Things you should know when dating a teacher

Whether it is meeting up with someone from an online dating site, getting set up by one of your best friends or finally having a real date with the guy you tipsily met at the bar, first dates or any dates can be terrifying. You are, however, quite lucky if you end up on a first date with an educator teacher, counselor, administrator, etc. Here are five reasons why:. Most teachers plan their lesson plans with clear objectives in mind: Similarly, when an educator goes on a date, he or she has a clear objective in mind. Educators tend to be inquisitive by nature, which is why their passion is educating others.

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It was a long Sunday; the majority of which had been spent working on an assessment report for one of my students who was struggling in the classroom. I'd spent all afternoon analyzing data and outlining academic goals. I'd planned a dinner date for that evening with a brown-haired, handsome man: We were meeting at Blue Dog, my favorite place to get a burger while hopefully making some sort of connection with whomever sat across the table from me.

We met up, exchanged pleasantries, and sat down. As our conversation turned to our careers, I knew instantly the only thing I'd be enjoying on this date was the burger. As he imparted a running commentary dissecting my job as a resource teacher, I counted the moments until I could return home and never speak to him again. And after reliving this date with many of my teacher friends, we came up with a simple, short list of things to NEVER say to an educator you're out on a date with.

When teachers practice lessons on our own, we do it perfectly. We ensure the lesson covers everything and reaches every student. It's amazing how well lessons go during practice run-throughs. Then, we do that perfectly planned lesson with the students and too often it falls apart. It doesn't matter that we practiced, or that we were sure the lesson plan was perfect.

Some kids will get it immediately and want to move on, some may need it retaught several times Yes, it would be easy to just follow a curriculum if it weren't for those crazy kids. When people say this, I wonder whether they've actually ever babysat. It's been many years since I took that role on, but I'm pretty sure babysitting didn't include teaching someone letter-sound correspondence or what it means to subtract or add.

Babysitting did not include teaching things that aren't in that curriculum I apparently mindlessly follow, like problem-solving or conflict resolution. Babysitting did not involve laying the groundwork so that students will be able to understand new concepts in order to be successful in the next grade. Certainly there's an element of childcare involved in teaching younger grades; though kindergarten teachers definitely do not have it easy, either. Sometimes they have children who have never been in pre-school so not only are they having to learn things like numbers and letters, but also sharing and standing in line.

Yes, standing patiently in line is something that needs to be taught. Yes, a summer off that you don't get paid for. THAT is the dream. It's an unpaid break. The only downside is, of course, needing to eat, pay the electric bill, or use the internet. Oh right -- that's why so many teachers take other jobs during the summer. As for those other "built-in breaks"?

We spend them working. Lunch and recess are spent quickly preparing for what's happening next, or taking a much-needed bathroom break because teachers have become experts in the game of how-long-can-I-hold-it-in-until-I-explode. Although, I'm still curious about this hour-long lunch break people who don't work in education get. What do you do for a whole hour? Then after 3, you get to plan for the next day!

That typically takes several hours. Writing an assessment report about how a child is doing in school could take up to five hours or more, depending on how much detail you want to add. You have to prepare for every possible thing that might happen the next day. In addition to the planning, you also have to grade papers, answer emails from parents, meet with other teachers, and make sure the next day you are ready to go again. Added bonus: Yeah, you don't get paid for any of that. All those supplies teachers have?

More often than not, we've paid for them. And believe me: And, that last comment will end the date. No teacher on Earth has time for that. Meredith Lee is a Thrillist contributor who is single and is forced to date a lot when she really wants to stay home. Tweet her, follow her, or send her snacks at meralee You can also find her on Facebook or over at her blog.

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The club is not going up on a Tuesday or a Friday for that matter. Weekday nights (yes, including Friday) are not nights for going out. We will. Because they have to be up seriously early for school the next day. Probably a good two hours before you. @_KellyW25 / Via Twitter: @__.

Depending on your familiarity with yoga, the thought of dating a yoga teacher could either terrify or intrigue you. There are so many hilarious misconceptions out there about what it means to be a yoga teacher, thanks to social media. While some of us do meditate every day, drink loads of green smoothies , and celebrate each full moon, dating a yoga teacher doesn't necessarily mean that your apartment will turn into an ashram.

Summers off! No wearing a suit to work!

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.

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Teachers are the token professionals of our world. We make way less monetarily than how much we give our students academically, socially and intrinsically. If you've ever found yourself in a relationship with a teacher, these seven things will sound extremely familiar to you. If you find yourself in the process of dating a teacher, these seven things will help you understand his or her brain a bit more. They will also hopefully help you appreciate the quirks he or she brings to your relationship:.

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We all know that teachers are incredible human beings, but dating one is a unique experience. The grocery store? The gas station? A romantic dinner for two? Most teachers have a work BFF. Just so you know, they will always end up talking shop wherever they are, and they basically have their own language. Classroom crafts and projects involve sparkle, and that stuff has a way of getting into everything. Teachers know their stuff, so get ready to be schooled.

Teaching is a noble profession—as well as a demanding one—but its stresses are often left unconsidered by the masses of college students taking up its pursuits.

The club is not going up on a Tuesday…or a Friday for that matter. Weekday nights yes, including Friday are not nights for going out.

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It was a long Sunday; the majority of which had been spent working on an assessment report for one of my students who was struggling in the classroom. I'd spent all afternoon analyzing data and outlining academic goals. I'd planned a dinner date for that evening with a brown-haired, handsome man: We were meeting at Blue Dog, my favorite place to get a burger while hopefully making some sort of connection with whomever sat across the table from me. We met up, exchanged pleasantries, and sat down. As our conversation turned to our careers, I knew instantly the only thing I'd be enjoying on this date was the burger. As he imparted a running commentary dissecting my job as a resource teacher, I counted the moments until I could return home and never speak to him again. And after reliving this date with many of my teacher friends, we came up with a simple, short list of things to NEVER say to an educator you're out on a date with. When teachers practice lessons on our own, we do it perfectly. We ensure the lesson covers everything and reaches every student.

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We all had teachers we loved and hated. And we all had that teacher who we fell head over in heels in love with. Now that we are adults, we can legitimately enter relationships with teachers without it being totally creepy. And there is every reason to do so. Here is why you should really consider hooking up with an educator- it will be the best romantic decision that you have ever made. Exploit that crush you had on your teacher by living it with a brand new teacher.

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Congratulations on qualifying to enter the world of glitz, glamour and hedonism that is primary education. Sorry, I meant glitter, clamour and headaches — far more exciting. These days are long gone, and the onus is now very much on the teacher and school being able to justify their decisions to parents. Little things like standing outside your classroom for a while even after all the kids have left will help to show that you are welcoming. If they respect you from the start, their child is more likely to do the same. Besides hosting a constant scrummage for the kettle or biscuit tin, the staff room is often the hub of the school building. Even after seven years, I still regularly beg a trusted colleague to make me a cuppa and then hide in the ITC suite for ten minutes at breaktime.

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Listen up: It's time to go get yourself a teacher ASAP. Dating a teacher is probably the best possible decision you can make for your personal life. While professions like banking and law don't score very high on the loveable factor, teachers, on the other hand, will have you, your family , friends and everyone in between, swooning. That's just the kind of person who goes into the teaching field: Here are a few other reasons why trying to make a teacher your main squeeze should be one of your major goals. Teachers get the entire summer off, as well as holidays, plus a week in the winter and then again in the spring!

Remember that teacher you secretly had a crush on all the way through college or uni? So you can forget first-date awkwardness. They spend all of their time thinking of new and innovative ways to make things like algebra exciting — enough said. A great quality to have when it comes to future car journeys, complicated recipes or sock sorting. All are useful skills to keep a relationship strong and healthy. By posting a comment, I agree to the Community Standards. Need help with eHarmony.

Ever wanted to date a writer? Are you prepared to wade through the coffee addiction, the serious depressions whenever another rejection letter comes in the mail and the possible instability, all so you can enjoy the company of a word-fluent partner who can take you to book launch parties? Well, ears up. I'm about to give you some guidance. And by guidance I may mean "warnings disguised as various kinds of advice.

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