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13 teachers share 'unpopular opinions' about kids, parents, and their jobs.

13 teachers share 'unpopular opinions' about kids, parents, and their jobs.

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Despite what parents, governments, and compensation packages say, teaching is an important profession.

Teachers from all over the world gather to commiserate on the Subreddit aptly named r/Teachers, and among the interesting threads is a discussion on what unpopular opinions they've developed over years in the classroom.

If you've ever had a teacher, it's a fascinating insight into what it talked about in the teachers' lounge.

1. bboymixer can't convince you that learning is good.

I can't make students want an education. If they don't want to show up or try then I'll focus my attention on the ones that do.


2. booms16 knows that kids aren't the tech wizards we assume they are.

This generation is not the most "tech-saavy." Most cannot solve simple problems themselves. I have heard, "save? Where's that?" Or better yet, citing a search results page as the source.

They know how to point and click. That's it.

Sources: Reddit
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