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Future Teacher: Laughing At Other's Dream

I have always been thinking about becoming a teacher. The most ideal would be if I will teach both Modern Mathematics and Additional Mathematics, advisor + coach for volleyball club, and assigned to teach in MRSM TGB. That's my dream :)

If I am going to be interviewed (which I'm sure I will), I want to tell that some of my inspirations came from reading manga about teachers. Is it absurd? I don't think so. I believe almost anything in this world can inspire you, just like how the mangas like Great Teacher Onizuka inspired me more to become a teacher. If the interviewer think that is funny, then I will tell them that that's what I am going to teach to my students: to go chase your dream no matter what other people tell you even if it is absurd or unconventional.

My goal is set on what I want to become. The only problem is the path. But a future teacher shouldn't give up before telling his student to "never give up". Even if I fall right now, I will make sure my dream will be realized. Failing is not the end, the end is when you choose to lie down instead of stand and move forward.


  1. jumpa kat tgb nanti ya !
    (sekali, meja kau dengan aku sebelah-sebelah. urgh)

  2. meja cikgu Math ngan cikgu English takkan dekat2 nye la haha

  3. not admirable enough, let's wait until I can realize it one day :)


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