1. “The Broadcaster” reads passages from a text while requesting that students take notes. This one also goes to the staff lounge for a tea break after the lesson. They portray themselves as successful people.
2. The Delegator: Assigns tasks to the monitor and the learner with the best handwriting. use social media during class.
3. The Makeup Artist: overly concerned with fashion and makeup application. is skimpily dressed. They primarily teach English and literature.
4. The Braggart: Spends the majority of the lesson boasting about how smart they were in school, their achievements, and how they helped family members. Half of the lesson is imparted.
5. The Stone-faced: Constantly wears sura ya kazi. Due of fear, their classes are typically full and quiet. On their phones, they have all loan-related apps.
6. The Latecomer: This individual graduated from college while Kenyatta was still in office. They arrive 10 minutes late for class, but leaving is difficult because students must drop their spoons halfway through lunch.
7. Multitasker: Breaks up lessons midway through to take care of a personal matter; perhaps they forgot a baby in the staff room or kitchen, or they need to take a call from a relative in the US.
Most lessons come to an abrupt end.
8. The Comedian: They could have joined Churchill Live, but they wound up in history or kiswahili class rooms for some reason. Math is not taught there. Finding a witty math teacher is difficult.
9. They have obsessive compulsive disorder, or Miss OCD. They can’t even touch the duster for fear of throwing up their intestines. They have four hankies, moist wipes, and tissue.
10.The OCS: This individual could have enlisted and defended Kenya in Somalia. They somehow ended up in college, where they are currently teaching Biology and Chemistry. The discipline masters are they.
11. Diet Consultant: This student sneezes frequently and skips most of the meals provided by the school. understands the value of pumpkin and cord liver oil. carries a water bottle and a charger.
12. The IT Guru: All digital devices are operated by them.