I'm majoring in Early Childhood Education with a minor in Special Education. Though from time to time I also think it would be cool to major in Library Information Sciences. Sooo...librarian or kindergarten teacher it is for me.
As I said before, gonna major in Culinary Arts. Studying for your hobby is the best thing in the world, as its basically allowing you to get paid in the future for doing your hobby. Love your job is the best mantra to go by, and I wouldn't have it any other way.
Ugh, I've had teachers like that and honestly... I always find myself sat there like "yeah I could do this all on my own". Not much you can do really, other than follow Scarf's suggestion; a boring teacher is a boring teacher. :/
Try dealing with a chemistry teacher 3 years straight who can in one 45 minute class manage to fill up and erase a standard size whiteboard 4 times over. It was a delirious futile effort to even make sense of Chemistry, even if you loved the subject. You either needed the iron will to study by yourself and make sense of it on your own, or go to an out of school curriculum program. Got nothing but flat D's from that class, and I personally love chemistry. And this is a high school mandatory class we're talking bout here.
My current math teacher is pretty amusing. He's one of those older, southern gentlemen who infuses his speech with a lot of character. Definitely makes math a lot more interesting than it would otherwise be.
Also, my last class was cancelled today, saw a sign on the door that said so. Go to the bathroom, come out, and see all of the students in there. I guess a big sign on the door wasn't enough to get their attention.