Whether it’s because of insatiable great hooks, or you just can’t get enough of your guilty pleasures, Pop Music fuels many teachers through their days. The pop singers you love the most can tell others about what kind of teacher you are.
So raise the volume and get ready to dance up and down the aisles of desks…
You are the veteran teacher that all students, fellow teachers, and administrators respect. You have great relationships with everyone in school. You are always Bringing “Education” Back to the highest levels. Your former students return during the holidays to share with you the wonderful things in their lives they know you helped them achieve. You dress for success, the equivalent of a Suit and Tie. You mentor rookie teachers and help with curriculum. You’re the school’s number one star, though you’re too modest to admit it, and give the accolades to everyone else.
Everyone knows not to mess with you. You run a tight ship, and you get results and respect because of that. You’re a leader amongst the other teachers, and it’s all based on reputation and skill. Students bend over backwards to impress you and make you proud. And it’s all because of how you teach. Basically, you’re Flawless.
You are the most resourceful of teachers. You know how to engage your students through every lesson. Other teachers know you literally carry a bag of tricks. You believe in hands-on learning, and sharing what works for you with others. And if it’s raining, students know they can come to you to borrow one of your Umbrella ella ellas. Eh. Eh. Eh.
You are the teacher every student hopes they get. You entertain as well as educate. You balance it all. You run student council, and you teach across all grade levels. You’re always voted student’s favorite teacher; not because you’re too nice or easy, but because you listen and respect each individual student. You’re there for them whether it’s extra credit, or stressed out from too much work. Your classroom is one big open Hotline Bling for educational support.
You are the reformed disruptive kid. You used to give your teachers such a hard time, but now, as an adult, you realize how vital they were to helping you succeed. You might say you’re Sorry about those times, but now you’re the teacher. You’re pretty strict and have a no-nonsense attitude, but you secretly smile about those kids who remind you of your past obnoxiousness.
You are a principal. You not only lead Taylor Nation, but you lead your school. Everyone looks to you to set the standard, and you accept that massive responsibility and lead with class and enthusiasm. You lead the students and teachers Out of the Woods and never leave a Blank Space on any blackboards.