Quiz: Which fictional teacher are you?
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Quiz: Which fictional teacher are you?

By The Room 241 Team February 1, 2019

Remember your favorite fictional teacher? The one from a movie or show that inspired the very qualities you have in the classroom today? Whether it was the nurturing, tough love, or inspirational qualities you were drawn to, it helped shape you into the teacher you are today.  Take the quiz and see which fictional teacher you truly embody.

 

Which of these qualities is most important to have as a teacher?
Counselor from 10 Things I Hate About You
Compassionate
Inspirational
Knowledgeable
Commanding

Correct!

Wrong!

My favorite thing about teaching is:
Teacher Celebrating in Classroom
Making a difference.
Imparting wisdom.
Building connections.
Preparing students for the future.

Correct!

Wrong!

The hardest part about my job is:
Teaching on floor crying
Getting attached to my students.
Seeing some students struggle.
Meeting the needs of individuals.
Being prepared for anything and everything.

Correct!

Wrong!

Which of these most accurately describes you?
Ben Stein in Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Tough exterior with a soft spot for my students.
Goes above and beyond for my students.
Benevolent and wise.
Direct and collaborative.

Correct!

Wrong!

 

Which of these best describes your teaching style?
Teacher at Chalkboard writing homework assignment
The Authority, or lecture style
The Demonstrator, or coach style
The Facilitator, or activity style
The Delegator, or group style

Correct!

Wrong!

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