Amidst the various professions in the world, the role of an educator is often considered the most “noble”.
But, it’s also one of the most difficult to get a handle on.
The classroom demands several different knowledge and skills.
And, not all students turn out with the same performance, either.
Especially for beginner educators or even seasoned veterans who’ve gotten into a rut, it can all seem intimidating or tiresome.
In cases like these, it’s helpful to take cues from the Zodiac Signs.
After all, the role of an educator falls under the planet Mercury, which desires for “messages” to get spread via the lines of communication and the youth.
With the Zodiac, you can get to know the specific strengths and weaknesses of your sign as an educator.
Here’s a breakdown of each Zodiac Sign and their particular views on education, what their ideal classroom environment is, and what signs can make their best students.
Aries (March 21 – April 20)
Their View On Education: Often a clear thinker, Aries’s mindset runs contrary to the often modules approach to traditional education. As educators, they will often prioritize a student’s ability to make fast decisions. Thus, Aries’s field of interest will put a premium on that trait in any subject they teach.
Key Environment: The Aries will get the best results from students if they can make room for the students to communicate with each other. To them, the students should get a handle on their studies and prompt others to study, too. An Aries’ ideal classroom environment is as a facilitator of a corporate business team, which often involves high-stakes decisions.
Best Student: Taurus
Taurus (April 21 – May 21)
Their View On Education: In general, Taurus likes to take things at a slow pace. As such, they’re the kind of educator that considers the pace of others, too. And, they’re also the type to make sure students gain something tangible to show for their studies.
Key Subject: Indeed, a Taurus will prefer a methodical system to gauge a student’s capacities. If they can “scale” what subjects benefit particular students, then can cater a specific plan for them. Thus, a Taurus’s ideal classroom environment is that of a tutorial, which often covers student’s weaknesses.
Best Student: Gemini
Gemini (May 22 – June 21)
Their View On Education: Gemini might not come off as educator material, but they can hang with the best of them. They’re usually at the pulse of people’s interest and what’s popular with them. A Gemini’s quick and witty replies can often leave students a nice impression.
Key Environment: Though Gemini’s reserves of knowledge are usually trivial, they can provide them a unique advantage. Their curiosity can leave students a variety of things to converse about, even if it starts superficial. Thus, Gemini’s ideal class environment is similar to a café meetup, where topics, ideas, and subjects can get entertained casually.
Best Student: Cancer
Cancer (June 22 – July 22)
Their View On Education: Cancer is not a conventional classroom educator, that’s for sure. But, they got a place due to two reasons. First, those born under Cancer usually have a memory that retains a great deal of information, which is nice for the preservation of knowledge. And second, they tend to like certain subjects more than others, which can make them authority figures.
Key Environment: On a general scale, a Cancer can lecture or talk or instruct about a lot of things. Though their social skills can fall flat compared to their gifts in memory, it’s not usually a problem. A Cancer’s ideal classroom environment is a lecture hall for a group of students, preferably in subjects like history and literature, which need a vast amount of memorization.
Best Student: Leo
Libra (September 23 – October 22)
Their View On Education: Libra has many positive points when it comes to matters of education. They are often known for their tactful approach to concerns and questions that may get raised by their students. The Libra is a class diplomat, for sure, and the epitome of a pleasant educator.
Key Environment: Libra’s gifts of charm can help persuade students that would otherwise prove difficult for others. Thus, their ideal environment is where they can establish a decorum for students to find what’s correct and what’s not with regards to traditional classroom values. Thus, Libra is like a homeroom instructor to children and teens and a school principal to adults and elders.
Best Student: Scorpio
Scorpio (October 23 – November 21)
Their View On Education: Most would probably label a Scorpio as some person cooped up a study. And, that wouldn’t be inaccurate, especially when you take their tendencies into account. A Scorpio can get into a classroom subject deeply and uncover the strangest of things, which students can grow <