Throughout the history of the Marvel Universe, Professor Charles has always been depicted with great reverence and respect as the wise and caring teacher.
I call shenanigans on that!
Dude enrolls his first class of eager young mutants, hungry for the knowledge and legitimacy that attending a swanky ass school for 'gifted' youngsters can score them - and what does he do?
He devises a syllabus centered around the hitting them with the giant, metal death machine he invented:
So then a bunch of years (and a shedload of dead students) later. That same murder machine gains sentience - forms itself a well-endowed, dreadlock sporting body and goes on a rampage.
Bringing all of his years of wisdom and experience to bear, how does the wise professor solve this problem? He finds himself a giant metal death machine and hits dudes with it:
God help us all if that guy gets tenure.
(Todays teaching assistance was brought to you courtesy of Astonishing X-Men#11 by Joss Whedon and John Cassaday. Elsewhere in this issue when not doing his best impression of 'Rubber Duck' from Convoy the Prof can be found busily playing keep-away with his enemies severed heads and playing practical jokes that involve tethering corpses to wheelchairs.)