I only have a few more weeks of my student teaching left but I have been feeling extremely frustrated. Part of it is the stress of job searching but there are a few issues that have been stressful: -My mentor teacher regularly interrupts me during teaching. I was ok with this in the beginning but now it throws me off. She might ask a question or step in the lesson. I totally get that it's her kids/her class but this has happened 3-4 times during my lesson. She also sometimes tells me to go faster or increase my pacing during the lessons which is again stressful for me. I think it's because she can get a better sense of where students are when she is not teaching. Sometimes a kid will ask a question and she will answer it instead of allowing me to answer it. Maybe I'm overreacting but I still feel frustrated by this because this doesn't happen to other student teachers. I got a very good evaluation from her and my supervisor so it's not like I'm doing a bad job. -One of my students HATES me for no reason. He won't accept help from me and I have no idea why. I've dealt with middle schoolers long enough to know how to react to this type of behavior but it's still very frustrating and it makes me sad. -I'm also tired of inconsistent behavioral expectations between me and my mentor. We have a period where we have about 8 kids to remediate. In the beginning, we were both strict about having only those 8 kids in the room. Now, it seems like anyone comes and goes and she doesn't care. I used to enforce this rule but now I feel like I can't and it doesn't matter. In terms of behavior, we also have students with some behavioral challenges. When my mentor teaches a lesson, I expect that kids are focused on what she is doing so I redirect behavior to help them focus. Today, during my lesson, she allowed a kid with a behavior problem to start the classwork and then gave him a private lesson when he couldn't do it rather than redirecting him to focus on the board...and many incidents like this. She always allows a girl to work in the hallway every day but she often gets stuck and needs help. She came back today for help with a problem that I just went over and it was annoying that she was allowed to work in the hallway anyways.Maybe it's wrong to be frustrated by these things because it is her classroom but I still feel like behavioral expectations are not consistent. Can anyone provide an insight? I'm not sure if I'm just overreacting or having a rough day. I really hope things get better when I have my own classroom.