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Teaching is a tough profession that isn’t for everyone. Not only are you required to be an educator, you also act as a nurse, psychologist, quasi-parental figure, mentor and so much more. 

A current TikTok trend sees professionals in high-stress jobs such as teaching, nursing and paramedicine making videos listing things they wouldn’t do having experienced the job first hand. 

For example, a paediatrician made a TikTok saying she would not let her children play on trampolines after seeing numerous head and neck injuries from trampoline incidents in her own practice over the years.

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The teacher took to TikTok to reveal five things she would not do as a parent. (TikTok)

Following this trend, one teacher took to TikTok to add her own list of things she wouldn’t do to her son’s teachers as a teacher herself.

The TikTokker, whose real name is Emily Glankler but goes under @antisocialstudies, posts dedicated teaching content to an audience of almost half a million users.

“Here are five things I will never do as a parent to my kid’s teacher,” the teacher starts off by saying.

The first thing Glankler says she will not do as a parent to her kid’s teacher is request a meeting or phone call without clearly giving a reason for it.

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Glankler says similarly to an ominous email from your boss asking to chat, emails like this from parents can leave a teacher “terrified and full of dread for the rest of the day.” The teacher says to “just tell them” what you’d like to meet about.

The teacher also says she won’t be hanging out with her kid’s teacher longer than what is socially acceptable. “They don’t want to be your friend,” Glankler says bluntly, “they just want to go home…or start getting some of their work done.”

Teachers work hard to help our kids. (Getty)

Next Glankler contentiously says she will never “implicitly believe” her kid’s “version of events over their teachers.”

“One is a full formed adult with a prefrontal lobe and the other is a child who is paying attention at best 30 per cent of the time,” the teacher says.

This is where some commenters and parents disagreed with Glankler’s assertion.

“As a counsellor in public education, please always give your child the benefit of the doubt and don’t blindly, fully believe just the teacher!” one commenter pleaded.

Glankler was forced to clarify her comments, “you should implicitly believe your kid…you should believe them.” She said what she meant was for parents to not walk into a meeting with a teacher “assuming everything my kid said is the 100 per cent truth.”

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Glankler rounds the video off by adding that she “has a whole list of gifts I won’t be giving my teacher.” This included gifts that remind her she’s a teacher when she’s off the clock.

“I don’t need to be reminded every time I walk around my house that I am in fact a teacher.”

This was yet again another contentious comment.

“My wife decorates an entire Christmas tree with ornaments she’s received as gifts over the years. Student’s name and the year go on the ornament,” one person shared.

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Teaching is a tough profession that isn’t for everyone. Not only are you required to be an educator, you also act as a nurse, psychologist, quasi-parental figure, mentor and so much more. 

A current TikTok trend sees professionals in high-stress jobs such as teaching, nursing and paramedicine making videos listing things they wouldn’t do having experienced the job first hand. 

For example, a paediatrician made a TikTok saying she would not let her children play on trampolines after seeing numerous head and neck injuries from trampoline incidents in her own practice over the years.

READ MORE: Do not do this when your child is invited to a birthday party

The teacher took to TikTok to reveal five things she would not do as a parent. (TikTok)

Following this trend, one teacher took to TikTok to add her own list of things she wouldn’t do to her son’s teachers as a teacher herself.

The TikTokker, whose real name is Emily Glankler but goes under @antisocialstudies, posts dedicated teaching content to an audience of almost half a million users.

“Here are five things I will never do as a parent to my kid’s teacher,” the teacher starts off by saying.

The first thing Glankler says she will not do as a parent to her kid’s teacher is request a meeting or phone call without clearly giving a reason for it.

READ MORE: Teen boys unable to play basketball after neighbour’s outrageous complaint

Glankler says similarly to an ominous email from your boss asking to chat, emails like this from parents can leave a teacher “terrified and full of dread for the rest of the day.” The teacher says to “just tell them” what you’d like to meet about.

The teacher also says she won’t be hanging out with her kid’s teacher longer than what is socially acceptable. “They don’t want to be your friend,” Glankler says bluntly, “they just want to go home…or start getting some of their work done.”

Teachers work hard to help our kids. (Getty)

Next Glankler contentiously says she will never “implicitly believe” her kid’s “version of events over their teachers.”

“One is a full formed adult with a prefrontal lobe and the other is a child who is paying attention at best 30 per cent of the time,” the teacher says.

This is where some commenters and parents disagreed with Glankler’s assertion.

“As a counsellor in public education, please always give your child the benefit of the doubt and don’t blindly, fully believe just the teacher!” one commenter pleaded.

Glankler was forced to clarify her comments, “you should implicitly believe your kid…you should believe them.” She said what she meant was for parents to not walk into a meeting with a teacher “assuming everything my kid said is the 100 per cent truth.”

READ MORE: Mother-in-law’s ‘insane’ paternity gift causes family rift

Glankler rounds the video off by adding that she “has a whole list of gifts I won’t be giving my teacher.” This included gifts that remind her she’s a teacher when she’s off the clock.

“I don’t need to be reminded every time I walk around my house that I am in fact a teacher.”

This was yet again another contentious comment.

“My wife decorates an entire Christmas tree with ornaments she’s received as gifts over the years. Student’s name and the year go on the ornament,” one person shared.

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