn and improve on my writing skills.
Without a word of a lie, around about two years ago, I still used the "LOL wuu2? h0w u doin" Sort of typing. And if it weren't for that teacher I'd still be typing like that.
I owe a lot to strict teachers.
User avatar #5 - PedobearLurks (12/14/2012) [+] (1 reply)
I'm sorry but the fun teacher seems more like a bad teacher to me.
The boring and strict teachers will get **** done.
User avatar #3 - dickbewt (12/14/2012) [-]
I remember last school year, our English teacher was amazing.
She'd make us do proper work, but add fun into it. And on the end of term, she'd bring in sweets and stuff, and let us do anything in class.
And she was hot.
User avatar #2 - codyxvasco (12/14/2012) [+] (2 replies)
I've got the worst algebra two teacher.

She tells the class to do 2 problems, sits on the computer for 20 minutes, comes back, gives us the answer, repeats until the class ends, then gives us tests on more challenging variations of what we're doing.
User avatar #9 - thepastryistrue (12/14/2012) [-]
I attended a couple of lectures on educational science. In one of them we were confronted with a little excursus on "The sociology of the teaching proffesion".
The professor said, there are basically four kinds of teachers, based on his own research inside the center for education and teacher's training:
1. The motivated with a high tolerance level.
They get things done and enjoy their job.
2. The motivated with a low tolerance level.
They try and try, but will drop out of their job early.
3. The unmotivated with a hig tolerance level.
They are lazy and don't give a **** about their students.
4. The unmotivated with a low tolerance level.
They don't really do anything and will equally drop out of their job before they're old enough for retirement.

The sad thing is, each group constitutes roundabout 1/4 of all teachers (at least in Germany).
So 50% of the teachers will retire early and call in sick quite often, while 1/4 doesn't do their jobs accurate and only the last 1/4 are actually good teachers.
That is sad.
User avatar #1 - fuzzyballs (12/14/2012) [-]
most of them have a combination of two or more
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