It’s the age of superheroes!
We know that teachers are the crusaders of education, and sometimes their skills and personalities match up with some famous DC Comic Book characters.
Let’s see who most represents your superhero teacher persona!
When it comes to being the cutting edge teacher with all the technology at your fingertips, you’re the best. You have figured out how to use social media, blogging, and your students’ own smartphones to your advantage in the classroom. Students know you can match and exceed their plugged-in expectations.
You’re a rookie teacher, but you come fully prepared with all the passion and enthusiasm. You may not have the experience, but you make an extra effort to ensure your students are as excited about your material as you are. You know you’ll always make your Bat… I mean teaching mentor, proud.
You’re the teacher with all the energy. You keep the teacher’s lounge light and stress-free and your zoom-level pace in the classroom always has students engaged. Would it be too cliché to say you probably coach Track after school?
You’re a stickler for precision. You’re probably a Science or Math teacher, and you are always clear and to the point with your teaching skills. Students come to your class and leave disciplined and on top of their game. You’re super serious 90% of the time, but when you crack a joke or have a light moment, it’s enough to make you beloved by all.
A wise and powerful figure in the school. You are one of the storied veterans of the school and every student and fellow teacher looks to you for guidance and wisdom. True, you’re a Martian, but your outsider point of view allows for outside-the box thinking when it comes to creative lesson plans that tend to be the talk of the school.
Protector of truth, justice, the American way, and the Global way, you are most likely a Social Studies teacher. Students trust you and know you are there to help them learn everything history can teach.
You learned from the best and have risen from a plucky rookie to a teacher who excelled at creating unity in your classes and in the school. It’s no wonder you stepped out of the classroom and found your identity as a principal. You learned to lead, and now you make sure the whole school is achieving excellence.