Wrong board: “Teacher unhealthy” blames teachers
When Harbin Medical University surveyed the mental health of teachers in key middle schools in Harbin, it found that 35% of the teachers were unhealthy.
Professor Chen Li, director of the Department of Medical Psychology, School of Public Health, Harbin Medical University, told reporters that some of the teachers ‘unhealthy psychology manifested as emotional abnormalities, some were personality defects, some were adaptation problems, and severely had obsessive-compulsive disorder with neurotic manifestations.
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To be honest, as a front-line teacher, I am not surprised that so many teachers have mental illness.
A young teacher in the school where I worked caused mental illness due to unsatisfactory work arrangements and was admitted to a psychiatric hospital.
I even feel that I may have some kind of mental illness recently because I have become ill-tempered and I am often inexplicable.
As reported, teachers ‘bad psychological status often has negative effects on students, treating students as “scapegoats”, hindering students’ own growth, leading to various acts of violence, affecting the quality of teaching, and even causing social risk factors.
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But I thought that the old teacher was swearing because of a mental illness, and it was an abnormal state of mind caused by the long-term pressure for further studies.
This is something that no one wants to see. This is the result of exam-oriented education.
However, I have seen such a comment, “The teacher’s mental illness in treating students as” scapegoats “deserves to be” pointed by thousands of men “and” a thousand mouths swearing. ”
In a word, all teachers who are mentally savvy must first be “laid off”, and those who are light can be re-employed after treatment. Those who are serious should retire early and not be allowed to engage in this sacred and lofty educational cause. Otherwise, students will be sorryI am also sorry that the school is even more sorry for the sacred and lofty educational cause. It will even become a “sinner of all ages”, or at least “sin to the people.”
” 这是什么话？Even if teachers take students as scapegoats because of their mental illness, they should not get such extreme punishment as “laying off,” and they should not be the object of “thousands of men” and “a thousand mouths swearing.”
How can teachers’ mental illness caused by exam-oriented education make teachers take responsibility?
Teachers are also victims of the exam-oriented education system, and teachers cannot be scapegoats for the exam-oriented education system.
To blame the “teacher’s mental health” on the teacher is the wrong board, the wrong target!
If you really want to do this, it will hurt the feelings of the teachers. It is a stupid thing that “the relatives hurt, the enemy is fast”!
In recent years, under the influence of the market economy and the test-oriented education system, the status of teachers, especially those in primary and secondary schools, has deteriorated.
Regardless of the scores in the eyes of parents or administrative executives at all levels, all types of schools regard the rate of advancement as the number one priority.
The assessment of teachers only depends on the high performance of the teaching subject, and the ranking even reaches a few digits after the decimal point.
Under such ranking pressure, even the national athletes’ body cannot afford such toss, let alone the teacher group whose physical condition is already bad?
Under the examination-oriented education system, both teachers and students have become slaves of grades without exception, and teachers’ professional dignity and moral sense have disappeared.
I even think that the group of teachers is not respected more than ever before.
To gain professional dignity, teachers must first protect their right to work. The so-called “last elimination system” used on teachers is a crime against education.
Examination rankings are inherently unreasonable, and taking the teachers’ jobs at will according to an unreasonable system is not only extremely irresponsible to the teachers themselves, but also extremely irresponsible to the education cause.
In developed countries and regions in the West, no matter how flexible the employment system is and how high the unemployment rate is during the trough of the economic cycle, the employment opportunities of primary and secondary school teachers are protected from the effects of fluctuations in the economic cycle.
Giving teachers a dignity as a model can inspire them to have a noble, dedicated, and caring work ethic.
Teachers’ mental disorders require treatment, but changing the environment that causes them is more important than medical treatment alone.
Teachers as a whole need to be respected by society as a whole, not just those who have passed high marks.
In other words, China’s education is really hopeful only if everyone truly respects the teacher community from the heart.