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Personal finance
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bethos30 wrote:


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bethos30 wrote:

I actually was a high school math teacher :p


Cool. Would you teach it again?


No, I like making lots of money as a business owner.


What business do you own?
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Spanish
It is my dream.
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i am a teacher

i teach all the things
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i am a teacher

i teach all the things


Don't you teach preschoolers?
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Physics or math. I'm currently a TA for physics at my university so I can apply myself to that area.

Electronics or Engineering would be fun though. I personally enjoyed those classes in highschol. It's really teaching Ohm's Law and how to solve circuits lol.
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Japanglish.
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Physics or math. I'm currently a TA for physics at my university so I can apply myself to that area.

Electronics or Engineering would be fun though. I personally enjoyed those classes in highschol. It's really teaching Ohm's Law and how to solve circuits lol.


Sounds complicated but I'm glad you like it.
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Japanglish.


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History. Proper history.
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History. Proper history.


Not the history found in text books?
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I am a teacher, been doing it for many years.
Subjects:
fashion design
graphic design
character design
visual communications
textile design

It's been my experience that being good at a subject is only part of what makes someone good at it. Of course, it helps. I run into many of my "B" level students who have done quite well for themselves, this is because they persevered or they had more realistic goals. People who tend towards perfectionism may overshoot their expectations or just not ever finish on time.
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qualeshia3 wrote:


Daisuki-Suki wrote:

Physics or math. I'm currently a TA for physics at my university so I can apply myself to that area.

Electronics or Engineering would be fun though. I personally enjoyed those classes in highschol. It's really teaching Ohm's Law and how to solve circuits lol.


Sounds complicated but I'm glad you like it.


It's really not complicated. I find electronics/math/engineering practice and every big problem can be turned into a smaller and doable one.

Physics might be a little hard to pick up (hell I'm not even good at it), basically if you understand the concept, you can solve any variation of it.

It's always. What do have? What can I figure out? How can I make sense of this problem with my given information. I think it's the little mistakes inbetween the problem solving process that makes it hard. Since if you screw up in the middle somewhere, it's hard to carry out the problem and people feel demoralize.
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World History because it is fun to learn and I am great at it.
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Biology. I have a degree in it and have contemplated teaching.
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Instead of teaching a class can I be a librarian. I was a librarian's aide for my last two years in high school and it was awesome.
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