Our colleagues can be the lifeblood because they can be toxic teachers. When this is the case, the school environment becomes hazardous to the mental health of the teacher and this is very difficult because the latter must be present in the classroom.
Relationships between co-workers are detrimental or enhance well-being. Negativity can be transmitted to students and affect student-teacher relationships.
There are 10 main types of toxicologists that can be identified. If you can’t, consider yourself lucky.
Gossip earns your trust, then discreetly eavesdrops while listening to group conversations. As soon as the principal is criticized, he rushes to pass on the information to the principal.
2. The culprit
This toxic teacher comments on classmates who come home early and get to work late, regardless of family situations or circumstances. Oftentimes, he writes pages of color-coded lesson plans and waits for his classmates to do the same.
We feel inferior every time we are in his presence.
3. The villain
This teacher brings more drama than the reality TV finale and sits at an adorable table in the staff room. Yes, there is a great table.
This teacher brings a lot of drama. It threatens others and makes them feel rejected and their opinions unimportant. This teacher tends to be a bully.
This teacher volunteers for anything and everything. He takes care of a lot of clubs and volunteers to attend meetings and then complains about everything. He expects to be rewarded for his additional tasks and when that is not the case, he is bitter and hostile.
5. Super Professor
Our classrooms are decorated and we are proud of them. Super Specialists always do the extra work. Usually, they come to our classes and talk about how they built an entire three-level jungle-themed book club.
6. Teacher “It’s your fault.”
It is first grade teachers who blame kindergarten teachers, high school teachers who blame middle school teachers and middle school teachers who blame middle school teachers for not preparing students in current education.
Going beyond responsibility and not taking responsibility doesn’t help anyone.
The goal of this type of teacher is to be the principal’s favorite. They bring the news to their boss, laugh at all his banal jokes, and nod in agreement as management piles up extra paperwork at staff meetings.
8. Cat Robber
It’s the teacher who comes to your class once a year to borrow something you’ll never see again.
He aims for good snaps, fun activities, and steals chocolate.
Getting rid of power is one thing, but when everything you say is negative and directed by others, you’re beyond the point. Getting rid of the force is one thing, but when everything that comes out of your mouth is negative and directed at others, you cross the line. Poopers have a huge black cloud hovering above them, sweeping away anyone who gets too close to a torrential downpour without a parachute.
This coworker immediately posts on social media any awards, achievements or educational awards he or she has received. There’s nothing wrong with bragging, but a thank you or an acknowledgment to a teacher friend is so much better than a constant stream of bragging letters.
Sometimes we can all be guilty of a small degree of toxicity. But it is important to remember that we are the best source of mental and professional help for our fellow teachers. We face the same issues, and empathy is essential to morale and a healthy learning environment. A small dose of kindness is good.
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