The exponential growth of tuition sales and expenditure makes it patently obvious that parents respect private tutors more than teachers. If parents are forking out money for tuition, then it would mean that civil teachers are very ineffective in their vapid teaching and impregnating confidence in students. The question is: What are teachers doing? Are they flippant, lax and unoccupied, and what they do is to just to craft devious examination questions and contemptuously deride underachieved students?
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You're correct of course, but that does not make it right. How many people in Ireland nowadays can afford it? I work in the private field as well, but that doesn't make it just for the whole community.
Unfortunately not many! I gained funding for private tuition and I'm saving every cent to be able to go back to one when I finish this degree, Lecturers will let you contact them anytime, they help as much as they can and they are always available!
I DO wish you all the BEST. Life can be quite challenging, but it is through those challenges that it is SO MUCH MORE REWARDING.
I agree. So many people use the teacher as the go to person for blame, there are many different factors in the equation and the student and family should be looked at first. There is only so much a teacher can or should be expected to do.
I understand that you are a dedicated and hardworking teacher, but how about those teachers who are complacent, corrupted and inefficient? Not all teachers can have the same attitude as you, so the problem will still be pervasive... ...