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19th August, 2009 at 14:09:35 -

Ever had one? I remember my worst: MRS.EGGER. First off, she had this little system where if you did something wrong, she would put a letter on the board. 2 letters = a check = DETENTION. But she would seriously have at least one detention a person in a week. I remember another teach came in once and said "How many checks equal a detention, 3?"

And then there was the time in math class when we were measuring the volume of a cube, and she says, "Multiply the length, by the width, by the height." So some kid starts measuring the height and she yells "STOP YOU HAVE TO DO IT IN ORDER!". It doesn't end there though, then she goes on the tell us the height is always the longest side and, eh you get the picture. The lady was a walking facepalm.

 
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19th August, 2009 at 14:17:47 -

We had several scary teachers. Mrs Slater, a french lady who taught French at the school was hated by most. She was once suspended because her entire class made complaints against her for shouting "What are you? Stupid?" at her class. Her pupils also reversed the entire classroom when she left it to photocopy some documents, she came back to find her desk at the other side of the room and the pupils facing the other way My best friend at the time was also suspended for calling her a See you next Tuesday. Thinking about it, I guess she got it pretty hard. Pupils who lived in the town often threw eggs at her house, too

Then Mr Fluker the German teacher used to throw chairs and get pupils by their necks

 
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19th August, 2009 at 14:31:03 -

I had loads of them.

But I had one particular science teacher in the 7th or 8th grade, she was real bitch.
With her I managed to get expelled from class at least once a month.
I recall one particular incident when I was caught playing sea battle in the middle of the class with a classmate.
The other asshole yelled "you sunk my ship!" pretty loud, needless to say she heard him and when she found out what we were doing, she stared at me, almost shocked, while I was trying the hardest I could not to laugh in front of her, she then proceeded to send both of us to the director.

She also expelled me from class once because I refused to take my jacket off, and we were in the middle of the winter, with the warming system barely working.

 
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19th August, 2009 at 14:33:26 -


Originally Posted by -Adam-
Her pupils also reversed the entire classroom when she left it to photocopy some documents, she came back to find her desk at the other side of the room and the pupils facing the other way



This sir, it's pure genius.

 
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19th August, 2009 at 15:10:00 -

I had a LOT of strange teachers. Lol, I'd rant out on them if I didn't like badmouthing people. My art teacher told me that she has the power to curse me if I ever badmouthed her.

 
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19th August, 2009 at 15:21:21 -

There have been several characters that I have encountered. Usually they were just odd. There were a few mean teachers but I thankfully rarely took their classes. Like Muz, I would feel bad explaining their hilaritudes.

 

  		
  		

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I remember 3 or 4 students pushing one of our heavy woodwork benches up against the supplies closet when the teacher went in there to get something. Then we all stayed perfectly silent pretending to have left. I can't remember his name but he had long hair so everyone thought he was gay. Kids eh?

 
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19th August, 2009 at 15:51:59 -

I've had a strange teacher, but he was more eccentric than anything. His name was Mr. Hopkins and he was the schools only French teacher.(He was amazing btw) But pretty much he would play pranks on the class. Like onec he gave us this really stern look and said "You have a test, on everything you'vge learned so far". Then we start doing the test and half way through he says stop, starts collecting the papers then throws them all in the trash. Or another time he said he was hungry. So he went to the garbage can put his hand in and out came the hand carrying a sandwich, which was of course under his sleeve the whole time, but everyone was completely grossed out. And he was the only teacher who kept almost a house full of belongings in his room, like of course a motor cycle.

 
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19th August, 2009 at 16:05:56 -

Dude, he sounds awesome!

I've actually considered becoming a teacher so I can weird students out.

 

  		
  		

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19th August, 2009 at 16:09:33 -

I threw water at students, let them watch Turkish Star Wars and have them write a report about it, had them write essays about hamsters and forced them to copy dictionaries by hand. Those were of course the students who misbehaved in my class.

 
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19th August, 2009 at 21:43:21 -

I had nothing but brilliant teachers and wont hear a word against them (even though thats impossible here ). Our first form teacher was a brilliant disciplinarian, we only had him for a year but he toughened us up for secondary school. But then he went and got suspended for sending out love letters .
Another bloke used to be a runner with my dad so we got on well.
And a maths teacher who I was always in trouble with but also got on well with. Like that bloke and the headmaster from Saved by the Bell. In detention we used to talk about music and drums over a game of chess.
Aaaand we had a very fat and angry English teacher who nobody liked. But he was a monster. Used to have us read passages from books and would fall asleep at his desk.

Man I miss school .

 
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19th August, 2009 at 21:49:38 -

Oh, there was also a lesbian maths teacher who locked herself in a supplies cupboard and had a breakdown.

 
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19th August, 2009 at 22:08:24 -

I miss Saved By The Bell Used to watch that all the time on pay-tv in the arvo's.

 
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19th August, 2009 at 22:18:31 -

I really miss school too.

 
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19th August, 2009 at 23:48:16 -

College years were better though. Oh my yessss.

 
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20th August, 2009 at 03:49:52 -

Had a sort of Schizophrenic teacher last year. She kept taking out her anger on the class and yelling at us and stuff. Then the next day she would be the complete opposite...

 
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20th August, 2009 at 06:05:43 -

my fifth grade teacher mrs pinkerton made us apologize to the grass if we walked on it.

my 8th grade science teacher mr estes would walk around the room like a velociraptor and scare kids that werent paying attention.

then in highschool there was the teacher who did the morning announcements as a fake persona. everyone knew it was him but he denied that it was him.

 
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Originally Posted by cEcil = MC^2
my fifth grade teacher mrs pinkerton made us apologize to the grass if we walked on it.

my 8th grade science teacher mr estes would walk around the room like a velociraptor and scare kids that werent paying attention.

then in highschool there was the teacher who did the morning announcements as a fake persona. everyone knew it was him but he denied that it was him.



Haha, those are great!

 
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20th August, 2009 at 14:13:33 -

I fondly remember a teacher I had when I was getting my history degree, 2003-2004 ish. This bearded guy was really into Plato. Everything he did, every conversation anyone had with him, every lecture meandered back to Plato. Subjects like religion or art history were all about Plato within 10 minutes. When not giving us lectures about Plato he alternately drank coca cola and fell down stairs breaking legs.

 
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20th August, 2009 at 14:25:26 -

Wow, I forgot to mention Mr Brister, the Design and Technology teacher people hated. He was seen on nationwide tv Sky Diving naked (sky diving was a hobby for him) School for the next few weeks was hell for him At the end of the year pupils bought him a sky diving Action man and removed it's clothes as a tribute.

 
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Originally Posted by -Adam-
Wow, I forgot to mention Mr Brister, the Design and Technology teacher people hated. He was seen on nationwide tv Sky Diving naked (sky diving was a hobby for him) School for the next few weeks was hell for him At the end of the year pupils bought him a sky diving Action man and removed it's clothes as a tribute.



Why did he skydive naked?

 
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20th August, 2009 at 14:49:41 -

I forget whether it was a one off for charity, or if he did it as a regular thing. He wasnt the only one doing it.

 
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20th August, 2009 at 15:15:07 -


Originally Posted by OldManClayton
Dude, he sounds awesome!

I've actually considered becoming a teacher so I can weird students out.



Yea, too bad he left for Nova Scotia. And he was the only reason I took French again this year.

 
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21st August, 2009 at 10:54:52 -


Originally Posted by Hayo
I fondly remember a teacher I had when I was getting my history degree, 2003-2004 ish. This bearded guy was really into Plato. Everything he did, every conversation anyone had with him, every lecture meandered back to Plato. Subjects like religion or art history were all about Plato within 10 minutes. When not giving us lectures about Plato he alternately drank coca cola and fell down stairs breaking legs.



Haha i remember tomatoman was really into plato too i seem to remember

 
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21st August, 2009 at 11:21:35 -

I like watching angry teachers on youtube to bring back memories.

 
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Originally Posted by ..::hagar::..

Originally Posted by Hayo
I fondly remember a teacher I had when I was getting my history degree, 2003-2004 ish. This bearded guy was really into Plato. Everything he did, every conversation anyone had with him, every lecture meandered back to Plato. Subjects like religion or art history were all about Plato within 10 minutes. When not giving us lectures about Plato he alternately drank coca cola and fell down stairs breaking legs.



Haha i remember tomatoman was really into plato too i seem to remember



Heheh, he was in the same class. We used to go down to the uni computer basement after a lecture totally turned to Plato, and he would just spam around here about the guy, posting large portions of "The Republic". Which gained him the rating "Sin binned (broke the rules)".

 
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21st August, 2009 at 22:40:08 -

Quite a few of them. There was the science teacher, a short, greasy, vindictive weasel of a human being who liked to pick on specific targets (pupils). A friend and I doused her journal in lab alcohol then burned it in a sink on the last day as revenge. There was another science teacher, Mr C, a brooding tower of a scotsman, who throttled a boy in front of the class and inevitably lost his job, and Miss L, the young, incredibly pretty drama teacher who I found on facebook last year and spent a sparkling weekend with in bed.

Edit: Oh! And best of all, 'Jacko', the caretaker. He once kicked me in the shin with his steel-toe capped boots (after months of teasing from me and a friend) and I marched self-righteously to the deputy head's office, demanding his head on a stick... and was laughed out of the room. Oh, to be back there once again.

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21st August, 2009 at 22:50:18 -

You should still take action against that caretaker My year 7-8 form tutor was a drama teacher (I really liked her as a teacher though) She once threw down chalk in rage, which hit a girl in the face. She had to go from extreme angry to grovelling in a matter of seconds. She managed it quite well, though

 
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21st August, 2009 at 22:56:14 -

Nah, smart-arsed kids can be awful, imagine dealing with them on a day-to-day basis. I still remember his furious round face...

 
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My Strangest Teacher EVER...
Wow, that's a hard one, I've only met one teacher stranger than him, but he never taught at my school, so I'm giving the award to...

MARK JONES!!!

Mr. Jones was crazy! But that's why we loved him. He taught agriculture class my first year in high school, then he left for dekalb schools(don't think he left on very good terms.)

He gave us a speech about "How if I could ever find a woman to have sex with me, I would name my daughter,"(direct quote) he was going to call her "Grazelda Malugdinum Jones". He choose Malugdinum because it's a disease sheep get when they have to much copper in their diet. He was going to call her Grazelda because he knew "with my genes she would be a good looker", but guys would be scared when they saw her first name.

Later on in the year he tried to shove his head through a deer pelvis bone Didn't quite make it...

When I was looking through really old school year book from the year 2000, I found his picture in the FFA page. I cracked up laughing instantaly. In this picture he was holding his annual winter Luao(or however you spell it), and he was dressed in a grass skirt, no shirt, straw hat, and a coconut bra. That picture brought back a lot of goovy memories that old fart, some I'll never forget.


Though at a camp I met another goovy agriculture teacher. His name was Mr. Coon. Throughout the whole camp we wore an aligator infatable, Called "Allen the Alli-Go-Gater around his waste. Then during a camp discussion about "No PURPLE!!!"(purple meaning holding hands, kissing, and you know what else), Mr. Coon jump in front of the whole camp and started making out with this inflateable aligator...
Man, blowup dolls are getting weird nowadays...

 
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Most of my teachers couldn't teach their way out of a paper bag. Sad really. Everything has been more sad than funny.
Take my Spanish teacher (I took 2 years of that crap and know nothing more than a word or two), anyway, she was *)&^ed in the head in more ways than one. She thought the devil was out to get her. Overly religious to the point of insanity is not a good thing.
Students used to write things like 666 and cryptic Satanic sayings on the board, then she'd go berzerk and start rambling incoherently and waving her arms wildly in the air.

One of my history teachers was boring to the point where what he taught became boring. And the thing is, history isn't really boring to me, I always liked the stories and tended to read the book rather than listen to his sleep-inducing lectures. Another history teacher who I had earlier, back in middle school, used to pick his nose at his desk while grading papers then hand our papers back to us. Needless to say, it disgusted the hell out of me.

There was an electrical engineering teacher who had us skin wires and sold the copper to get extra money instead of actually teaching us anything. I still don't understand how these teachers get away with this kind of stuff, but they do nonetheless. I still don't know how to wire anything right. There was a math teacher who was always mean to me for some reason, but noone else. I swear she was a real witch, she even looked like one, throw a pointy hat on her head and a broom in her hand and you'd think it was a Halloween costume, I swear. Of course, I did have a good math teacher once, but not good enough really. She saved me from having to go to summer school to graduate by actually teaching me something at the last second. She tutored me for 2 or 3 days after school and because of that I got a high enough grade on the last test (It was an A if I remember right) to pass the class and graduate with my peers. Yea, imagine what I could have done if someone had actually taught me something sooner. I coulda had straight A's if any of them actually gave a damn.

There was an English teacher who I remember fondly, although I was only ever a C student in her class as I always hated English and all its unneeded syntax. I've always loved Reading though and back in grade school when there was no English class, but only a Reading class, I had straight A's. The Science teachers were all similar to eachother in ways and they all tried teaching to the best of their capability, but every one of them lacked any organisational skills and wasted loads of time because of that (similar to myself). My favorite thing about Science was the Labs because it was hands-on with an actual goal in mind and there just wasn't enough of that in school.

And you know what, I'm kind of annoyed by something ... I've never had a teacher that even came close to being exciting, inspiring, or pretty-looking. Most were dull and boring and they were all ugly and old with a certain lack of life about them. The closest thing to eccentricity or fun of any sort would probably be how disorganised they were, I had a bit of a laugh at how ridiculous it all was.
I hated my time in school, but even so, I actually sort of miss it now. How sad is that? I think it's just because you feel like you are actually doing something even when you aren't. They make busywork seem important somehow. That and the whole social atmosphere of your peers is what makes school so nostalgic. Alot of people I once knew are now gone and moved away and I've completely lost contact with them.

As far as learning goes, I've learned way more outside of school than I've ever learned while in it.


 
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24th August, 2009 at 22:47:28 -


Originally Posted by MBK

or pretty-looking.



Had about 2.5 of them

 
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25th August, 2009 at 02:34:41 -

Dude, my kindergarden teacher. Scariest person I've ever met. She threatened to cut off my best friends ear (no lie). She was fired that year. There was another time that I mischievously dew a big red X on someone else's shift (lol) and she scared me so much that I ran out of the room and refused to go back in. Thank god kindergarden is over.

 
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25th August, 2009 at 03:07:47 -

"And you know what, I'm kind of annoyed by something ... I've never had a teacher that even came close to being exciting, inspiring, or pretty-looking"

We had one in year 9, but she left Miss Costa, she looked quite a lot like Kim Medcalf ( http://www.probertencyclopaedia.com/j/Kim%20Medcalf.jpg ) And all the guys in geography used to try and chat her up/ banter with her. In her last lesson she made everyone watch her favourite love-romance film U_ U;

 
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25th August, 2009 at 22:23:38 -

My foods teacher this year was almost fresh out of uni. (23-25ish) And like what Adam was saying all the kids tried chatting it up with her and asking for her facebook. Incidently someone found her Facebook (this really weird ugly person no one likes) and she just shrugged it off and made a big explanation of why she can't add anybody. Quite a funny teacher really. Alas, she was only subbing for the other foods teacher whom was on maternity leave. Oh well. :/

 
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25th August, 2009 at 22:36:56 -

Teachers must be getting younger and younger. Lots of people I went to school with and have only just left uni got teaching jobs straight away. Id hate to teach, for me the thought of going back to the school environment for the rest of my career makes me want to slit my wrists.

 
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25th August, 2009 at 23:03:13 -

Slitting your wrists is kinda going overboard, but I know what you mean. Im in 10th year and I just wanna be done school. >_>

 
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26th August, 2009 at 00:56:15 -

Personally, I think it just depends on the class you'd be teaching. If it was English or Maths, I think it would horrorifieng. But some of the classes like Shop, Art, and Agricutlture would be great fun I feel like. But ironicly, many governments back burn these classes, cut there fundings, and etc. Which causes a lot of schools to remove these classes from their curriculum.

I plan on going to into teaching Agriculture classes at a highschool level, hopefully I'll become someone's "Strange Teacher", only in a good why like all the strange ones I know...

 
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26th August, 2009 at 20:12:56 -

Man, if there's one thing I'd teach, it's English.

 
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