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Name: newteacher1
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I thought it would be a good idea to homeschool my kids. They are pretty intelligent and learn at a fast pace. Unfortunately, I am finding teaching pretty tiring, and I don't know if I can a good enough job. Are there any teaching courses out there that I can go to?
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Name: pie | Date: Oct 25th, 2005 5:36 PM
at first it is hard and you will get better 

Name: teach | Date: Oct 25th, 2005 5:40 PM
good and bad can come 

Name: To NewTeacher1 | Date: Nov 6th, 2005 4:25 AM
Teachers have a great deal of collage and they have to do internships in most states and sit for a test before your allowed to teach. There is no quick fix or night class to turn you into a teacher.
If your seeking out a career as a teacher then go to collage and take the tests your state requires.
If your kids are good students they should have good teachers. Think about a private school first. Your kids will thank you for it in the long run. 

Name: Ben | Date: Nov 6th, 2005 6:21 AM
I love homeschool.. hated dealing with f-d up teachers at public school who im suprised have a degree in teaching because they do nothing but say ok this is the chapter... and yep this is the subject ... do it.. its stupid times have changed parents dont realize how bad public schools are getting.. and plus who helps the kid with their homework when they get home from school? obviously if they understood it in class they wouldn't need help. like i've said before this doesnt apply to all public schools and all teachers so dont be offended im just sayin this is what's going on with a lot of kids i've talked to. 

Name: Tracy | Date: Jan 3rd, 2006 9:46 PM
Do you want to teach your children. It is a lot of work...can you imagine teaching 20-30 kids! Wow...no wonder we can get school taught in half the time...lol. Anyways, I feel you should find out why you want to homeschool, and with that...make your choice if it is worth the invested time and patience to teach your children. 

Name: lili | Date: Feb 26th, 2006 3:14 PM
newteacher1, your local community college or public university should offer teaching courses. Start by taking a few and see how it goes. If you feel it is something that is beneficial, then you can apply for accredited admission into the program. The more you know the better off your child will be. Plus in the end you will have a degree and maybe a career in something you may like doing when they are all grown up. 

Name: heather | Date: Apr 24th, 2006 4:50 PM
im homeschooled now and my parents juust check my work i got math books and i teach my self basicly if i have any quistions i ask but im pritty much good on my own because it tells you what to do and shows you its pritty much FUn! 

Name: Michelle | Date: Apr 27th, 2006 1:49 PM
I am homeschooling my child this August. My daughter was having a problem with her subtraction. So what I didn't understand is why didn't the teacher start using the number line for the kids to help them to count backwards? well I taught my daughter how to use the numbr line and of course she caught on quick and learned how to use it. But I let her know that her teacher isn't teaching this just yet, when she should of a while back. Well, two weeks later, my daughter comes to tell me that her teacher drew a number line on the board. She said that she was the only person in her first grade class that knew about the number line and who knew how to use it. That tells me that yeah it is true that if you plan on homeschooling or teach your children early that they can get ahead than the one's in public school. 

Name: ms.gomes | Date: Nov 7th, 2007 12:06 AM
am i a good teacher 

Name: pat | Date: Nov 2nd, 2008 11:43 PM
I need ask three questions from a teacher for a assignment. Can you help? 

Name: ammera | Date: Dec 1st, 2009 11:58 PM
can some one help me on my essay 

Name: tinalat | Date: Sep 10th, 2010 8:48 PM
Am retiring from public school teaching after many years. The administration drives us crazy...changing rules constantly. I love my students but the stress isn't worth it anymore. Admin makes all the money and they are worthless on campus. It is us pee-ons that have to maintain order. Sign me, Sick and Tired 

Name: lucy | Date: Jan 13th, 2011 5:10 PM
hello :) you are probably doing fine 

Name: hello | Date: Jan 13th, 2011 5:11 PM

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