10 Things Teachers Hate Most

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Teaching is my passion..and  you know what? There isn’t any other job out there that I could imagine doing, aside from maybe built my own business.
Teaching is a part of my life. Most teacher agree that :

"Children are all so unique, and being able to watch them grow and progress every day is the best feeling in the world."




1) First day of school

Hahahaha ,..( big grin and laugh) The start of a new school year elicits a lot of feelings, and not just from parents and students.Returning from a mere two-day break from work often brings out a phenomenon known as “the Sunday night blues” – even though we know that teachers spend more time than you think working over the school break, they worry on Sunday nights about the stresses awaiting them on Monday morning. Do teachers love their job? Of course they do!

2)Teacher-students conflict:

Teacher is not an angel. So do the students. sometimes there is a situation when teacher and student can't control the situation and get involved into teacher-students conflict.Below I've listed the sources of conflict.

What Educators Can Do?
With so many factors potentially influencing a student’s behavior and reactions, there is only one thing that is certain: You have the power to control your own behavior. The better able the adults in the building are to stay calm, maintain a professional demeanor and remember that students’ behavioral mistakes are teaching opportunities, the better your school environment will be. Here are a few tips to share with other educators and to use yourself:

  • Power Struggles
  • Grades
  •  Discipline policies
  • Personality conflict
  • Beliefs
  • Backgrounds
  • Problems/stress from home (both teacher and student)
  • Anxiety
  • Testing authority
  • Showing favortitism
  • Control Your Voice
  • Using a soft but firm voice is less inflammatory than a raised voice or sarcastic tone. Speak slowly and calmly.
  • Relax Your Body Language

Keeping a relaxed posture and using non-aggressive body language can also defuse escalating tensions. No pointed fingers, swinging arms or invading personal space
Should you have any concern regarding your conduct towards students, remember an old adage, "when in doubt don't." Act with caution and seek guidance and approval from administrators before taking unilateral action that might be open to unintended

3) Unfinished homework

I was puzzled by the students’ attitudes towards homework.Why these students can't finish their homework? Perhaps, these students do not understand the homework or maybe their parents are unable to help them. Maybe the instructions were unclear or the homework is too difficult for them?

As for teachers too, of course they worried about their own homework. Marking paper, books, do a revision and preparation for the next class, prepare teaching tools, writing lesson plan and so on. so don't you ever dare to ask teacher why they hate unfinished homework.




4) False accusations

As I am a teacher, I do hate students telling lie.Over the past year it has been reported that a student was going to report her teacher was beat her because she "didn't like the grade he gave her." In another frequent example, a student complained that the teacher had "inappropriately" touched her because he required too much homework or had "embarrassed" her by singling her out to respond to a question in class.

Similarly, female teachers find themselves charged with "inappropriate" touching towards both male and female students for a variety of reasons. Coaches and physical education teachers of both genders are particularly vulnerable to such allegations.
So, how do teachers protect themselves from false accusations?

5) Unresponsive students.

As a teacher, you do find from time to time that despite your best efforts in teaching and learning process, you will have those who are simply unresponsive to any of your effort. If you’ve made your best efforts in your presentation  with content and engaging subject lines, but the students do not react ,sometimes it’s will make u die hard!

6)Annoying parents

Sometimes parents are annoying and can be downright stress-inducing at times. Whether you’re dealing with own parents, those of your significant other, or the parents of students in your classroom, it's important to find ways to manage your encounters with them. It’s not easy to deal with irritating parents, and there’s no surefire way to get them to stop aggravating you, but there are steps you can take to manage the annoyance and keep your cool.



7) Excessive jobs and tasks.

"A teacher’s job is not as easy as marking books and chalk and talk. We do more than teach."

Teaching is said to be a form of gift.It may seem easy but not everyone is blessed with that ability. Teaching can go beyond the classroom’s four walls and the wisdom shared may be beneficial for the students in many years to come. But, do you know what really goes on in these unsung heroes' lives? Do you know about the hardships they endure just to see their students soar high in the outside world one day?

As a teacher, you are never completely finished with work.Because teacher couldn’t let go of work and students’ problems, they started to suffer from exhaustion and anxiety attacks and finally diagnosed with burnout.It’s undeniable: The work stress is increasing.

8) Credibility Dispute

According to Hattie, teacher's credibility is vital to learning, and students are very perceptive about ;knowing which teachers can make a difference (Hattie 2012; 251ff).There are four key factors of credibility: trust, competence, dynamism and immediacy.

The teacher's in trouble if  the students disbelieve him.Trust is main the key of credibility. When the students trust you that means they trust on your credibility.You will trapped when students start questioning your credibility as a teacher.

9) Being Observe

In theory, the purpose of the observation process is both a normative and a summative assessment process – to work with the teacher to improve their practice and effectiveness and produce an end year grade as part of the new system. But the truth is  teachers hate to be observed and principals hate to do observations.


10) Calculate the time for the class to end.

The saddest part is class have not begun yet but students have started counting time to go home.

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