guruclef448 karma2013-02-05 15:16:00 UTC
Now, it is well known that being a teacher is one of the most stressful jobs with not the best pay. Considering that, has there ever been a time where you've felt like just quitting? What keeps you motivated to be a teacher? I ask because i simply can't fathom the kind of patience that teachers have. It's not only the mountains of work or the sadness of seeing someone just not caring about school, but teaching is just an overall really hard thing.
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guruclef447 karma2013-02-04 18:36:09 UTC
I think the awesome part is that this but just one of many examples that you can give me. I also like to believe that people are just naturally selfless and hearing this just brings a smile to my face.
guruclef446 karma2013-02-04 18:16:00 UTC
Was there ever a scene that just renewed your faith in humanity?
guruclef442 karma2013-02-01 18:37:05 UTC
How is it that organisms can become resistant to antibiotics yet we don't develop a stronger resistance to said organisms?
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