It sounds ridiculous, but a game is being developed by Math Teachers Network (MNT) that aims to allow maths teachers to earn a free pass from being deemed the “best” in their class.
“We’ve been talking about this for years,” said Math Teachers’ Network (MTN), which has been developing the new game for some time.
“It’s about getting more people involved in maths, and we’re not really sure where it’s going to come from.”
The idea behind the new video game was developed by teacher and maths tutor Jerome Adams, who was also working on a video game called “Dinosaur” and “The Lost World”.
The game is set in the same universe as the “Game of Thrones” series of games, which is a TV series about the adventures of the Lord of the Rings.
The MNT is also trying to launch the game in the UK, where a pilot is being created by the school system to help maths teachers make a profit.
But it’s not just teaching jobs that are at risk from the new “dynamic” game.
“[The pilot] is a game that is completely about a person’s ability to perform their job well,” said Mr Adams.
And he has some advice for people considering the idea: “Be really careful about what you’re thinking.
If you’re a really bad teacher, you could get banned.
If there’s no money in the world for you to play a game like that, it’s very risky.”
‘I don’t think there is any room for doubt’The pilot is currently in the testing phase.
Mr Adams says the idea is to give maths teachers a chance to earn some extra money, and to provide a bit of fun for the pupils.
He says the game will have a limited release and he has already received feedback from parents, students and teachers.
It will not be available on the iPad or Android devices.
One of the primary features of the game is the ability to rank the pupils in terms of ability and skill.
Each pupil will be ranked according to how well they are doing.
However, Mr Adams said he was not interested in being the best teacher in the class.
“I’m not interested,” he said. “I don