anyone spacin out in front of your class well teaching?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I had a teacher space out while teaching. She was like 80 years old (no exaggeration) and I was freaked out. I thought she was going to die or something. And I was 30 and in college; I really was freaked.

    Turns out she had a weird illness and had to go to the ER that night and spent 3 days in ICU! She told us about it the next time she came to class.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Sometimes I do, but never for more than like a second or so. I burped while talking to my students after lunch. I played it off by saying, "Surely I'm not the first teacher to burp in front of you." They got a big kick out of it. When I space out, it's usually because the student reading out loud is reading entirely too slow. My mind sometimes wanders.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Do you mean do people daydream WHILE someone is teaching? Sure - I think we all do. I think it's far more likely to happen in classrooms where students are forced to sit still and listen instead of being actively involved in their learning. I believe that learners are responsible for themselves. The best I can do is offer an engaging learning environment. If they choose to daydream, that's their business -- as long as it doesn't infringe on the learning of others, and as long as they don't expect me to help them catch up after they've spent their time daydreaming.

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  • 1 decade ago

    maybe you had better lay off the drugs, find a new profession or at least do a better job of planning.

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  • rpoker
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    1 decade ago

    yah Me! they drive me nuts i hate all of them.

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