More often, young adults are choosing to major in education and start a career as a teacher. While the field doesn’t necessarily pay well, you can’t put a price on the feeling you get when you change a child’s life through education and learning.
The best part about Millennials becoming teachers is that they will be able to engage their students through relatable things they understand–like pop culture and social media. For example, we love the teacher who turned Cardi B’s childhood meme into hall passes for her students.
Now, teachers are calling on Drake and his hit summer jam “In My feelings” to get their classrooms ready for the school year and we truly cannot get enough.
— College & Career Center (@OHSCCCBuzz) August 19, 2018
— Busbee Elementary (@BusbeeCorbett) August 21, 2018
— Lakisha Pope (@Lakisha213) August 21, 2018
My classroom door, feat. Drake, is ready for the first day of school tomorrow. #TheHateUGive by @angiecthomas is the centerpiece because it’s amazing and I hope all my students read it. pic.twitter.com/wc4A363ijb
— Devin Jackman (@Devbot4) August 20, 2018
— Nieman Elementary (@Nieman512) August 17, 2018
— Genny Ruff (@ruffge4) August 17, 2018
— DaytonBroncos1 (@daytonbroncos1) August 15, 2018
— Rachelle Mievre (@RSKvamme) August 14, 2018
— Ms. Walker (@Mtpointelibrary) August 14, 2018
People are absolutely loving it.
This is awesome! Kudos to the creatives behind this one! ?
— Dee (@DeesHeartSings) August 22, 2018
I am dying right now! Hilarious pic.twitter.com/IK4lK5eKB1
— Hillman Alum (@KahaliaM) August 22, 2018
Could we use this idea on a bulletin board in our high school? LOVE it!! ???
— Lorna Martin (@mrscoach33) August 22, 2018
Ok, that's pretty cool! @Drake
— Dan (@DanMac2014) August 22, 2018
I love this so much
— Angel Skynard (@Txdoll83) August 22, 2018
This is awesome!!!
— △ ?.?. ??????? ▽ (@DKuzLA) August 22, 2018
We LOVE creative teachers! Happy back to school, everyone!