15+ Cool Teachers Who Make Students Want to Rush to Be in Their Class
Being a teacher is truly a calling. As experience shows, in order to motivate students to take classes with pleasure and have respect for their teacher, it’s not enough to just know your subject well. It’s necessary to be able to amaze and surprise your students with vivid experiments, a good attitude, and, of course, an extraordinary sense of humor.
Bright Side found these professionals who easily manage to attract and keep the attention of their students. At the end of the article, you’ll find a small life lesson from a romantic teacher.
“This morning, Mr. Johnson made sandwiches for his students before an important exam.”
“My professor’s door:”
“My teacher nailed his student’s phone to the wall for using it in class 20 years ago. It’s still there.”
“Our biology teacher brought a skeleton to class yesterday, and now everyone is treating it as if it’s a part of our class.”
“My professor doesn’t believe in laser pointers, so he uses a fishing pole with a foam finger attached to it, and I can’t concentrate on the lecture because of this.”
“My cooking class has a mirror on the ceiling, so we can see what the teacher is doing.”
Some teachers are also aware that memes exist.
“Why didn’t you put your name on the paper?”
“This is my teacher’s stance. It always seems to happen in front of me.”
“I found this in my school’s computer room:”
“How my university is helping us get over exam stress:”
“Instant exam-stress relieving bubble wrap. ‘Clinically’ proven up to 100% effective.”
“When your students are genuinely interested in psychology and are very excited for you to teach them:”
Our chemistry substitute teacher would slowly write Avengers: Endgame spoilers every time we started talking.
“My professor brought in a 10MB hard disk from the 1960s.”
When your professor really gets mad:
“This dude rolled into our math class and left, without saying a word.” Maybe it was a hint from the teacher?
“My biology professor was wearing an awesome tie yesterday.”
Bonus: A touching story from a romantic teacher
Do you remember any situations when your teachers showed their creative side?