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Posted 1/14/13 , edited 1/14/13
Hmmm, not really. Unless this counts:

When I got to 6th grade I had a teacher, my cousin took her before. My cousin is a very very bad student. She did something to that teacher that I'm not gonna mention cause its personal, but it was bad. So we just so happen to have the same last same. So I guess she automatically thought i would be the same way. No mercy from that teacher at all for me.

Then during the same year the disciplinary dude asks me "Are you related to *name here* and *name here*?"
Like a idiot I say "Yea"
He looks at me and says "Oh I see"

From that day onward...

Worst year of school ever.


And I'm the good student. All I really did was fall asleep in class and be late for homeroom for like 2 minutes....and always make D's :P
But they always found a way to put me in detention, ISI, and suspension.(And I never got any of those until 6th grade) "Hey your shirt isn't tucked in, ISI"

And I'm like "Wutevs, All I do is sleep in there anyway :P"


But 7th through 11th? Best ever >:D
Next year I'ma be a senior its gonna be awesome.


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Posted 1/14/13
I actually had a teacher in the 7th grade tell me that "you sir are a joke and so is your life". That was in '87.
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When I was a 11th grader back in Greenland, my Greenlandic teacher used to make fun of me just because I was quite quiet compared to my former classmates back then, she would just ridicule me without a reason, like one time, she asked the whole class how you write the number 5 as a Roman numeral, I asked her if it isn't 'V' as it is spelled, she suddenly answeard back with "Shut up, you stupid" while giggling. And there was another time where I forgot to do my Greenlandic homework, because I was too busy with my Danish, English and Math homeworks, she hit me with a book a couple of times right in my face while smiling with a grin and asked me why I didn't do my Greenlandic homework.
I didn't get the chance to interact with the other classmates, because they were all laughing together with her.
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My 5th grade class was horrible. I had a student teacher in the third term, and she was always ignoring me just cause I kept showing her up in math work. So one day I through a chair at her.
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Well not really but there was this only Biology H teacher I had. We both knew we didn't like each other, but we were extremely nice and generous to each other around others. By our self's we generally threw shady remarks to each other and would laugh about it. We'd kind of make fun of each other in a joking matter but really didn't like each other. Maybe it's just my imagination...
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I kind of did by my freshman English teacher. I was unfortunate enough to have the same one my brother and his friend had and they made her cry a couple of times so she didn't like me from the start. She was a bit harsh because of it. I gave her and my other...two?...English 1 teachers a reason to not like me though by not doing any reports or homework. So once I had her again and was failing she passed me anyway after hitting me in the head with the literature book because I got a 96% on the final exam. Only made two small errors on the exam portion and so she knew I knew all the material and was just lazy.
Posted 1/14/13
Yes, actually, but this was in 3rd grade. For some reason, no matter how much I tried to behave, my teacher just didn't like me. I would have to stay after school for the dumbest things, even the things that weren't my fault. I remember one incident when a boy had pushed me for using a box of crayons that he wanted and I got back up and punched him. Even though this boy was in the wrong for touching me first, she told him the next time I hit him he better "beat me like I stole something." That's great advice for a grown woman to tell little boy. I ran home that day and told my mom, who literally went ballistic on the teacher the next day and told her to "never disrespect my daughter again." She didn't. Eventually I changed schools.
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Posted 1/14/13

LosingOrbit wrote:

Yes, actually, but this was in 3rd grade. For some reason, no matter how much I tried to behave, my teacher just didn't like me. I would have to stay after school for the dumbest things, even the things that weren't my fault. I remember one incident when a boy had pushed me for using a box of crayons that he wanted and I got back up and punched him. Even though this boy was in the wrong for touching me first, she told him the next time I hit him he better "beat me like I stole something." That's great advice for a grown woman to tell little boy. I ran home that day and told my mom, who literally went ballistic on the teacher the next day and told her to "never disrespect my daughter again." She didn't. Eventually I changed schools.


Seems teachers for those grades don't really care about what really happened as much as they care about making the one causing a commotion to quiet down. I now recall when I was in elementary school I would have to sit out recess all the time because other kids wouldn't leave me alone but I would get into trouble when I tried to make them stop or tell them to stop. Never had a teacher say something quite like that though. Good for your mom for doing that.
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Don't know if this counts, but here goes...

I was taking French in High School. The teacher and I had friction for whatever reason and she went out of her way to make the class as hard as she could for me.
I decided it'd be best to take the high road and just drop the class, since it was still early into the quarter.
Found out a week later from a friend, she told the entire class I dropped it because I was failing, which I was absolutely not. It wasn't even a month into the class.

I've always thought it would be awesome to master French, then go back and tell her off in French while she had a class in session. Then when she tried to reply, I'd make fun of her inferior French as much in English so her students could understand, then go home, poor myself a Scotch, grab a chair and gaze out the window, being more satisfied than I've ever been.
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babypink_ wrote:

Once my class ended up with a "boy" (22 years old) as a teacher. We were all maybe 18 years old. I am pretty good at sports. I play volleyball, tennis, do yoga etc.
Once, I got a canon ball thrown hard in my face (accident), and I fell right back and fainted. This young teacher didn't care of course. I got back up and into the game in just a few minutes. I wanted a good grade, and I was so proud of myself for not skipping any of gym classes.

In the end of the year he gave me one grade above failing because he didn't think I looked sporty. A girl who had not even been in gym class got 3/6, and a girl that only had been there a few times got 5/6 because she was in a volleyball team on her free time.

I was not pretty and sporty enough. I don't know if this is "bullying" but it sure is lack of respect for other people. I did my very best that year.


that's worse than bullying, that's an abuse of power and perverted. why give someone a bad grade if you don't think they are pretty or look sporty? it's not like he would gain anything by doing that and if that's you in the avatar you are pretty anyway

I've never been bullied by my teachers luckily most of my teachers liked me. When I was 15 my chemistry teacher tried to physically stop me from leaving because I was waiting for the bell by the door and not my desk, so I dragged him to the entrance of the school. He was not too serious of a teacher so I didn't get into trouble he just asked me if I'd thought about playing rugby the next day.
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I'm glad I'm the kind of person who don't care about others negative opinions!
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My media teacher makes fun of my accent and looks for any reason to have me searched or sic security on me.
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Well... my Pre-Algebra teacher two years ago made fun of how I was always quiet during class.
She used to always pick on me. ( ;; u 3 u )
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There were teachers I really disliked when I was taking his/her class, and if you asked if the teacher was a bully back then, I would have said yes, very much so, however in hindsight I realized I disliked those teachers because they were strict and demanding. Looking back, I wouldn't say they were bullying me, it was just a teaching style I didn't mesh well with, and in many cases they were very good teachers and I learned quite a bit from them, not just in the subject they were teaching, but also about life in general.

With that said, there was this one History teacher in High School that I can definitely say was a bully. It's the worst when a teacher, or any authority figure in general bullies those they have authority over, because it makes you feel so powerless and you start to believe the crap they dish out.

Fortunately, I was able to slip under the radar, but man did he suck at teaching. Instead of teaching the subject like normal, he would spend most of the class time, berating someone, talking about how awesome he is or spouting some conspiracy theory nonsense, like the Illuminati and the New World Order or some shit, not to mention he was a total creeper. If you were a pretty girl in his class, you got away with murder, but woe is you if you a "popular" guy, or was friendly to any of the pretty girls. I did end up getting some hate from the guy near the end of the semester, because I got close to one of the pretty girls. We had 2 other classes together and we were project partners for one the other classes. We found we had similar interests and got along very well. I really wish I had reported his ass to one of the assistant principals or the academic counselor. I wonder if he's still teaching?
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Posted 1/15/13 , edited 1/15/13
It was the other way around for me. I feel bad looking back.
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