I recently graduated with my MAT degree and am currently waiting on my teaching license to become official in my state that I reside in. I finished my student teaching two weeks ago and I had an odd cooperating teacher. He's an older teacher and has been in the teaching profession for over thirty years. He was very controlling; out of a twelve week experience I was only able to solo-teach for two weeks yet he gave me scores that ranked me as exemplary. In addition, he would always put his two cents into my personal life. On my last day he gave me a personal gift and spent probably over $100 on me. This felt very odd. He consistently talked down to me and would say things like "if you were my daughter..." when referring to job searching, giving me advice about finances, or telling me how he would force me to take self defense classes as I'm an avid runner. Yesterday, I receive an email in my inbox asking me if he could give my personal information to his nephew who is younger than I am I'm sure for dating purposes. I felt as if this went way over the line and I have no idea how even to respond to this email other than the fact that I'm feeling very offended. His behavior is completely bizarre and out of line. I'm just starting off in my career and do not want to burn any bridges but I can't tolerate having someone violate my boundaries. Since I've left, I've received emails from him every single day and I really would like for it to stop. I hope someone can give me some type of advice.