Here’s some food for thought on why we become teachers, or perhaps more importantly, why we should (or should not) become teachers.
The original video, plus the video responses to the original are, in my opinion, excellent tools for discussion and reflection for teachers. Whether you are an experienced teacher or a student teacher, these videos give pause and make us think about why we entered this profession.
If you happen to be in the position of being an instructor at a teacher’s college or faculty of education, these would make great classroom resources for your teachers-in training.
Provocative and engaging, these videos are also an excellent example of how one video can inspire others to tap into their own values, vision and creativity to respond.
Here’s the original satire, “When I become a teacher”
Here’s one response. It’s called “When I become a teacher – The Remix”. It echoes in style and presentation, the original.
Here’s another response, that’s even more creative. It’s also called “When I become a teacher”.
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Sarah Elaine Eaton is a faculty member in the Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, Canada.