9 Great Reads From CNET This Week: Great Resignation, Minecraft, 'Uncharted' and more
Why teachers might be next up in the Great Resignation, how Minecraft is teaching kids to deal with climate change, what the director of Uncharted sees as the biggest mistake in video game movies, and lots more to boot.
Teaching is hard work. Don't believe me? You try keeping the attention of two dozen or more kids -- second graders, high school sophomores, doesn't matter -- and guiding them through the lesson plans you crafted and refined, through five or six classes a day, without much real break time, working pretty much solo. Oh yeah: The pay's lousy.
That's not even factoring in the strangeness of pandemic teaching, from Zoom lessons to ever-shifting health guidelines, which has taken a toll. "I don't know how much longer we will have teachers who will put up with the pressures coming from all different angles," a middle school teacher from Austin, Texas, told CNET's Antonio Ruiz-Camacho. In a feature story this week, Ruiz-Camacho digs into how the teaching profession can hold it together and maybe not get rocked by the Great Resignation that's swept through other fields.
That story is among the many in-depth features and thought-provoking commentaries that appeared on CNET this week. So here you go. These are the stories you don't want to miss.
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