If you haven't listen to it yet, why not? If you're not subscribing to his podcast, quit wasting space on your iPhone and go subscribe now: The Joe Rogan Experience.
Joe's podcast follows the great principle of George Iles - "Whoever ceases to be a student has never been a student." In academic jargon, this is known as the life-long learner.
Specifically, the 105th podcast is special to me because Joe expresses similar sentiment about educators that I've been hung up on since becoming one. Take a listen here and then you'll understand why the very need for books like the one below is so offensive to me.
Yes, I understand we don't do it for the money. I get it, but it doesn't help the under-appreciated role teachers have in society when we're working part-time jobs between grading papers and professional development or (and this is the worst-case scenario) must choose to quit teaching and move to an administrative position in order to make enough money to sustain a family.
Go subscribe to The Joe Rogan Experience already! Evolve your perspective!
If you really want an education on modern philosophy, also check out Adam Carolla's podcasts.
|Shouldn't the REAL educators be livid about this?|