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Vanster 07-18-2021 07:23

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Originally Posted by Mitchdubai (Post 19357146)
My niece is a teacher in Qatar.

Dhukan is where I learned to read and write, I was 4 when I started there.

Denver 07-18-2021 08:02

Brother is a teacher..
In Finland it means university degree (5-years) to teach primary/elementary school.

Could be the reason our kids fare quite well in school (according to PISA).

ArakAtak 07-18-2021 08:03

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Originally Posted by Mitchdubai (Post 19357153)
Yeah private school is definitely the way forward. It's probably depriving me of my Aston Martin for another cuppla years, every silver lining has a ****ing cloud.

**** - tell me about it :cry: it could otherwise be a very nice months holiday anywhere in the world every year.

only another 8 years to go before university kicks in

Mitchdubai 07-18-2021 09:09

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Originally Posted by ArakAtak (Post 19357161)
**** - tell me about it :cry: it could otherwise be a very nice months holiday anywhere in the world every year.

only another 8 years to go before university kicks in

One starting Uni this year, another one with 3 years of school to do. Budget of around $300k to cover that lot. Christ the cars and holidays I could have.

HardDrive 07-18-2021 09:43

the most lucrative activity of the past 20 years is being bailed out of making speculative investments so bad it almost collapses the economy, but I blame the schoolteachers

Amadeus 07-18-2021 10:32

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Originally Posted by Denver (Post 19357160)
Brother is a teacher..
In Finland it means university degree (5-years) to teach primary/elementary school.

Could be the reason our kids fare quite well in school (according to PISA).

don't they also get paid actually decently as opposed to the US?

LGBR 07-18-2021 10:56

i taught elementary and jr high school social studies in korea and i taught english at all levels in japan

i even worked as a university english professor for a year and spent 3 years teaching cadets at japan's air force officer candidate school

teaching the korean kids actually felt a lot more impactful bc we were studying things like european colonization and expansion and they had a lot of questions about their own country being split in 2. i did my best to keep it as factual as possible and tell them that the entirety of human history is violence, struggle, and survival of the fittest and/or luckiest and if they want to thrive then they have to be prepared to be better than the people who don't want them to thrive.

in japan i was never in a position to guide the students beyond short historical notes pertaining to language development except to the soldiers. they were all more or less adults - 20-25 years old - and mostly wanted to know how they could revive japanese nationalism in a culture that abandoned patriotism in 1945. i told them that it didnt matter what anyone in japan thought because china already made up their mind to destroy japan so they could either get on board or die.

Pagy 07-18-2021 11:16

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Originally Posted by Smiling Canadian (Post 19356942)
I was kind of thinking this morning...do you all feel any sense of responsibility for the crop of mostly worthless human beings you helped **** out on to society over the last 20 years or so? Do you feel bad for pushing an agenda as opposed to actually helping kids learn the skills to be decent human beings?

Congratulations on creating a whole new group of people that will for the most part always be reliant on social programs to survive.

i think about the boomer teachers that taught my generation and it all started with those goddamn participation trophies

Pagy 07-18-2021 11:22

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Originally Posted by Vanster (Post 19357040)
It's always fun in TW to see how a question for schoolteachers is answered by people that were never school teachers. The trailer parks are so bloodthirsty to give their opinion about education until asked about why trailer park inhabitants are stupid. I'm going to guess the 25 people here will push this thread 20 pages.*













* And because I responded in the way I did, this thread will become about me. The great thing is I won't ever know it because I am trying not to click on threads with really stupid questions.

we spend every workday, outside summer, for 12+ years with teachers.

I havent had sour milk every day for over 12 years but i have an opinion about it. Maybe people have opinions about education because we***8217;re all touched by it.











Get it

Amadeus 07-18-2021 11:48

Quote:

Originally Posted by LGBR (Post 19357188)
i taught elementary and jr high school social studies in korea and i taught english at all levels in japan

i even worked as a university english professor for a year and spent 3 years teaching cadets at japan's air force officer candidate school

teaching the korean kids actually felt a lot more impactful bc we were studying things like european colonization and expansion and they had a lot of questions about their own country being split in 2. i did my best to keep it as factual as possible and tell them that the entirety of human history is violence, struggle, and survival of the fittest and/or luckiest and if they want to thrive then they have to be prepared to be better than the people who don't want them to thrive.

in japan i was never in a position to guide the students beyond short historical notes pertaining to language development except to the soldiers. they were all more or less adults - 20-25 years old - and mostly wanted to know how they could revive japanese nationalism in a culture that abandoned patriotism in 1945. i told them that it didnt matter what anyone in japan thought because china already made up their mind to destroy japan so they could either get on board or die.

gg teaching kids to perpetuate the cycle of violence and struggle instead of cooperating for the common good :bigthumb:

clu 07-18-2021 11:53

ha

edit-in general terms and not in direct reply

Reggs 07-18-2021 13:27

Steve Bannon said this CRT thing is going to explode in August when a lot of schools will first start on the curriculum and all moms who are not very political or right wing will know what it is.

Denver 07-18-2021 13:29

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Originally Posted by Amadeus (Post 19357185)
don't they also get paid actually decently as opposed to the US?

Decently yes, good no.
but they do have massive vacations, like 10-12 weeks in the summer.

Pagy 07-18-2021 13:29

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Originally Posted by Amadeus (Post 19357193)
gg teaching kids to perpetuate the cycle of violence and struggle instead of cooperating for the common good :bigthumb:

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ez5277mX...jpg&name=small

Vanster 07-18-2021 13:44

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Originally Posted by Pagy (Post 19357191)

Get it

Got it. <3

HardDrive 07-18-2021 13:45

well if they manage to teach crt at the same level as everything else you guys have nothing to worry about

uno 07-18-2021 13:58

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Originally Posted by Amadeus (Post 19357193)
gg teaching kids to perpetuate the cycle of violence and struggle instead of cooperating for the common good :bigthumb:

:lol: ya lagbr, how dare you teach them the truth. You should only be filling them with nonsensical fairy tale endings that have no basis in history or reason. Because evil is something that can be wished away.

Edofnor 07-18-2021 15:30

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Originally Posted by Vanster (Post 19357156)
Dhukan is where I learned to read and write, I was 4 when I started there.

they've rebranded

it's Dunkin' now

clu 07-18-2021 15:37

On the playground was where I spent most of my days
Chillin' out maxin' relaxin' all cool
And all shootin some b-ball outside of the school

lemontw 07-18-2021 16:09

Quote:

Originally Posted by Vanster (Post 19357040)
The great thing is I won't ever know it because I am trying not to click on threads with really stupid questions.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Vanster (Post 19357156)
Dhukan is where I learned to read and write, I was 4 when I started there.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Vanster (Post 19357210)
Got it. <3

ur doing it wrong


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