Mawkish1983 wrote:I don't believe it to be relevant, but yes, for seven weeks I was at just such a school.
Nope, not surprised that you wouldn't see it as relevant. You taught physics to alternative kids for 7 weeks??? What kind of alternative school was that?? Nevermind, I don't wanna know. We are obviously not talking about the same "type" of school.
Mawkish1983 wrote:In the UK, science education is compulsory. Not a different type of student whatsoever.
science is mandatory here too. physic classes are much easier to teach.
Mawkish1983 wrote:No-one made you choose your subject, but ALL subjects can be made engaging.
I never said anybody did force me. And I didn't say I didn't like math. i never said anything about engaging kids or not. thats your rhetoric. You seem to be pretty horrible at assuming things. That whole comment of yours is just weird.
Like I said earlier. It all depends on what you teach, who you teach, and where you teach.
Mawkish1983 wrote:No, it doesn't.
yes it does
Billymac29 wrote:You can only speak of your experience. Please don't try and judge me on mine.
Mawkish1983 wrote:I didn't.