Let’s do a quick experiment, shall we, Pandas? Think about the best teachers you’ve ever had. See how easily their faces pop up in your imagination? You’re probably even smiling. Okay, now think of the very worst teachers you’ve ever encountered. It feels awful, doesn’t it? The sad truth is that nearly everyone has to deal with at least one toxic educator who was out to make their life miserable. Teachers and professors hold a huge amount of influence in their students’ lives. And that power can be used for good, as well as for ill.

Bored Panda compiled this list of pics of people sharing examples of the most toxic teachers they have ever met. The type of behavior featured in this article is appalling. And it really makes you value quality educators even more.

Keep in mind that if you’ve had awful experiences at school, these pics might bring back some bad memories. Otherwise, feel free to tell us about the best and worst teachers you had at school. You’ll find our previous post about bad teachers over here, too. We know from experience just how much teachers can inspire us… or cause us to doubt ourselves.

#1

Student’s Mom Had Cancer, And When She Missed School, Teacher Told Her That School Is More Important Than Home

Student’s Mom Had Cancer, And When She Missed School, Teacher Told Her That School Is More Important Than Home

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That other Panda
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2 months ago

This is AWFUL, and should be higher…I’m sorry…😱😱

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Bored Panda was interested to learn about building a sense of trust and openness between parents and children, as well as what to do if there are issues with specific teachers at school. We reached out to parenting blogger Samantha Scroggin, from Walking Outside in Slippers, who shared her thoughts on this with us.

"I always try to maintain an open dialogue with my kids, but it doesn’t always work as well as I’d hoped. I think we can’t expect our kids to open up to us on our timeline and our terms. They have to share when and if they want to, and us parents showing a genuine interest in what’s going on in our kids’ lives sets the groundwork for when they’re ready to open up," the blogger said.

#2

Yikes

Yikes

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That other Panda
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2 months ago (edited)

I am SO sorry.. but that’s kind of funny… hope they apologised and were embarrassed lol

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#3

Bored Teachers Regrading Students 7 Years Later

Bored Teachers Regrading Students 7 Years Later

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Catlady6000
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2 months ago

Who had time to do this???

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Patience and understanding are key for building trust, bit by bit. "Sometimes this can mean listening to them drone on about Pokemon and their friend drama at school," Samantha told Bored Panda.

"I feel like it’s just as important for parents to have an open dialogue with our kids’ teachers at school to see how they’re doing. We can’t always rely on our kids for the full picture, but it’s important to take our kids’ perspective on school situations into perspective," she suggested.

#4

Teacher Taking A Child’s Hearing Aid As Punishment “Cause She Wasn’t Listening Anyway”

Teacher Taking A Child’s Hearing Aid As Punishment “Cause She Wasn’t Listening Anyway”

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Hannah Edwards
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2 months ago

That’s not ok. Poor kid.

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#5

Teachers Need To Understand Students Don’t Always Sleep In Class Just Because Of Laziness

Teachers Need To Understand Students Don’t Always Sleep In Class Just Because Of Laziness

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Lesbian Sloth
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2 months ago

Horrible

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#6

She Was Six. Why Would She Be Lying About That?

She Was Six. Why Would She Be Lying About That?

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Roxy Eastland
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2 months ago

Oh, how awful for your parents too

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Meanwhile, parenting blogger Samantha said that there's no one-size-fits-all approach when dealing with teacher-related issues. However, she revealed to Bored Panda what approach she took not too long ago.

"I actually recently had an issue with my daughter’s first-grade teacher. She is an older teacher who is not very responsive via the school’s email system. Because communicating with her was so difficult, I told the principal at the end of the school year about my struggles with the teacher. I then requested a teacher for next year who I know to be very responsive," the founder of Walking Outside in Slippers said.

"But I don’t think there is any right way to deal with school or teacher issues. I would defer to the parents to decide what is best for their child and situation," she added.

#7

Toxicity At Its Best

Toxicity At Its Best

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Local foodie
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2 months ago

“It’s easier to punish the victim than to actually solve the bullying problem” ok but that doesn’t excuse anything at all

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#8

Apparently, You Can't Be A Cheerleader And Be Smart

Apparently, You Can't Be A Cheerleader And Be Smart

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Well-Dressed Wolf
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2 months ago

I’ll choose a side: the student’s side, not the teacher’s side!

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#9

The Teacher Knew What She Was Doing

The Teacher Knew What She Was Doing

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Lesbian Sloth
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2 months ago

And if he was white the teacher wouldn't have noticed a thing

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It sometimes feels like certain authority figures are out to get you. It’s not paranoia, though. Some people are so dissatisfied with their lives, so miserable and full of angst that they lash out at those around them.

Unfortunately, there isn’t an exam to thoroughly check if the person hoping to be a teacher is a completely decent human being. There are some bad apples among the droves of hard-working, empathetic educators.

When someone with a dislike for kids and education becomes a teacher, you can’t expect anything good. Some individuals have very low emotional intelligence, and they see their role in the classroom as purely technical: you put in the minimum required work, you get paid.

However, teaching is about far more than just classes, homework, and grading papers. For some, teaching is a calling. And they spare no expense in making their students’ lives better. They help guide them. They support them when they’re down. They thoroughly understand the massive responsibility they have weighing on their shoulders. And they do it anyway, even when they’re exhausted, under-appreciated, and given substandard pay. It’s these educators who we salute.

#10

What A "Great" Teacher

What A "Great" Teacher

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Mixed Reality Portal
Community Member
2 months ago

Yup, same happened to me. Only I had the extra misery of having a teacher for a dad too. Neither parents believed I needed glasses because, and I quote, "no one else in the family needed them so why should I?" Had to get two part time jobs to afford some. Didn't get my first pair of glasses and lenses until I was 16. Much of my schooling was literally a blur.

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#11

Why Would You Do That?

Why Would You Do That?

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BookwormandOwl
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2 months ago

“She should got her water bEfOrE class”

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#12

He Was The Creepy Wood Shop Teacher

He Was The Creepy Wood Shop Teacher

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ann!kafuchs
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2 months ago (edited)

this makes me so mad because are us girls supposed to leave our butts and thighs at home?? put on our school?? this also applies to girls with large chests getting dresscoded for wearing tank tops or shirts. Women having breasts/butts ≠ flaunting those breasts/butts

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The way that we approach education in modern times is vastly different from how things were done for, well, pretty all of history. Generally speaking, students are a lot less independent these days. They’re shyer and less proactive, as well.

Childhood independence expert Lenore Skenazy, from Let Grown and the Free-Range Kids movement, went into this with Bored Panda during an earlier interview.

“In the United States, for instance, school only became compulsory a little over 100 years ago. Previously—for hundreds of thousands of years of human history—kids learned simply by watching, copying, helping, and playing,” she explained how learning used to take place.

“In other words, they’d hang around the adults, see how they made things like baskets and arrowheads, they’d ask questions, noodle around, and try to copy what their elders were doing. They’d also help out as soon as they could—fetching things, tracking animals, whatever—and in between they’d be playing with a group of mixed-age kids. All these activities were fueled by curiosity,” she told us.

#13

Teacher's Logic In Grading Math

Teacher's Logic In Grading Math

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Lesbian Sloth
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2 months ago

"I said 5x3, not 3x5!" "But it's the same thing...?" "No, it's not!"

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#14

Why Do Teachers Do This?

Why Do Teachers Do This?

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Lys Chen
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2 months ago

"I was just trying to motivate you!"

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#15

My 6 Year Old Son's Teacher Marks All Of His Answers With A "1" Wrong Because Of His Unique Way Of Writing It

My 6 Year Old Son's Teacher Marks All Of His Answers With A "1" Wrong Because Of His Unique Way Of Writing It

Even when he shows his work. He loves math and he was super bummed.

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Hannah Edwards
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2 months ago

Lots of people write 1 like that, the teacher needs to move on

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“You were motivated to learn what the bigger kids in your group knew, too, because they were so cool. Your entire day consisted of observing and practicing the stuff you needed to know— skills and games. If you weren’t curious, you weren’t going to enjoy life, or succeed at it,” Lenore told Bored Panda that kids were driven by a desire to become competent and be respected within their social circles and communities.

#16

Asked My Professor For A Few Days Extension

Asked My Professor For A Few Days Extension

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Lesbian Sloth
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2 months ago

"difficult times" ok, sure, it is a hard time for all of us. But most of them wouldn't have a loved one die

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#17

Teacher Making You Feel Bad For Using The Bathroom

Teacher Making You Feel Bad For Using The Bathroom

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Autumn
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2 months ago

Damn bodily functions getting in the way of a good education

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#18

Terrible Teacher

Terrible Teacher

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Katie Lutesinger
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2 months ago

B-I-T-C-H

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Unfortunately, these days, children are less curious and have trouble with motivation. That’s not to say that things are all bad. However, there’s a tendency for students to be passive (because that’s how schools work; they demand compliance) and to lack a focused inner drive.

“One reason kids might seem less curious today is because most of their education, inside and outside of school, doesn’t require self-motivation, it requires compliance. The drive is extrinsic, not intrinsic. Kids fill out worksheets because they have to, not because these seem interesting, or have any immediate connection to the ‘real’ world,” Lenore said.

#19

A Teacher In Texas Is Giving A's To Students That Buy His Book And Leave A 5 Star Review On Amazon

A Teacher In Texas Is Giving A's To Students That Buy His Book And Leave A 5 Star Review On Amazon

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Katie Lutesinger
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2 months ago

I've known plenty of unprincipled authors who tried to up their book's rating by posting fake reviews through sockpuppet accounts, but this is a whole new level of yikes.

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#20

To Be A Teacher With The Desire To Disadvantage Students Strategically

To Be A Teacher With The Desire To Disadvantage Students Strategically

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Francis
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2 months ago

i think the kids didn't choose to be vaccinated.. but also all kids should be vaccinated. this teacher is trash

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#21

High School Biology Teacher Posts Non-Consensual Butt Shots Of Her Underage Students On Instagram For Her Thirsty Followers

High School Biology Teacher Posts Non-Consensual Butt Shots Of Her Underage Students On Instagram For Her Thirsty Followers

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TotallyNotAFox
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2 months ago (edited)

That's a "distribution of pedophile material" lawsuit not only waiting to happen (depending on national laws)

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“Learning soccer means doing the drills the coach assigns, as opposed to tagging along with the older kids and working hard to get good enough so that they’d start letting you play. The key to curiosity, then, is giving kids enough free, unstructured time for them to find something they love to do for its own sake—not for a grade, or coach,” the childhood independence author shared how students are more passive during extracurricular activities as well.

#22

When You Need A 90% Or Above To Pass The Class But Your Teacher Is A Jerk

When You Need A 90% Or Above To Pass The Class But Your Teacher Is A Jerk

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Olivia Lisbon
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2 months ago

Nice one. These priorities are baffling.

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#23

That's Messed Up

That's Messed Up

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Willa L
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2 months ago

Thats messed up

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#24

My Chemistry Teacher

My Chemistry Teacher

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TotallyNotAFox
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2 months ago (edited)

Why give that as option if it he/she want all of them circled in?

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According to the expert, giving our kids some unstructured ‘outdoor’ time can help foster their self-motivation and self-reliance.

“Put some junk out there—old suitcases, blankets, buckets—whatever you’ve got. Of course, at first, the kids might be bored. Scratch that: They will be bored. They’ll want to come back in and grab the iPad. Resist the temptation to let them in or entertain them,” she said.

#25

The Teacher Needs To Go Back To Primary School

The Teacher Needs To Go Back To Primary School

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Ava Alternative
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2 months ago

How the heck this person got the job in the first place

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#26

My Loom Before And After The Art Teacher "Helped" Me

My Loom Before And After The Art Teacher "Helped" Me

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Lesbian Sloth
Community Member
2 months ago

Messing up stuff is the answer /s

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#27

If You're Poor Just Get More Money

If You're Poor Just Get More Money

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Tasha Love
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2 months ago

What a jerk. Unless the student was legitimately late with the quiz, that's just dumb.

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“Give them a stretch of time—and especially if you can send some other kids out there with them—and out of ‘There’s nothing to do’ something will catch their interest. And a curious kid is born,” Lenore said.

“To give dulled-out kids the equivalent of a trip to a new country, send them to do something they haven’t done on their own before. Have them run an errand, visit a neighbor, get something from the woods or the store—something that puts them in a new environment where they have to figure out some stuff on their own.”

#28

A Teacher Of Mine Decided To Talk Rubbish About A Student Who Passed Away In A Car Accident Recently

A Teacher Of Mine Decided To Talk Rubbish About A Student Who Passed Away In A Car Accident Recently

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From beyond the Banana Bread
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2 months ago

Traditional trash it is, I see.

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#29

Jesus, Sounds Like She Herself Was Having Some Sort Of Breakdown! Who Does That To A Child?

Jesus, Sounds Like She Herself Was Having Some Sort Of Breakdown! Who Does That To A Child?

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Tasha Love
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2 months ago

Wtf? That is not OK.

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#30

When Your Student Has Cancer And Can’t Come To Class, Maybe Don’t Reply To Their Email Like This

When Your Student Has Cancer And Can’t Come To Class, Maybe Don’t Reply To Their Email Like This

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Lesbian Sloth
Community Member
2 months ago

I really hope that teacher didn't have all the details cause that would be a lot worse... But also, we're in a pandemic too, so someone getting sick should be expected

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#31

My Nephew In The 4th Grade Had A Substitute Teacher Today And She Enforced These Rules. Are You Serious?

My Nephew In The 4th Grade Had A Substitute Teacher Today And She Enforced These Rules. Are You Serious?

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Rhea
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2 months ago

She forgot to add 'no breathing'

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#32

My Sister Came Home From School With These Spelling Quiz Results. Teacher Said She Spelled "Centuries" Wrong Because The Letters "Ur" Looks Like A Letter "W"

My Sister Came Home From School With These Spelling Quiz Results. Teacher Said She Spelled "Centuries" Wrong Because The Letters "Ur" Looks Like A Letter "W"

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Hannah Edwards
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2 months ago

No. It doesn’t

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#33

That's Very Sad

That's Very Sad

End of the year. The last drawing lesson before the exam. The teacher told me that my work was disgusting and she would burn it so that no one would see it. I cried all evening in the toilet. And you know what they gave me? 5. Jury and other teachers.
 

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Claire
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2 months ago

It was probably jealousy.

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#34

This Tutor

This Tutor

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Stephanie Did It
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2 months ago

Aren't they supposed to test teacher wanna-bes at some point of their training?

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#35

Teacher Said We Need To Get 90% Or More On The Quiz, Only Made 9 Questions

Teacher Said We Need To Get 90% Or More On The Quiz, Only Made 9 Questions

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Stephanie Did It
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2 months ago

Teacher failed maths.

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#36

My Previous Math 1060 Professor Has Nearly A 50% Drop Rate, 30% Fail Rate, And A Mere 20% Pass Rate. Didn't Take Me Long To Find Out Why (Actual Snapshot From Hw)

My Previous Math 1060 Professor Has Nearly A 50% Drop Rate, 30% Fail Rate, And A Mere 20% Pass Rate. Didn't Take Me Long To Find Out Why (Actual Snapshot From Hw)

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Bored_Panda
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2 months ago

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#37

My Teacher Lost My Final That Took A Week To Do And Gave Me A Zero, Claiming I Never Turned It In

My Teacher Lost My Final That Took A Week To Do And Gave Me A Zero, Claiming I Never Turned It In

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PjandBolt
Community Member
2 months ago

Same exact thing happened to me with my drawing final. It was probably one of my favorite pieces I'd done and my teacher just lost it! And she didn't even apologize, she accused me of putting it in the wrong turn in tray or something... needless to say I did not take her class after that

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#38

Teachers Unbelievably Trashy Response To A Students Passing Away

Teachers Unbelievably Trashy Response To A Students Passing Away

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Stephanie Did It
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2 months ago

So, the little girl was really dumb but a great domestic worker? What a tribute to that poor child.

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#39

It's The Last Day Of Our Summer Vacations Today. The School Reopens From Tomorrow. She's Telling Me To Be In School 10 Minutes Before The Time Given

It's The Last Day Of Our Summer Vacations Today. The School Reopens From Tomorrow. She's Telling Me To Be In School 10 Minutes Before The Time Given

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Justme
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2 months ago

Malicious compliance and just s**t everywhere

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#40

My Professor Is A Terrible Human Being

My Professor Is A Terrible Human Being

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Lesbian Sloth
Community Member
2 months ago

Shocking. I have to write formal emails to teachers and in return, I get an email with misspelt words and barely any formality

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#41

I Missed Two Classes During The Second Week Of School For My Grandmother's Funeral (Which I Told The Professor About Beforehand). I Was Very Excited To Take This Class

I Missed Two Classes During The Second Week Of School For My Grandmother's Funeral (Which I Told The Professor About Beforehand). I Was Very Excited To Take This Class

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Arnavet
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2 months ago

F**k teachers like this.

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#42

My Little Cousin Tried To Tell His Teacher Why Loki Wasn’t A Villain

My Little Cousin Tried To Tell His Teacher Why Loki Wasn’t A Villain

Cousin: "I think he is not a villain because he was threatened every time he had to do something bad. If you were in that situation, would you take your life for that?"
 
Teacher: "This is off topic. Just write about Loki and how he's a villain. Use an exact example of..."

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TotallyNotAFox
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2 months ago

Don't ask for opinions if you want to hear an exact answer - no wonder the education system crumbles with such lousy trained teachers

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#43

Crazy Professor

Crazy Professor

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Monday
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2 months ago

After all the stories I've heard off people just claiming a relative died to get out of work this doesn't really surprise me.

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#44

Our Professor Wouldn't Upload The Syllabus Nor The Slides To Huskyct. We Had To Buy A $16 Book (Written By Her) To Know The Exam Dates And Course Content

Our Professor Wouldn't Upload The Syllabus Nor The Slides To Huskyct. We Had To Buy A $16 Book (Written By Her) To Know The Exam Dates And Course Content

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KitKat
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2 months ago

I understand teachers don't receive sufficent pay, but to profiteer of students is wrong!

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#45

And She's The Professor

And She's The Professor

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Shane Clark
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2 months ago

This looks more like a technology error than a teacher error. Could be both.

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#46

In A Classroom. Boys Bathroom Also Has Multiple Signs

In A Classroom. Boys Bathroom Also Has Multiple Signs

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TotallyNotAFox
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2 months ago

And such c**p is illegal here in Germany because using a toilet is an essential natural need and using one can't be permitted

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#47

You Know Your Professor Is Actively Looking To Hurt Your Grade When

You Know Your Professor Is Actively Looking To Hurt Your Grade When

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Castles
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2 months ago

Technically it isn’t 1” though 😆

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#48

Student Gets A Zero On An Assignment For Turning It In Unstapled

Student Gets A Zero On An Assignment For Turning It In Unstapled

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TotallyNotAFox
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2 months ago (edited)

Did the teacher staple it? I would give her a lot of s**t for a 90 degree staple instead of a 45 degree angle. One of the first things you learn in business college where I live

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#49

When Your Professor Is A Savage

When Your Professor Is A Savage

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Xenia Harley
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2 months ago

You never know what's going on with a student. When I taught, a kid was kind of blowing off an assignment. I called parents since it was most of a semester grade, and gave him an incomplete so he had more time to finish. We all worked together to keep him on track. Come to find out later mom had liver cancer, and ended up dying about a year later. I really liked the kid and we were working together on this. Parents were grateful. I only found out AFTER about illness. Showed me that there are often circumstances we don't know about.

Amy Taylor
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2 months ago

You're a wonderful teacher :) Last year my daughter's grades were really slipping fast and one of her teachers acted immediately and sent her to the school therapist. That's when we found out that she was self-harming due to depression over covid lockdown. She kept it very well hidden from us :( but her caring about my daughter got us to get her in therapy and she's doing really well, no longer self-harming and thriving in school again,. I can't thank this teacher enough.

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Rene Berendsen
Community Member
2 months ago

not really mean. A line has to be drawn somewhere. If everyone turns in their assignments whenever they want it's going to be a mess. A deadline has to be set. Off course there are exceptions when you have a good reason.

Monday
Community Member
2 months ago

That is how deadlines work though...either you meet the deadline or you don't get the credit, provided they are willing to make exceptions where necessary.

Vira
Community Member
2 months ago

Not really. There's this thing called, "Reasonable expectations." Deadlines are things you aim for, but missing a deadline hardly means absolute failure in most real life scenarios. I would say doing the assignment, and learning, is more important than learning nothing at all. This isn't a case of life or death. Adjust your expectations accordingly.

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Daniel Allen
Community Member
2 months ago

Don't even bother. 5 minutes late for work? Go home and try again tomorrow

Lesbian Sloth
Community Member
2 months ago

Mean but kinda funny in a way

Redpanda
Community Member
2 months ago

Not funny.

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DelvianBlue
Community Member
2 months ago

This one I could see. As a teacher, I frequently have kids turning in assignments 5-6 weeks late and demanding full credit. I've even had some turn in assignments a semester late and ask me to go back and retroactively change their grade. As a joke I put one of these signs over a paper shredder and my students thought it was funny. I do take late work in spite of the shredder, but I also need a reason other than they just forgot to do it for a month.

William Dennett
Community Member
2 months ago

Maybe a joke?

Ann Umland
Community Member
2 months ago

My mother was a junior high special ed teacher. She told her students the first day that they had to hand her their assignments as they walked into class. She gave them a pass on the first week to get used to this routine. She said that the first time, after the first week, that someone didn't turn in their assignment as they came in the door and got a zero, the kids always turned in their assignments as they came in the door. Kids aren't going to get away with doing reports late as adults in the workplace

Amy Stone-Chandler
Community Member
2 months ago

Fair to me. Unless legit reason. Proven

Shay Lowe
Community Member
2 months ago

My mom was an alcoholic when I was in junior high and I fell a little behind. My math teacher told me I could do the missed assignments for half credit. I brought them all in and he didn't even grade them. He threw them in the trash and gave me no credit. I didn't even know what to say.

Dorothy Reiser
Community Member
2 months ago

My son's third grade teacher did this. They're barely out of diapers!

Aesthetic Studios
Community Member
2 months ago

idk did my teacher do this or she lost my assignment- SHE NEVER GAVE IT BACK TO ME

Elisha
Community Member
2 months ago

You ain't done it it trash

blankman
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1 week ago

Have to say that as a TA in my grad student days the Chairman of the department was adamant that we should not accept late assignments. I did tell my students that was the official policy but, as long as they told me it would be late I didn't even need a reason (just as long as it wasn't every week). Think most of the other TA's told their class pretty much the same thing

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#50

My Teacher Doesn’t Give 100%

My Teacher Doesn’t Give 100%

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Olivia Lisbon
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2 months ago (edited)

This definitely isn’t the worse one, and may even be justified - I got the only 10 in the whole school for music one year - even though this class was known to be the easiest 10 ever - because the teacher wanted to acknowledge that I put so much extra effort in - I was the only one insane enough to spend literally every lunchtime doing extracurricular music. Including a string quartet with 3 teachers (yes, it made me super popular, not that I ever was in the first place…). And to be fair, he was probably sick of everyone treating his class like a joke (although it kind of was…) and using the hour to do homework for other classes. He went back to giving practically everyone 10s the year after, but it was nice to be acknowledged like that just once.

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