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Date Posted: 17:29:24 02/11/14 Tue
Author: Caroline
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Subject: Re: You can stick teaching ...
In reply to: Caroline 's message, "You can stick teaching ..." on 21:11:01 02/07/14 Fri

Hmm, well, all I can say is that I wish I had never thought of becoming a teacher. It has largely been a source of misery. I wish the students I had been teaching had been 'born to wonder, to want, to need to understand everything' - I would have loved that. Unfortunately, they were born to demand that everything should be handed to them on a plate (including the answers to exams!). There was no wonder and no understanding, although plenty of wanting, generally of the 'I want you to go **** yourself'.

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[> [> Re: You can stick teaching ... -- kim, 05:54:16 02/12/14 Wed (cpe-75-85-80-49.socal.res.rr.com/

Yes, that's the problem with too many parents raising their kids as a friend nowadays stead of being an authority figure to them. Tell the nasty brats no on occasion, people.

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[> [> [> Re: You can stick teaching ... -- Caroline, 13:36:12 02/12/14 Wed (5adbc7c5.bb.sky.com/

You're quite right, Kim. They hardly ever hear 'no' or 'that's not acceptable/appropriate'. Too many of them have extraordinarily short attention spans and want instant gratification. It's quite scary, really.

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