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Posted 5/2/13
I have gotten along with all my teachers I think, lol i dont know what goes around in their heads
but i know one of my friend who is a girl was bullied by a teacher and it got spread around and the teacher got fired lol no one really liked that teacher anyway so it was nice..
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Posted 5/2/13
one time before, some teachers at my school were, what society calls, "Stuck-up bitches" most of them just never got along with me and I hd to endure that for 4 and a half years.
Posted 5/2/13
I've never been bullied by a teacher but one teacher in high school didn't like me for some reason.....I was always respectful and never back talked her....she sucked at teaching anyways.
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Posted 5/2/13
I had this teacher who would call us kids idiots. (ノಠ益ಠ)ノ彡┻━┻

She was real creepy too. Back then, whenever someone got into an argument with this one other boy, she would instantly choose to defend him. We all suspected she had a thing for him. Even HE felt it was gross.

She also went out of her way to trip the other kids up. Kids lie, that happens but she's an adult. I remember this one time she made one of my friends cry because he lied about going to Italy.

When it comes to me, she rejected ALLOT of my homework because she didn't believe I was the one that did them. In front of everyone she said "You're too stupid to write this". Lucky for me, my mom was NOT having any of her sh!t that day! We went to the principle HERSELF and made sure she would do something about this women. After that she didn't pull that crap anymore but I could feel her hostility for me. A kind of "I can't believe to told on me" vibe. Seriously, It's been years since then but I cannot understand how she ever became a teacher. =/
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Posted 5/3/13
No, not even once
Posted 5/3/13
I charmed my way out of situations and some teachers did not appreciate this
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22 / M / England
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Posted 5/3/13
Couple tried cause I was a cocky little shit when I was younger but generally it didnt end so well when I knew more about their subject than they did as a 16 year old brat
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Posted 7/19/13
once.. i had to send my mom to the clinic and i missed a class.. my lecturer ask my MOM a hand written letter.. she wanted an apologise from my mom for making me missed a class.. bloody hell rude woman
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25 / M / Buffalo, NY
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Posted 7/19/13
yes

i'd rather not go into detail about it but it was horrible and caused me to withdraw from school.
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24 / M / Jamaica
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Posted 7/19/13
I was severely bullied by my third grade teacher because she was friends with my stepmother who was also a teacher at that school. In effect she was harassing me because my stepmother did not like my mom, I only found after I graduated elementary school, it was messed up.
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28 / M / Atlanta, GA
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Posted 7/19/13
I used to get sent to detention pretty routinely by one of my science teachers. She had to split up a few of us because we'd never be paying attention, so I ended up having to sit at one of the lab tables like an outcast lol.

That didn't last long, because I'd routinely draw pictures on my paper instead of taking notes, and used to make "Help Me" signs and pretend to be a prisoner over there. Friends thought it was lulzy, teacher on the other hand, didn't. After that anytime I made a noise I'd get sent to detention. I look like the harasser here, but I'm really the victim you see. The teacher failed to make the class interesting, so our attention drifted and we fooled around most days. Was one of my favorite classes in school though, mostly because we had so much fun till we got split up.

Probably wasn't bullying, but alot of times I got sent to detention for the most ridiculous reasons. Like if I dropped a book on the ground and it made a loud noise, it was nonsense.

I did have one of those bogus prerequisite classes in school though, it was a public speaking class. The idea of a public speaking class I thought was to learn to talk to a room. So we had to pick a topic and talk about it for 5 minutes I think to the class. Seeing as how I didn't actually bother to do it, I winged it and talked about recycling. Afterwards the teacher grilled me about not doing any obvious research, and sent me home. That started a trend of me being singled out, although at the end of the class he actually apologized to me for doing so. I still passed and it was bogus class so I didn't mind.
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Posted 7/19/13 , edited 7/19/13
Yes.

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In 2nd I used to be able to write with either hand very well, but she made me only use my right hand. I could no longer write with both.
-This has long haunted me into adulthood.

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Also, in 2nd grade my teacher dumped over my desk because it was "messy".

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Come to think of it, at the end of our year pool party she made me take off my shirt. I got sun burned so bad I had blisters on my shoulders.

2nd grade was tough. S. Sellers was all I remember about her name. I'm old and have a job now, and I don't care what happened to her, but my folks recently told me they saw her as waitress. They mentioned she looked strung out on drugs.

Good'ol karma... I'm sure that I am not the only person who resents her. I feel I am somewhat good judge of character now; I believe she was a terrible person in general.
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Posted 7/19/13
"Yup. My speech professor has some grudge against me to my surprise since I keep to myself. During the first speech of the semester a lot of students who went before me were terrible, because they hadn't memorized the speech and they didn't use any hand gestures at all. They also neglected to maintain eye contact with the class. He gave them all positive feedback, especially the attractive young ladies who messed up the worst. This girl even refused to go up, and kept complaining but when she finally stuttered (not a real stutter, but she kept mumbling) through all the feedback was positive! When I went up, I delivered my speech without a hiccup (meaning I didn't mess up) but when he started giving me feedback, it was ALL negative. He basically shamed me in front of the class. It really stinks that I may not pass the class just because this darn professor has a problem with me, even though I do the work and deliver a pretty solid speech. "

This might not be relevant to that situation, but oftentimes people who do well get harsher criticism BECAUSE they are so close to getting it completely right. People who are obviously amateurs tend to get the nicest treatment since we want to encourage them to try harder to get good (and not nip them in the bud, so to speak). We get nitpicky over the good ones because we assume they already know they're good, and they need advice on how to reach perfection.

But of course, most of us would prefer to hear compliments than criticisms.
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Posted 7/19/13 , edited 7/19/13
All the time and still ongoing. As _IceAndCream_ says, or at least her story supports, teachers are jealous all the time. I've even had a private teacher outright say to me words along the line of: "don't think you can learn that so quick". Got mad at me even, with a red face. Yes it was creepy. That experience among many others tell me that they're saying: i'm not allowed to progress quickly and surpass them. In other words, school doesn't teach me a thing, only hinder my development as a unique person. If you're too good, then you're beaten down. If you're bad, then you're encouraged to believe you are good though you need to work harder. ...If you just read between the lines you'll realize, like i just did while writing, that school = communism. Easiest way to avoid the communism is if you are really rich and employ good teachers unrelated to public schools, so they'll want to teach you stuff. ...Of course, then it's the possibility they'd slow down the progress so they earn more money by staying at your side. But then again, if they're not good you'll just unhire them. :p BEING RICH IS AWESOME. FML.

This thread makes me realize, anime with a focus to teach people things would be pretty cool. And i mean real highschool stuff, not kindergarden shows. It would certainly make me learn more. Anime as it is now teaches me more than irl schools anyway.
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Posted 7/19/13
This one time a teacher accused me of cheating when I wasn't. The best part was when I got my grade back, and it was higher than the other kid's.
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