I am still a student myself... but even I have found that teaching is huge
in nursing. At every bend, you are the one that needs to impart your knowledge.
I spent my last semester doing a rotation on the spinal unit of an orthopedic hospital, and we were forever doing patient education... on everything from proper ergonomics, to pain meds. Also, before any patient is discharged, you will need to ensure you go over any final dr instructions to clarify and ensure patient understanding.
Although I haven't had any experience with it, I would imagine that home health care would require a great deal of teaching as well... After all there isn't someone available 24hrs, & you need to ensure that a patient understands what is & isnt normal for their condition. (Also how to comply & why it's important to comply!)
Only you know whether or not this is the right field for you to be in, but if teaching is where your heart is, try focusing on teaching while you are going through your clinicals! See if that helps with your perspective before you drop out of a program you've invested so much into! If nothing else, your patients will thank you for it!