Teaching a Child Is Like Mentally Retarded

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@Shavkat (42860)
Philippines
September 22, 2016 10:13am CST
Whenever I teach a child, I feel like a having mental retardation. It takes a lot of patience and literally said, nosebleed during the class session. I must admit that it is not forte. But I am a good performer in teaching all types of students. Being flexible is what I am holding on to this kind of venture. At the end of the day, I always think that I’ve done my best in teaching the students. Image Credit: pixabay.com
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@Hatley (152121)
• Garden Grove, California
22 Sep
Good for yo u when you have done your best,thats all anyone can do lol
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@Shavkat (42860)
• Philippines
22 Sep
It drains all my energy after.lol
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@Hatley (152121)
• Garden Grove, California
22 Sep
@Shavkat you sound like a reallygood teacher I do not have the patience required lol lol
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@Shavkat (42860)
• Philippines
26 Sep
@Hatley I am just a good performer.
@Loverabbit (1281)
• San Francisco, California
22 Sep
Thats a good sign to accept challenges and yea you are right it takes forte to deal with minors and their bzzzz but when they grow they always remember their best professor..... probably yes it is very difficult to get down to their level too but the buzzing is the problem that eats my brain too besides....I just love kids
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@Shavkat (42860)
• Philippines
22 Sep
I do agree on that. I think it is also a good preparation if I am going to have my own child in the future.
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• San Francisco, California
22 Sep
@Shavkat for sure man it is going to develop your abilities for not only patience but for child care and mentoring
@OneOfMany (9169)
• United States
22 Sep
When teaching a child I wonder how many of my dark arts I can pass on so they retain the information of true destruction and may grow to become one of my official minions later in life. :P
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@Shavkat (42860)
• Philippines
22 Sep
They would love that. Some children are becoming monsters due to addiction to computer games.
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@OneOfMany (9169)
• United States
22 Sep
@Shavkat I was talking to a 10-year-old 2 years ago at a christmas party and we were talking about fire and explosives and all kinds of good pyrotechnics. I taught her a bunch of things, and she was really interested. I taught myself a lot of things and then learned from certain cookbooks about the rest. It's good to share knowledge and let that generation decide whether to use it or not.
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@MALUSE (28704)
• Denmark
7 Oct
I was a teacher for 40 years. I never felt mentally retarded.
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@Shavkat (42860)
• Philippines
8 Oct
I guess it is really your call to be a teacher. I must admit that teaching children are not my cup of tea. But I don't have a choice since it was booked classes by kiddos.
@snowy22315 (29917)
• United States
22 Sep
Hmm that is kind of a negative way to put it, but I know what you mean
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@Shavkat (42860)
• Philippines
22 Sep
It appeared to be negative but I took it as a big challenge.
@marguicha (76244)
• Chile
22 Sep
Whenever I teach a child, I wonder how easy it is for them to learn.
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@Shavkat (42860)
• Philippines
22 Sep
That's nice. I wish I can sustain my patience.