Teaching profession

Discussion in 'Elementary Education' started by cali*teacher, Jul 6, 2010.

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    People are people no matter what their profession, so you will run into the good and the bad among teachers as well.

    You say you can't go into details. Can you at least say what makes you feel as though you are being blackballed?
     
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    Can you give examples of nitpicking over encouragement? What aspects of the 2 programs are different?
     
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    Are you sure that your professors don't have higher expectations of you? Have you asked them for feedback on how you can improve?

    It seems that there's more to this than just nitpicking. My professors have really high expectations for us, and we are made aware of our mistakes (even minor ones!) so that we can learn from them and become better teachers.

    Without at least some details it's going to be hard to help you.
     

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