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    (Original post by C0balt)
    Oh really, glad to hear that haha
    Do you appreciate it when students tell you that they like you (not in sexual way) and you're a great teacher?

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    Yeah I haven't been complimented often (I suppose they don't want to be considered a teacher's pet) but I really appreciate it if I get one. We have self esteems too.
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    (Original post by Motorbiker)
    If you emailed [email protected] and knew the email address /DOB on the orignal account we could get that back for you. :holmes:
    Thanks for the advice. It's probably a bit late now, though, as I've probably got more identity with this account now than my old one.

    (Original post by Serena20)
    I find that i can have a decent conversation with very few teachers (maybe three?) the rest aren't really open to it, very short and blunt answers and they seem disinterested so i tend to leave those ones alone


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    They might just be really busy or really shy? I can imagine I'm quite blunt sometimes if I've got half a dozen things on my mind and only 4 hours sleep the night before!
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    (Original post by zazalla.)
    Are teachers *****y about each other and students
    Yes! Other teachers mainly, though. Maths are very *****y about Science and English but I imagine they're the same about us too.
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    Yeah I haven't been complimented often (I suppose they don't want to be considered a teacher's pet) but I really appreciate it if I get one. We have self esteems too.
    Ah nice to hear that as well because I sent thank you emails to teachers from this year as they've all been my favourite teachers in their respective subjects. I thought I was going too far but I hope they think like you as well hahaha It sucks they're not going to write my references though...I hope I can get the new teachers at new school on my side hahahaha

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    Are you sad that Michael Gove has gone?
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    (Original post by Hachik0)
    Are you sad that Michael Gove has gone?
    No! :cool:
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    Yes! Other teachers mainly, though. Maths are very *****y about Science and English but I imagine they're the same about us too.
    Do male teachers ***** too lol are you male or female
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    No! :cool:
    Why?
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    What's the most high pressure situation , you've found yourself in?
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    They might just be really busy or really shy? I can imagine I'm quite blunt sometimes if I've got half a dozen things on my mind and only 4 hours sleep the night before!
    They could be yeah but if i feel like i could be annoying them, making them uncomfortable or that they just really don't want to speak to me then it puts me off trying again because it isn't nice to keep being shunned

    My group of friends assume it's because they "hate us" as a group, although i think that's a bit dramatic, I've noticed that some of the teachers are more open to talking if i don't have certain people around me but even then, it's not very much



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    (Original post by zazalla.)
    Do male teachers ***** too lol are you male or female
    I'm male and yes we do *****.

    (Original post by Hachik0)
    Why?
    I don't know everything about him but he seemed like a controlling jerk. He rushed through changes with little to no warning (e.g. resits at GCSE no longer count for the school's figures).
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    I'm male and yes we do *****.



    I don't know everything about him but he seemed like a controlling jerk. He rushed through changes with little to no warning (e.g. resits at GCSE no longer count for the school's figures).
    How can you make a judgement on somebody that you don't know much about. Anyway, that aside, what is your opinion on the Finish school system?
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    What subject do you teach?
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    (Original post by TSR Mustafa)
    What's the most high pressure situation , you've found yourself in?
    The pressure of getting good results is the biggest pressure.
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    (Original post by Hachik0)
    How can you make a judgement on somebody that you don't know much about. Anyway, that aside, what is your opinion on the Finish school system?
    It's amazing but I know that Finnish culture also plays a massive part in their success. Here in England, those that work hard are labelled as 'keenos' whereas in Finland it's perfectly acceptable to be successful.

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    What subject do you teach?
    Maths
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    It's amazing but I know that Finnish culture also plays a massive part in their success. Here in England, those that work hard are labelled as 'keenos' whereas in Finland it's perfectly acceptable to be successful.



    Maths
    Cool wow maths. So are you a new teacher that is new to teaching or have you been teaching for quite a while?
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    It's amazing but I know that Finnish culture also plays a massive part in their success. Here in England, those that work hard are labelled as 'keenos' whereas in Finland it's perfectly acceptable to be successful.



    Maths
    Yeah i agree. Best thing is that kids don't start primary school till much later which makes sense due to the fact that a child's brain is only properly capable of learning and taking things in at around 7 i think it was. Correct me if i am wrong though =)
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    How old are you
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    I'm male and yes we do *****.
    Lol i could not ***** at work, if they ***** to you theyll ***** about you haha
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    (Original post by studentscience04)
    How old are you
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