I already did you big dummy. You posted that exact same thing in another thread. Some teachers mind you have.<quoted text>
You want to correct something- respond to this:
Tell me about the "real world" of the teacher. Did you ever teach a day? Do you know anything about teaching? Were you a former teacher who couldn't stand the fire? Tell me about all the easy times a teacher has during the day? What makes teaching easy? Tell me how teaching compares to being a chemist? an engineer, a waitress, a lawyer, an accountant, a school secretary, a roofer, a construction worker, a lineman for PPL? Since you know so much about teaching, tells me how easy it is in the "unreal fantasy world of a teacher". What is the day like and how does it end? You must be a knowledgeable person that could make these determinations.
I guess when a teacher has to work with a family that is losing a parent due to an illness, that is the "fake world"? When a teacher has to have a meeting with a parent to tell them their child is not learning and may need to have some kind of assisted learning or repeat the grade? When the teacher has to wear a microphone because a child has a cochlear implant, that is a "fake world". When a teacher has to explain to the parents that the child is learning disabled or mentally retarded, I guess that is the "fake world". I guess when a child comes to school crying and won't tell you why, that is the "fake world". When a student is called out of the room becasue their is a person from Children and Youth there to speak to the child about an abusive situation, that is the "fake world".
Now, there are times when kids do well on a test, or they are excited because it is a birthday or they just got a new pet. These are the good times and I could lists hundred of these events and that is what makes teaching the great job it is. But to use this sickening argument or statement that teachers need to live in the real world is disgusting and quite frankly an ignorant statement.
Here, to make it simple I will post here what I posted there.
"Wow, you are a big cry baby aren't you? Everyone has problems with their jobs. I work as a machinist. I've seen people lose limbs working on the machines. Oh no, you have to deal with children, you should be ashamed of yourself.
I hope you aren't in teaching anymore, you seem to have put your problems in front of your love for teaching, or lack thereof. "