While not paying attention to my actual teacher I starting thinking about what Hetalia characters would be like as teachers, this is what I came up with…
Germany - Angry math teacher who everyone is terrified of on the first day. Very strict about attendance and completing homework. He works everyone hard though cause he wants them to succeed.
Italy - Super laid back art teacher who had questionable pictures of half naked women all over the room. Brings food for the class like every Friday and inspires kids to peruse art.
Japan - Culinary teacher, very calm and reasonable but always puts way too much salt in the recipes.
Romano - Dance teacher, just picture it. (I don’t know if Dance is actually a class you can take but shhhh pretend)
Austria - Music teacher, no one else really has him except the band and music kids, but to them he’s a roll model and they all love him. He plays for every school assembly.
Hungary - Health teacher who wanted to be gym teacher and is salty about not being gym teacher but still very fun
Spain - Kind of obvious but Spanish teacher. Very laid back and all the girls take his class cause they think he’s hot. He connects well with the students though and often helps them with personal problems.
Prussia - German teacher, since he has the same last name as Germany they all get really scared thinking its him, but them Prussia rolls into class on his wheely chair and sunglasses. He’s a weird and crazy teacher who everyone either hates or loves.
France - French teacher, very passionate about his language and gets into arguments with England over which is better. Shows the class like a billion French songs and Romance movies dubbed in French. Always comments when students are talking about their relationships.
England - Grouchy, closet alcoholic English teacher who everyone thinks is boring at first but he gets really into his classes and gets into debates with students over wether Shakespeare is necessary to learn or not. Everyone’s favourite teacher to make fun of.
America - Gym teacher, really fun and everyone loves him but he accidentally works them way too hard. Plays dodgeball every second day and gets way too into it. Makes fun of every teacher behind their back to make his students laugh.
Canada - Nerdy computer science teacher who’s always forgotten at staff meetings. (Idk what it is with me and Canada being a computer nerd) every one calls him to fix their computer every time it glitches out. Sometimes Canada and America will teach each other’s classes and know nothing about it but have lots of fun.
Poland - Drama teacher, I just really want Poland to be the flamboyant drama teacher who teaches students how to be themselves up on stage and loves shy kids and seeing them express themselves through acting.
Lithuania - Another English teacher, very calm and nice but always comes to class looking slightly drained, no one knows what’s wrong with him.
Estonia - Another Math teacher that everyone hopes to get instead of Germany, he used to be the computer science teacher so he’s pretty techy and does cool stuff while showing notes in class.
Russia - Guidance councillor who everyone’s afraid to go see and he doesn’t understand why.
Ukraine - Biology teacher who loves when students are enthusiastic about Biology and accidentally knocks stuff over. Is also way to easy going about dissecting and it freaks people out.
Denmark - Crazy chemistry teacher with the crazy hair, his hair is a school joke as everyone is trying to figure out just what hair gel he uses.
Norway - Physics teacher who has a feud with Denmark over which science is better. People fall asleep in his class a lot since he’s so monotone but he doesn’t understand what they’re talking about when they point it out to him.
China - History teacher who gets way too into the lessons and unconsciously acts stuff out. Strict rules about completing work on time.
Okay….. I am tired of seeing one-dimensional characterizations of Belarus and I know that happens with all characters to some extent, but it is particularly bad with her. So here are some cool facts I found about Belarus that make her a more round character:
-she is really into the occult and is a great fortune teller
-she can see ghosts but Latvia says she’s so intimidating even ghosts would avoid her
-she may or may not speak Polish
-she zones out all the time. Her mind will just go blank and she’ll stare at something (like her bow) for hours on end. One time she watched white noise on tv for three hours. Occasionally she’ll have a jolt realization that the day has ended and night came without her noticing
-she is very strong, both physically and of heart and will, though the latter only shines through in negative ways
-she’s “extremely vulgar” in the calmest, most casual tone of voice
-she’s been into rock music lately
-she’s a good acrobat. Her gymnasium is her pride
-America took her in after the Soviet Union collapsed and she thought only bad things came from associating with Russia
-Russia values her opinion and /they can get along peacefully/. Belarus is pretty attached to Ukraine. Ukraine worries about her
-she has an EXTREMELY negative view of humans
-she thinks philosophically about death, specifically her own, a lot. Since she knows she will die eventually, she tries to appreciate the moment
-she loves her traditional clothing
-she is perpetually annoyed by American ghosts, who apparently don’t even bother hiding, like a normal ghost would
-she prank calls Lithuania. And you know that thing where someone calls you and doesn’t say anything, they just breathe into the phone? She does that to Poland
-when she lived with America she completely sapped that guy of all his endless energy; she made him so tired he started trying to get rid of her