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Old 23-11-09, 11:38 AM   #1
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Default Teachers vs Student Conflicts

Hello,

Have you ever had a teacher that disrespected you? Has a teacher ever made you feel your worthless? I had that problem before! I'm sure everyone will reach a certain instructor that they dislike and will treat you unfair.

Do you ever stop to think if it's your fault? Hatred doesn't come by itself, something needs to plant to be able to grow. Have you ever came to a point in time asking yourself why someone hates you and what caused them? I'm pretty sure you have or will get to that point one day.

What's the best way to solve problems with the instructor/teacher? Why not contact the teacher by talking to her/him in a polite manner? Ask your parents or guardians to contact the school and talk with the teachers themselves to see what's happening.

Keep your parents/guardians involved with what happens at school. No matter how little, I'm sure they would love to know what goes on without getting a call from a staff member of the building.

What's the best way to avoid conflicts?:

  • Treat the teacher with respect.
  • Treat the equipment with respect as well.
  • Positive attitude (Don't walk into class and say, "I hate this class!".
  • Effort (Put an effort in your work and at least try. That's what get teacher's frustrated is lack of effort!).
  • Arrival to class. (Do not skip class, as it'll make the teacher furious why you didn't show up.)
  • Follow the classroom rules. (Following the classroom rules will help the best.)
  • Do not get an attitude with the teacher.
  • Be under the radar and not be very "known" that day in class, such as causing scenes.
  • Don't talk about the teacher behind her back, believe it or not she/he will find out.
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Old 24-11-09, 05:11 AM   #2
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i dont usually have direct conflicts with teachers..
although i have this one teacher who drives me crazy, i guess i do sort of complain about her to my friends though, but its not just me who disagrees with her, its my whole class.








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