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Posted 9/12/14
Elementary: 3rd grade teacher

Middle school: 7/8th grade Science teacher

High School: 12th grade math teacher or 9th/10th Biology teacher

College: My professor for Cisco.
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23 / M / AR
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My art history teacher in my sophomore year was pretty cool.
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-Paul- wrote:


TheGreatHoneyBun wrote:

My art teacher senior year. She was awesome.


My Art teacher tooo, but sophomore year, and after that junior and senior year i had an off period, she would just let me hangout in there and help :D.

/respect Mrs Johns.



My art teacher would let me hangout in her class if I had a free period to.
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27 / M / UK, Liverpool
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Posted 9/12/14 , edited 9/12/14
My science teacher Mrs Tickle, she was as nice as they come and was an excellent person to learn science from... but you didn't wanna mess with her as she had a pair of lungs on her, imagine an older Taiga Aisaka (Toradora) as a science teacher.
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Quite a few. Most of them in the English department. Currently, I'm attending classes at college and one of my English professors looks somewhat like Lilah Parsons mixed with Zooey Deschanel and Siwan Morris.

She's technically not my favorite teacher, currently, but... well... we get along.

As for a one of the favorite teachers that I can recall, it would be my 8th grade English teacher, who (when reading) would always do various accents (even goofy ones like Homer Simpson) to fit the setting/narratotion (etc.) and wasn't afraid to tell kids to shutup if they wouldn't stop talking. Course, he'd do it in various ways, such as when using one of the vocal dictionaries (whatever you call them). For example, he'd be typing out a word, explaining it and such, when someone would disrupt his flow of speech or something along those lines, whereupon he would continue to explain the word but instead of typing out the word he'd type "Shut up _____" or similar and have the vocal dictionary say that.

All with a straight face.
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My 9th grade gym teacher!! he was freaking awesome! Lol we barley did anything in gym ~ XP When we did though it was really fun <33
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When I was doing my English BA, there was one prof that taught all of the fantasy and science fiction courses. I think I must have taken every course I saw that she was teaching, because they would invariably be filled with fellow fantasy/sci-fi fans, and we'd all spend each class just being nerds. It's great being able to discuss the stuff you're interested in with other fans, especially when you've got an expert around to lead the discussion and find interesting titles to examine. I liked virtually all of my university profs, but this one stands out as one that I actually felt like I befriended.
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instinct46 wrote:

My science teacher Mrs Tickle, she was as nice as they come and was an excellent person to learn science from... but you didn't wanna mess with her as she had a pair of lungs on her, imagine an older Taiga Aisaka (Toradora) as a science teacher.


Wow I wouldn't want to make her mad then. I had a sixth grade teacher who if my memory serves correct use to be an opera singer. She could raise her voice very loud. It always got our attention
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shopping_for_noobs wrote:

Though not always nice, Experience is definitely my favorite teacher.

^ This
I have to say your answer here is definitely a great one. I would not have expected someone to say that, but what you said is true.
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My homeroom & ceramics teacher were the best.
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Freshman Year: My English Teacher
Sophomore Year: My Math Teacher
Junior Year: My Earth Science Teacher
Senior Year: My Yearbook Adviser
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Posted 9/14/14
Ooo my favorite teacher would be this math teacher I had back in high school. I really looked up to him as a role-model. He was a tough guy who went through a lot in his life and other than teaching us math, he taught us the importance of making the right choices in life and he'd discipline us if we did something irresponsible in his classroom.
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A really sarcastic and hilarious english teacher. He is also very menacing and if you get in trouble when he's around you'll get shouted at. Literally, everyone my class was scared of him, well I wasn't.
Posted 9/14/14
Math must be the hardest subject to teach for some odd reason. You're given a big curriculum, and there's little time to actually review, you're always moving forward. People get left behind at the pace most math is taught, and there's little time to review it personally with the teacher. This is only exacerbated by the fact that math is the most difficult subject for most people.


All in all, I find for most classes, the most effective way to teach is to have people do something besides general classwork. Lecturing is fine and all, especially history, but I find things like discussion, debate, simulations to be far more effective in cementing knowledge.
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17 / F / Basketball Court
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Posted 9/14/14
I don't have a favourite teacher lol.
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