7 Choses Que les Enseignants Aimeraient Pouvoir Dire à Leurs Elèves

Les enseignants connaissent leurs mots. C’est pourquoi la plupart des enseignants (enfin les bons au moins) font très attention à ce qu’ils disent. Mais cela ne signifie pas qu’ils ne souhaitent pas que l’enfant se taise ou se demande pourquoi Maman était en retard pour la quatrième fois cette semaine.

Mais après une vie de mordre leurs langues, il semble que les enseignants ont finalement craqué. Dans un article sur Quora cette semaine, des professeurs du monde entier ont exprimé exactement ce qu’ils diraient s’ils avaient une chance. Et c’est exactement aussi hilarant et déchirant que ce à quoi on pourrait s’attendre.

Voici quelques uns de nos préférés:

1. “Vos parents ont tort”

“Racism, intolerance, pseudoscience, misogyny – they all begin at home. Students aren’t shy about where they get their worldviews, and while I would never want to discourage healthy disagreement and critical thought, there are some ideas that parents force on their children that are just plain wrong. I’d love to call it like I see it, but I usually have to find less direct ways of combating ignorance—especially since students don’t see it as ignorance.” – Justin Franco.

2. “Je suis un humain aussi”

“I’m a human, too. Treat me like one. For all those teachers who say they’re neutral, I say b******t. If a kid is rude and demanding, I’m far less lenient. To the kid who is polite and works hard, I’m flexible and understanding.” – Anonymous.

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3. “Je suis désolé que votre vie à la maison craint”

Je me sens horrible pour les élèves qui viennent à l’école d’après ce que je sais être moins que des situations idéales Je suis désolé que tes parents ne t’achètent pas de nourriture Je suis désolé que ton père soit ivre et frappe ta mère. Je suis désolé que vous ayez entendu parler de votre inutilité et de la façon dont l’école vous est gaspillée. – Austin Schopper.

4. “Je ne pense pas que vous êtes découpé pour être un ___.”

“Every year I have some students who tell me they’re going to be neurosurgeons, or engineers, or air force pilots, or professional basketball players, or some other difficult-to-get job. Then they tell me that they failed biology, or they hate math, or they don’t like the military, or they are 5′7″. In other words, they tell me they want to have a job that they are probably not going to get.” – Dave Consiglio.

5. “S’il te plaît ne sois pas comme ton père”

“No matter how bad the parent is, I cannot say these words out loud. Criticising a parent would be disrespectful, and perhaps something that may affect the relationship between the child and the parent.It is such a tough job to tell kids to stay away from all these wrong practices while knowing that the one man who should be their superhero does all of it and more right in front of their eyes, every single day.”  – Antara Sarkar.

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6. “Les marques n’ont pas d’importance”

“Trust me on this one, every teacher knows this is. But they will never tell you. Marks never determine your life. They never have and never will. Yes, they might land you a decent enough job but no one can bet on that. I have seen failures making a fortune and toppers making a mockery out of themselves. Every teacher would just love to tell their students that ‘just get decent enough marks and you will be fine.’

“What you really need to learn are life skills. Skills that will help you survive in this overly practical world.” – Niranjan Samanta

7. “Vous êtes fort”

“You have so much potential and courage within you. Your skin colour does not make you lesser than another person nor does it limit what you will accomplish in your life. There is power in who you are! In your past, your families, your hair your hands your eyes. I see you shining in your beautiful selves, and I believe in you. I believe in the goodness of your heart, the gentleness in your soul, the curiosity in your mind. I will wrap you in my love so that you are protected from all that threatens to make you feel anything less than who you are.” – Elena Tran.

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