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Post Reply Ever been bullied by a teacher?
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Not constantly bullied but I remember distinctly in elementary school we had Spanish class.

In a group of desks a little ways a way a girl was making faces as she said the words so my group of classmates started to laugh.
The teacher singled me out and made me try to pronounce the words that I had no idea how to in front of the whole class which resulted in everyone laughing at me. It was one of the most embarrassing things ever and I did cry once I got back to my desk.

It felt like I was singled out since I was the quiet one who wouldn't argue, never really been bullied by other teachers but was always somehow "missed" when fliers were being handed out because I was quiet and had a horrible teacher like me that I hated.

I basically remember school as the place I met some other awesome people who like anime and "wanna get the hell outta here to home".


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My French teacher pulled my hair once omg.
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My teachers love me. I sit in my seat, I don't talk, I do my work and I make good grades. Not because I'm trying to be a good boy, but because that's how I am. So it works great for me.
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In kindgergarden, my teacher pulled me by my ear as we marched towards the principal's office because I was a five-year-old acting like a five-year-old. I retaliated by biting her other hand. In college, we all had to write our own thesis for Frost's The Road Not Taken and read them in class. The professor sat there at her desk and ridiculed every single one of them until I began to disrupt the class by laughing at her. I told her I was laughing at the thought of King Kong with her wrinkled face in place of the ape's and that she was swatting down ideas left and right on top of a building. She then accused my thesis of being the absolute worst, insulted one of my earlier works just because, then threatened to fail me if I continued to attend her lectures. The dean forced her to apologize to everyone, but it was recommended I leave anyhow, because she was still singling me out for whatever mistakes she could spot.
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My biggest confrontation with a teacher was in the third grade. Granted, I've had quite a few run-ins with teachers who were rather ridiculous in how they'd focus on those whom they didn't like or agree with; however, my third grade teacher topped them all (for me). I had been recommended to skip third and fourth grades when I was in the second grade once they found out that I was ahead in reading, writing, and mathematics. My mother flat-out rejected the offer on the premise that it would cause conflicts with my friendships (which I had none, at this time). First week of third grade, we went through what would be the curriculum for the year (each day was a different subject). When it came to mathematics, we were to learn multiplication and the beginning (single-digit) of division. As he posted multiplication questions on the board, I would answer them. Mr. Hicks ended up getting a bit defensive and started writing three-digit multiplication questions (ex: 390 x 419) to try to stump me. After six or seven questions, he told me to go to the counsellor's office. From then on, throughout the entire year, I spent my time in the counsellor's office playing chess (Mr. Hicks refused to have me in his classroom).
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