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A Day in the Life of a Student in Estonia

By ContributorMay 11, 2010
Tinessael, we love that you compare your school to a Lady G video. —SparkNotes editors The article you’ve all been waiting... More  →
A Day in the Life of a Student in Estonia

A Day in the Life of a (dun dun dunnn) TEACHER!

By ContributorMay 10, 2010
cleptonun, you're so kind. During our senior year of high school, we couldn't picture our English teacher living in an... More  →
A Day in the Life of a (dun dun dunnn) TEACHER!

How to Charm a Teacher

By kat_rosenfieldMay 3, 2010
Every teacher has his pets—and we're not talking about that obese, stank-smelling gerbil sitting in a terrarium near the back of the... More  →
How to Charm a Teacher

Auntie SparkNotes: Hot for Teacher

By kat_rosenfieldApril 30, 2010
We had a big crush on our APUSH teacher. What can we say? He had floppy hair and coached lacrosse. Sometimes that's... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: Hot for Teacher

Cast of Characters: Theater Teachers

By Katie_RolnickMarch 30, 2010
The awesome factor of any class comes down to the teacher, and this is especially true of electives. If your teacher is... More  →
Cast of Characters: Theater Teachers

Things You'll Find In Your Meanest Teacher's Desk

By Jon_SkindzierMarch 17, 2010
You know the guy we're talking about—he glares at you with the fury of a thousand suns, and he fails everyone he... More  →
Things You'll Find In Your Meanest Teacher's Desk

Espionage: High School Edition

By Katie_RolnickMarch 15, 2010
Wouldn't it be totally amazing if your school gave everyone laptops? "Duh," you're thinking. Now, wouldn't it be totally amazing if the school planted... More  →
Espionage: High School Edition

Auntie SparkNotes: Telling Secrets, Having Backs

By kat_rosenfieldMarch 11, 2010
Auntie Sparknotes, My best friend has a problem with depression and his weight for the past four-five years or so, and I've been... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: Telling Secrets, Having Backs

The Four Types of Favorite Teachers

By Jon_SkindzierMarch 11, 2010
Identifying a plain old good teacher is pretty straightforward: he or she understands things, and teaches you about those things, and then... More  →
The Four Types of Favorite Teachers

How Not to Get Caught Off Guard in a Language Class

By ContributorMarch 5, 2010
Fantastic observations, ivayyy. We couldn't agree with these tips more. —SparkNotes editors Five minutes into class, and you’re already counting down... More  →
How Not to Get Caught Off Guard in a Language Class