What is your ambition? Do you want to be teacher?
October 21, 2007 12:10pm CST
I can say many of my friends don't want to be teacher; what about you? What about your's friends?
22 Oct 07
Well I am a teacher. I think that it is a very nice job to be a teacher. You are always learning while teaching and you can always feel that you are young as you are always dealing with the young senior high school students at the age of seventeen and nineteen. I have made up my mind to be a teacher as always.
21 Oct 07
I'm a pre school teacher, and when my children are a little older i plan to do my teacher training to become a reception teacher. I love kids, they learn so quickly at the first stages and it can be very fun. I know its a lot of work outside the classroom, lots of planning and paper work to get buried under, but it's something i really want to do.
25 Oct 07
I love teaching because of the flexibility of the job. There is less restriction than most jobs, you have more time and it assist greatly in self development. But the beauty of it all is you are helping to shape the destiny of another person and the greatest reward is the everlasting recognition from former students. Most people I know, dont like teaching because of the poor remuneration. But as we say in Nigeria, "the reward of teachers is in heaven"! so do not despair fellow colleagues if you dont get it now, you would get it later.
24 Oct 07
When I was still in pre-school, I had dreamed of becoming a teacher. However, that dream vanished when I was in high school. I realized I couldn't bear teaching; I don't have patience, I hate it when someone couldn't understand something at only one explanation because maybe Im not good in explaining things to others=) Also, I don't want to be confined in the four walls of the classroom
• United States
24 Oct 07
We part homeschool and part public school our kids so I am always in the role of teacher no matter what I am doing with our kids. I enjoy the dual role as sometimes the kids enjoy teasing me asking me, "are you mom or teacher today?"