Looking back, do you have a teacher whom you considered a bully in some sorts?
yes i have a female teacher that hated me because i was stupid. Her students are talented in her subject except me so she purposed sobbed in front of the class and claimed of her harsh life having to teach us. My classmates blamed me for being stupid and scolded me. I bet she was happy to bully me that way.
Yep. My 5th grade teacher used to pick on me in class, and try to get the other kids to laugh at me, to the point where my parents and the principal got involved. He had to apologize to me, and was told to leave me alone. Huge jerk!
Yes indeed; omg he was my 9th grade typing teacher! As 9th grade immature boys we had no idea why we should learn to type; thus we misbehaved in his class. We, in particular me, loved to hear him yell louder and louder, "stoph typing, stOPH TYPING, STOPH TYPING!" The only time I was innocent of not typing after he yelled, "STOPH" he was sure I was guilty. He walked back to me and my "cheap seat" (back row) and slammed his hand down on my shoulder not unlike a bully trying to influence a young guy out of something. I simply hit him and was forever banned from typing. Now I am looking at these keys as I type this...
Connorj, you are quite brave enough to be able to respond like that at a young age...
You give me too much credit; perhaps stupid and brave...
Some teachers if that happens, you will be referred to the disciplinary in-charge or the principal in that certain case...
I am a senior professor/psychologist/director of an Educator Preparation Institute. My high school rebellion years provided me with invaluable insight into the enigma of teaching and learning... If you Google Revelation Theory of Learning in quotes..
Your bullying experience must have an impact into where you are today, Sir John. Wow, you are a theory proponent already? Glad to know you here. Congratulations on your achievements so far. Thank you for sharing!
I had a Freshman Algebra teacher who had been through a nasty divorce. Instead of just going to counseling like most would, he decided to work it out in a classroom of young teenagers. Stories varied from the insane to the inappropriate. He openly blamed all women for his divorce, and therefore made quite a game of humiliating each and every female student in the class. When he wasn't engaged in targeted sociopathic humiliation, he was bad mouthing females in general. This was thirty years ago, and luckily for him there were no cell phone cameras. Looking back, I wish we had.
Yes, teachers can be bullies too
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by Baileybear 7 years ago
http://www.watoday.com.au/wa-news/youtu … 1bx3m.htmlApparently both boys got suspended. I can totally see how the bigger boy snapped. Sure, he went overboard, but I doubt anyone will attempt to bully him again
by websclubs 7 years ago
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by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
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