11 Things All Education Majors Know To Be True
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11 Things All Education Majors Know To Be True

For the students who have always been genuinely excited about all things "school."

11 Things All Education Majors Know To Be True
Anne-Marie DeRusso

There's definitely a norm for the type of person who chooses to enter the field of education. Whether you're reading this as an Education Major yourself, or you're reading it thinking of someone in your life, there are specific qualities that come to mind. He or she must be patient and compassionate and of course interested in working with children or young adults. But, there's also the things that make an education major tick! Things that get them excited for the future and keep them motivated to go into a field which, to be honest, has lost a lot of respect. This is for all of my fellow education majors; you're not alone in this. We're all just as excited as you are. Here are 11 things all education majors know to be true.

1. "That's an easy major."

2. You love stationary.

3. You've probably already started your collection of supplies and books for your own future classroom (and you're still in your undergrad).

4. You also have a Pinterest board with tons of future classroom decoration tips and lesson plan ideas.

5. Your closet is already full of "teacher clothes."

6. Your part-time job is working with kids and you absolutely love it.

7. You spend more hours at your placement than you're supposed to.

8. You have a laundry list of teachers you had in the past who are inspiring you every single day.

9. You love going to class (well, at least the education ones).

10. You get overly excited when talking to teachers who are currently in the field.

11. Because there is nothing you want more in this world than to be a teacher.

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