Teachers have stable work, two extra long holidays and good benefits, which is a desirable job. However, the number of teachers recruited is limited, and the teacher qualification certificate and teacher staffing are not easy to test. Many people may not be able to "go ashore" after many years of testing.
In addition, some schools also set some special requirements for posts when recruiting teachers. For example, they set unreasonable thresholds in their majors so that graduates who originally met the requirements could not apply. Recently, a primary school in Hangzhou recruited mathematics teachers, and the professional requirements set for academic qualifications have aroused heated debate.
This recruitment includes primary school Chinese, primary school mathematics, primary school English, primary school science, primary school art, primary school music and other disciplines, with the number of people ranging from 1 to 3. Except that the recruitment requirements for primary school mathematics are somewhat special, the recruitment of other disciplines is very normal.
What's special about the recruitment of primary school mathematics? Undergraduate students are required to major in primary education (teacher training), which is reasonable, while graduate students are required to major in landscape architecture.
The major of landscape architecture has almost nothing to do with the teaching of mathematics in primary schools. Isn't the major of primary education or mathematics more appropriate? Landscape architecture is an engineering discipline, not an education discipline, but an engineering discipline, which has a greater relationship with architecture or landscape architecture.
It's hard to understand. For the recruitment of primary school teachers, the academic requirements for graduate students are landscape architecture, but not mathematics graduates.
In this regard, the teacher in charge of recruitment in Hangzhou Jingzhou Primary School responded that because of the development needs of our school's characteristics, we recruited teachers in this direction.
I don't know how you will feel when you hear this explanation. I think it will be hard to convince people. This response can't be too evasive.
Since it is clear that the position recruited is a primary school mathematics teacher, should this teacher teach the primary school students the professional knowledge of landscape architecture or landscape design? Even if the teacher has such strength and ability, pupils may not have such knowledge reserves.
Students who take part in the preparation of examinations often mention the word "radish pit", which means that this post is tailored for this "radish", and others are running with it.
Is there a "turnip pit" for math teachers in Hangzhou primary school? We do not know, but we cannot rule out this possibility.
The reason is very simple. First, although the approval process for recruitment posts is becoming more and more strict, and the number of "radish pits" is less and less, it does not mean that there is no one. If a child from a related household wants to be a primary school teacher in this primary school, and he happens to be a master of landscape architecture, setting such recruitment requirements will eliminate competitors, which is tantamount to tailor-made posts.
Secondly, it is unreasonable to require graduate students to major in landscape architecture. To be frank, if they are required to major in primary school education or mathematics, which is a highly related major, I believe that everyone will not be suspicious. After all, only after learning the corresponding major, can they have a definite aim in teaching.
If undergraduate students require primary education (teacher training) majors, it is reasonable to have no professional requirements for graduate students. But this recruitment specifically proposed that the major of graduate students should be landscape architecture. Isn't it "there is no silver here"? Some netizens said that they suggested writing ID number directly.
I don't think it's strange that the professional requirements of Hangzhou primary school for recruiting primary school teachers will cause questions and discussions among netizens.
When the family background becomes a rising invisible threshold for entering higher education and employment, the channel for poor children to flow upward is also cut off artificially. No one wants to work hard and find a job after graduation, but become the "companion" of others.
Teachers' work is a job that everyone aspires to, but in the process of examination preparation and application, it will be difficult to accept the existence of "turnip pit". If recruitment units recruit talents, let job seekers rely on their real talents to win job opportunities, will it be better and more fair?
Interactive topic:. Primary school mathematics teachers require graduate students to be landscape architecture majors. Do you think it is a "turnip pit" or do you really need it?.