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Poll: What do you think of your teachers? (8 member(s) have cast votes)

I think my teachers are...

  1. awesome xD (3 votes [37.50%])

    Percentage of vote: 37.50%

  2. only some of my teachers are awesome (5 votes [62.50%])

    Percentage of vote: 62.50%

  3. I respect them and all but I don't really like them... (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

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bluegreen

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Posted 24 August 2012 - 10:09 PM ( #1 )

Let's get straight to the point. Teachers are supposed to help us learn stuff but sometimes they teach the wrong stuff. My old social studies teacher pronounced cacao as kah-kay-oh but that's wrong and it confuses me and now I don't know how to pronounce it... :(
And once when I showed some preschoolers my science experiment, their teacher said "Did you saw that?" OMG how will the little kids turn out in the future if they are surrounded by people like this? But I did have an awesome teacher once, he taught me music in grade 5, best music teacher ever!!! He wasn't strict and his classes were fun. I still remember him from grade 5 even though now I'm in high school.

Edited by bluegreen, 24 August 2012 - 10:11 PM.


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Posted 25 August 2012 - 03:48 PM ( #2 )

my gym teacher is waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too strict!!!

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Posted 25 August 2012 - 05:02 PM ( #3 )

I resoect the old school teachers who are strict but if u show them respect, they can be really funny

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Posted 04 September 2012 - 01:44 AM ( #4 )

I don't like ANY of the teachers from my old school. They mainly just yelled and over-reacted about punishments. Practically everyone lost 5 minutes of their morning break because of helping the person next to them with their work, because that equals talking in class which is not allowed. And the teacher got maths wrong occasionally...for example, as a class we had to work out something on a number line; 5,000 subtract (500 x 5) or something, and I worked out pretty early in the lesson it was 2,500 but the teacher wrote 2,000 on the whiteboard! Then we ended up wasting a lot of the lesson on a argument over whether it was 2,500 or 2,000, in which most of the class took the teacher's side. But someone used a calculator to do it and it turned out my answer was actually correct.

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Posted 17 September 2012 - 09:36 PM ( #5 )

english teacher omg shes great and really funny
math teacher shes super cool??? kinda strict but really jokey too
science teacher wow she's really laidback and really funny i super like her
art teacher she is just wow really great teacher
drama teacher wow she's really great at emotions but a little strict i guess?
socials teacher wow he's cool and i hear he likes mlp:fim omg
gym teacher kinda strict and kinda mean? but still p cool { kinda hard on us tho oh well }
french teacher shes nice but her method of teaching french isnt really that great

my old teachers were good but i adored my grade 5 teacher she was just really?? great wow

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Posted 17 September 2012 - 10:32 PM ( #6 )

English - I don't really like her teaching methods but she's really nice, and is from the same area as meeee
Maths - Really sweet, she's pretty small but uber friendly ye
Science - Both of them like me, they think I'm a good student. Are really nice to me and listen to my ideasss
Social Studies - sense of humor, a good teacher, one of my nicest teachers
P.E - Funny, she can be sassy when she wants to
Drama - My drama teacher is really funny, he can be serious if he wants though - likes to tease the whole class
Art - Loud, loves singing but can get really grumpy
Japanese - kinda strict in a way, has good teaching methods, really bad jokes thooo

Edited by SugaryGoesRAWR, 17 September 2012 - 10:32 PM.


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Posted 18 September 2012 - 01:20 AM ( #7 )

In most of my school year things weren't too bad. I lived in a small rural town and usually if you didn't give the teachers crap then they would have your back on most things. I actually found that when I went to college that some of the teachers were purely there to grab a paycheck and were not invested in the success of their students.

I was going to study graphic design. I took an elective of intro to art even though I have years of background in art already from highschool and personal training. I took it for the heck of it cause I figured it would be an easy A.

The class was boring for me, but I started to notice some other students struggling a bit. One guy in particular seemed a bit behind the rest of the class and yes, he asked a lot of questions, but if I had no idea about anything in art, I would too. After the first few weeks I noticed that the teacher would actually completely ignore his questions and just bulldoze right through anything he wanted to know and skip it entirely. For the first few times I actually interjected and helped him understand what she was talking about because I know that electives people don't usually study, but the guy seemed genuinely interested in the subjects, just a little lost.

That teachers attitude actually made me really upset. I mean, we're PAYING for the lesson - at least put some effort into teaching it. I stopped going to the class after a while.... I was also terribly depressed at the time and just starting to get really sick. I couldn't even handle being around a woman like that. She was inconsiderate, rude, and totally should not have been a teacher.

Other than that, I had a math teacher that used to say area like "air-ie-er" - kinda bugs me, but she was from Connecticut, so who was I to judge how they say area....

-Purn
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