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11 Things To Know If Your Partner Is A Teacher
Follow Shoe! The following article was written by Lauren Romano for Shine from Yahoo! Step up your game and go for it ladies! Listen to Lauren! End of list. Considering they work with kids on a daily basis, most teachers you meet are going to get along well with kids. I do love kids of all ages, always have. They make me laugh.
First and foremost, a teacher's job is to impart knowledge to his students. So it's like they are professional communicators. He'll be able to explain things to you clearly and if you don't get it at first, he'll know how to explain it to you differently. They have a wealth of information stored in that big, juicy, brains of theirs.
That makes them a pretty solid choice for a life partner. But before you settle down with someone who teaches, there are some things you need to know. Below, educators from around the country share 11 very important pointers. During breaks of any type long weekends, winter, spring or summer breaks do not initiate school talk unless the teacher brings it up first. We need these breaks to decompress from the rigors of dealing with different personalities who are all trying to be grown.
I’m a Male Teacher Surrounded by Women. But Please Don’t Call Me a Victim of Sexism
The conversation surrounding gender discrepancies in workplaces and universities often focuses on STEM — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — because these are high-paying fields in which women typically lag men in both representation and advancement. There is far less attention paid to similar or greater disparities in other disciplines. The pattern is similar in my own country, Canada, and in the wider Western world more generally. In regard to skilled occupations that women dominate — such as accounting, nutrition, pharmacy, physical therapy, psychology, veterinary medicine, social work and nursing — advocacy groups fighting for equal representation tend to fall mute. My own field, education, also features a striking gender imbalance.