How to Master teacher foot worship in 6 Simple Steps
The teacher who has just left class to check on a student or the person who is waiting in a line during the last class.
Well, I like to think that we are all students of the world, but we might not all have the time (or the inclination) to read a book or do a homework assignment, so we might not have the patience to do any of these.
The teacher foot worship happens when a person does not listen to what the teacher is saying. It is what it is, but in the end, it is all that we do and we must respect the teacher’s time and opinion.
If you were to look at a photo of a kid walking on the floor of the classroom, the teacher would have no idea what he’s getting into or what his teacher is talking about. So many of us are simply not aware of the reality of the situation, yet we all have a right to know what the teacher is talking about.
Teachers spend days in school, weeks in school, or years in school talking about the same content, and in the end, they are all wrong. Teachers are human like us, and they do not know what is best for their students. We all have our limits, and we should respect them unless we are the ones in the wrong.
A few days ago, my mom (who also happens to be a teacher) sent me a message that was so beautiful and so exciting it made me take a picture of it. She said “Hey, I’m going to photograph this and see if I can get it done. But first I want to thank you for your support.” I think she meant I’m looking forward to your pictures.
Teachers also have a “foot worship” habit of making sure they always have a good reason for just about everything they do. In this case, they are probably sending these pictures to everyone they know who needs a little validation. That means they might start to believe that a certain teacher is really really good at something. What they don’t realize is that their idea of good is not what anyone else around them is doing.
Teachers are the people who are in charge of teaching in the school system. They are the people who give the teachers, the students. They are constantly looking for ways to improve the quality of education in the schools, and they use a myriad of tactics to do that. Teachers foot worship is when they think that the teachers who are their friends are, or have been, good at teaching. This is not to say that teachers who are not nice to their friends are bad teachers.
Teachers foot worship is when they think that the teachers they are friends with are, or have been, good at teaching. This is not to say that teachers who are not nice to their friends are bad teachers.
The problem is that teachers foot worship becomes worse when their friends are bad teachers. This makes it harder for teachers to stick up for their friends and friends to stick up for themselves. This is why a teacher who is nice to her friend is often in trouble.