falloutz0ne17 karma2016-12-25 18:46:50 UTC
Did you talk to any current teachers in your state before deciding on being a teacher?
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falloutz0ne6 karma2016-12-25 21:20:22 UTC
How early into your college career did you commit to going into teaching?
falloutz0ne4 karma2016-12-25 22:27:35 UTC
because this is an AMA, I'll come out with this one:
Did anyone ever say to you: "you need to find out more about education as a working environment before you commit to that as a career path."
Like, did anyone at your university or anything advise you to find out about things like.... all the things you didn't know wouldn't suit you about teaching?
I considered being a teacher at one point, and then spoke to 2 people who were currently teaching, and based on what they said and what I knew about myself, I decided against it.
I just wonder why no one advised you to actually examine the teaching environment/talk to 2 or 3 actual teachers in your area before committing to education as a career.
falloutz0ne1 karma2016-12-25 02:23:35 UTC
What do you have to do to learn how to be an actual KK donut... baker?
falloutz0ne1 karma2016-12-25 03:19:06 UTC
What are the ratios of yeast, water and flour?
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