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Educators are selling lesson plans to every other. Ana Kasparian, Brian Unger, as well as Amberia Allen, the hosts of The Young Turks, debate whether this is actually a great idea. Inform us what you think in the remark area listed below.

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65 comments

  1. Posted by quaxk, at Reply

    traditional education is obsolete, I learned everything I know on the internet, xvideos is the best real life school! 🙂

    • Posted by william mason, at Reply

      quad XnXx isn’t bad either it basically the same thing but instead of using white background which can be hard on the eyes sometimes. this one is a dark blue

    • Posted by seeamerica1, at Reply

      Der der…agree, cuz students in American public schools are not meant to become smart. Per Rockefeller the school system was formed to control the people & teach them only what the government wanted them to know. Which was train them up to be in low level occupations & keep them chasing the $$ rabbit

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Lisa Kazmier: _”skills learned outside of the internet”_
      What do think those skills might be? Please don’t say ‘critical thinking’.

  2. Posted by DJ Granny, at Reply

    Teachers are underpaid. I only make $400 a day teaching 7th grade social studies! I should be making as much as a doctor!

    • Posted by DJ Granny, at Reply

      +KAB 6489 I think you’re looking at 2003-2004 data….

    • Posted by hxvideo, at Reply

      DJ Granny no you are not, you can’t do hence teach, and you got all the vacation time…get a second job in McDonald

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      I think you should know that DJ Granny taught me for a semester.
      It was interesting. I’ll leave it at that.

    • Posted by DJ Granny, at Reply

      +hxvideo should I save up and buy a McDonald’s Franchise do you mean? I could afford it when my kids graduate and free up the $30k a year I spend sending them to private school….

    • Posted by torinju, at Reply

      “where did I complain that I was overpaid?”

      Technically, no, you did not complain that you were over paid as a teacher, since there is no way you are a teacher.

  3. Posted by PKNHET, at Reply

    i got mi educatshon from tyt. now i no 2 hate white men cos day r al evil. and al muslimms are the bestest nd u need many in ur cunytry to make it gud nd saf.

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Can we just stop talking about trolls the whole time?

    • Posted by RichOrElse, at Reply

      congratulations, keep practicing your english. education is important.

    • Posted by philpott kentucky, at Reply

      take that dogshit out of your mouth, son. You’re mumbling.

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Can we stop pretending that education is just about knowing how to spell?

  4. Posted by Darksider, at Reply

    Did Ana get a new nose?

    • Posted by daft wod, at Reply

      Darksider the nose got a new Anna

    • Posted by Griffin Dunn, at Reply

      Marty Sheklestein ok no. Ana is tough enough to not let internet comments get to her. She probably just got it because she wanted to.

    • Posted by Jonathan Rose, at Reply

      Yeah, several years ago.

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Today, she’s like Cyrano de Bergerac

  5. Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

    Ana’s so very under-educated. She should do weather in a thong.

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Iron Bowtie Recuse yourself. It’s unseemly letting that flop out,

    • Posted by humboldthammer, at Reply

      A green thong.

    • Posted by Bo McKinley, at Reply

      Miguel Rodriguez Trollops been at it since Ana got married I’m convinced it’s a jaded lover Jekyll/Hyde pretty dedicated too

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Bo McKinley
      Jaded? Do you mean jilted? It’s an amusing suggestion, but rumors need quashing early. I’d say humboldthammer has the right idea.
      Green thong ‘n’ prosthetic schlong combo!!

  6. Posted by carschmn, at Reply

    Most textbooks are written in Texas and are colored with Christian values. I’d rather have teachers getting information from other teachers than teachers teaching church doctrine.

    • Posted by Jessie Mathiesen, at Reply

      DJ Granny lying troll. if that were true I would see it on the nightly news

    • Posted by Jessie Mathiesen, at Reply

      johnmburt1960 Christian values? read some history. read about Christendom

    • Posted by johnmburt1960, at Reply

      Speaking as a Christian and as one who has studied the Bible and the history of Christianity, I respectfully disagree with you.

    • Posted by 9753flyer, at Reply

      @ Johnmburt

      If you actually studied the bible and the REAL, non-white washed church version of Christian history, then you would no longer call yourself a christian.. unless you are also a psychopath.

  7. Posted by Katie Lister, at Reply

    How often do you SOCIALLY meet a teacher? Hardly ever. Why? Because their work life monopolizes their personal time. I was a teacher when straight out of university… it is a labour of love. Emphasis on labour. You spend all of your waking time planning and evaluating. Whatever makes life easier for teachers to free up their time and still teach their students effectively should be advocated. Teachers deserve SO MUCH MORE than what they are compensated for. They are not just educators. Especially to young children, they are nutritionists, second parents, psychologists, doctors/nurses, and in some cases, they deal with politics and adversity/hostile situations with students/parents/the system… teachers carry so much weight. Give them the tools they need!

    • Posted by Margaret Garbincus, at Reply

      You are making many assumptions. I have been an art teacher for 16 years, but for 12 years before that I worked in the art field as a graphic artist. People have this misguided notion that because the school schedule for students is shorter than a typical workday that teachers only work during school hours. Nothing could be further from the truth. When I worked as a graphic artist, I went to work, then when I went home, I was done working for the day. Not so for teachers. Most days I come home, eat something, then get right back to work planning for the next day and grading projects from the previous days. During the summer I take classes (required to renew my license, but not paid for by my district) and have also taken part time work to help me pay back my student loans. And stress – really? You do not know stress until you work as a public school teacher – especially teachers who work in low-performing districts. Until YOU work as an educator YOU do not know the meaning of stress – I could go into all of the particulars if you like, but I need to get back to my grading right now….

    • Posted by DJ Granny, at Reply

      +Margaret I took three years to develop and create the material for what I teach. It’s working for me and my students. I’ve been teaching the same course for 15 years so I guess I’m lucky. Are you claiming they make you teach different subjects each year? You’re at a public school right?

    • Posted by DJ Granny, at Reply

      +Margaret oh I think you mean that if you teach English you can teach Humanities or Poetry and the like I see…

  8. Posted by tigwe6, at Reply

    I’m happy about the African American commentator because I think (as a first year ninth grade teacher) I have to disagree with Ana’s initial opinion that college instruction is harder (although she changed her mind later). I spend HOURS each night creating lessons because I have to incorporate art, technology and differentiated assignments because I teach in a school for English language learners. A college professor can lecture and doesn’t have to entertain while they teach. It’s not a necessity for them

    • Posted by Baman Foster, at Reply

      tigwe6 I don’t think she was saying teaching college was harder she was saying that it’s a bit more flexible so the college class should be more personal to the teacher.

    • Posted by Malek Ubuntu, at Reply

      That “African American Commentator” is Amberia Allen. Not only is she gorgeous, I just looked up her comedy skits and she is hella funny.

  9. Posted by SeaDubya, at Reply

    Not all teachers are creatives. Having someone with an amazing, engaging plan is better than what I can create. I have a wonderful personality, but my sense of design and beauty is not there.

    Now do a segment on OERs which is where we are writing our own books to free ourselves from the textbook companies. Textbooks are expensive and perpetuate inequality in schools. Also, get an education correspondent.

    • Posted by Katherine, at Reply

      SeaDubya I’ve always wished TYT would have an educational “correspondent” or something of the sort. It’s a profession that is very rich in history and there a ton of hot topics in education today that warrant an informed opinion from an experienced educator(s)

    • Posted by Cath' J J, at Reply

      K + SD : contact TYT directly re your educational correspondent desires. They no longer read youtube comments so this will not be noticed here.

  10. Posted by APTwist13, at Reply

    I need to bring this up to my mom, shes a first grade teacher and she has NO TIME TO HERSELF.
    She spends so much time making lesson plans that she doesn’t have the time to go to the doctor

    • Posted by jmitterii2, at Reply

      I think your mom has a separate family. There’s no way a person needs to spend that long planning for a 1st grade class. And after a few years, you would only need to tweak your year long plan.

  11. Posted by Jenni Lee, at Reply

    look at all the triggered snowflakes in the comment section 😂😂😂😂

    Conservatives are the biggest babies of them all.

    • Posted by daft wod, at Reply

      Jenni Lee at least we all admit that ‘triggered snowflakes’ are useless humans

    • Posted by 87168, at Reply

      haha you used the words “triggered” and “snowflake”. how original.

    • Posted by Jenni Lee, at Reply

      87168, oh hunny, you don’t get it.

  12. Posted by TheresasTravels, at Reply

    As a former teacher, I can attest to the value of these websites. Elementary teachers have A LOT to do outside of teaching time (grading, decorating, parent communications, newsletters, evaluations, report cards, crafts for special activities, changing bulletin boards, etc. etc.). Elementary teachers aren’t given a whole lot of down time during the day to actually get this stuff done (the vast majority of their time is spent teaching and/or monitoring classrooms), so it frequently ends up being done on teachers’ personal time. Since teachers are already making very little money, any area that a teacher can cut down on extraneous work is welcome. I purchased a number of things from that website, and it didn’t make me any less invested in the lesson. Instead, it freed my time up to improve other areas in the class (like finding better incentives and/or disciplinary techniques, making up fun activities to do, etc.). It also took some of the burden of the job off of me, which made me a better-rested teacher with more patience (and trust me, you need an abundance of patience). These sites are amazing.

    Besides, why are teachers inventing and re-inventing the wheel over and over again? We’re all teaching the same things… why not crowd-source the ideas and use the ones that are the best? Why should teachers be expected to waste time creating a lesson that has been created by 500 other people already?

    • Posted by Jordan Voltz, at Reply

      I do. Whenever I create something that helps me with my job, I share it. Why would I keep it to myself when I could help others with it?

    • Posted by Jordan Voltz, at Reply

      In fact, there are many facebook groups where teachers share material with each other.

    • Posted by Glitter Meets Glue, at Reply

      No one is sharing 100 – 200 page documents with the level of detail and sophistication in a Facebook group. And I’m in many, so I know what’s being shared.

    • Posted by Barry Nichols, at Reply

      The Department of Education should be supplying the tools to make things easier.

  13. Posted by sbr1978, at Reply

    Teaching is one of the few professions that everyone feels like they are an expert and can weigh in on how this job should be done. To instruct a doctor, engineer, plumber or a construction worker about how they do their job correctly would be seen as ridiculous if you were not one of those professionals. Yet, those of us who are teachers are continually beset by this problem.

    • Posted by Katherine, at Reply

      sbr1978 Well put. A while ago I saw an article titled, “The Titans of Education”, featuring the likes of Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates. What an insult.

      How many times do we hear (from everyone, up to and including the President) that the pub ed system is “broken” and teachers must do a better job, yet we hear nothing about bankers needing to do better or proposals for banking reform (even after the recklessness that caused the Great Recession) or doctors needing to improve their outcomes and methodology (prescribing pharmaceuticals for everything, often addressing symptoms rather than trying to figure out their cause, etc).

      Educators at every level must take back their power and their voices in the narrative on education. We are the experts, not some billionaire philanthropists who don’t know the first thing about the history, facts, or realities of teaching.

    • Posted by Aaron Hoy, at Reply

      +sbr1978 +Katherine
      There are 2 main reasons for this I believe.
      1) Teachers are such a vital component of the system of societal indoctrination.
      2) Delusional belief that they can ignore societal problems & use teachers as some type of hack if they can just figure out the exact right way to teach kids. That way they don’t have to bother trying to fix the actual problem which would require resources, time, effort, etc…

      Those other professions don’t have to deal with this issue because the only thing people care about their work is only that it is done correctly at a reasonable price & in a reasonable amount of time. Having teacher’s actually educate children, not just memorize (x) facts but to truly educate them, is about at the bottom of the list (if on the list at all,) of priorities… so why would they see involving themselves in how it is done as being an issue?

    • Posted by Lebron James, at Reply

      sbr1978 well all of us spend up to like 20 years of 5 days a week 6 hours a day talking, observing, etc. with teachers so i think we know a lot about the job and how hard it can be

    • Posted by Katherine, at Reply

      Lebron James While it is true that most students spend a lot of time with teachers, a student’s experience learning is still quite different from an educator’s experience teaching.

      Much of the work in teaching actually takes place outside the classroom and is not observable by students (e.g., setting and defining objectives, lesson planning, creating/finding materials, devising ways to differentiate and scaffold instruction so every student learns, incorporating state standards, assessment, writing IEPs, and much much more).

      One could spend an equal amount of time observing a surgeon perform surgeries, but would similarly not be able to conclude why he/she does exactly what he does, why he/she uses a different technique on a different person, etc.

      Expertise and a true understanding of any profession result from devoting a lot of time to studying and practicing a craft, as well as first-hand experience.

  14. Posted by seejaystj, at Reply

    This is collaboration between teachers with compensation for their time and effort. Plain and simple.

    If you have never gotten ideas, insight, materials, or a more effective way to do something – then you’ve done the same thing. Teachers who work together to accomplish best practice methods serve their students on the highest level.

    Stop saying teachers are taking a short cut or implying that their lazy. They’re trying to find the best way to skin the cat.

    • Posted by D E, at Reply

      Americans love implying teachers are lazy. It’s like a national past time there.

    • Posted by Sadie K, at Reply

      yes, and teaching seems to be the only profession where it’s more work to call in sick and have to prep for a sub than to just suffer through and teach yourself. Even if a complete lesson was used from a site like this, not just collaborative incorporation, sometimes it’s necessary when you feel like you’re dying and need to have something ready for your replacement.

    • Posted by emil guillen, at Reply

      seejaystj the students will just pay for the membership and get the answers.

    • Posted by Sadie K, at Reply

      emil guillen that’s not how the site works but nice try

  15. Posted by Donald Bo, at Reply

    OK then presidents who sign book deals for their stories is OWNED by the public. WTF Leave the Teachers alone

  16. Posted by Hobbes Tiger, at Reply

    Of course, when students try to save time and search for prepared stuff online, they are considered lazy and punished for it -_-

  17. Posted by Eay Dagawd, at Reply

    Lol. He said MLK is irrelevant. Take that black teacher lady with a wig

  18. Posted by Jessie Mathiesen, at Reply

    this is cool but they could also use the many vacation days they have to make the years lesson plans. or the 2 months every summer