Magazine article Financial Management (UK)

From the Blogs: How Do We Address Difficult Teachers?

Magazine article Financial Management (UK)

From the Blogs: How Do We Address Difficult Teachers?

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It is a big help to have a choice of school, distance and home studying. Being able to attend classes might be beneficial for many of us. I have experience in home and school studying and I would say that both are valuable.

But what should I do when, after the careful selection of a school and a considerable amount of private funds spent, I meet my disappointment in the figure of the teacher?

It is not as easy as friends would advise: "You should go and talk about it with someone at school, someone who has authority." Many teachers are brilliant people with great knowledge and experience, but in order to pass these treasures on to students the teacher needs to be able to explain and clarify difficult topics in an accessible way and this is an art. We all meet teachers who have struggled to pass knowledge to students at some stage, but sometimes our performance is closely dependent on the teacher's potential and that makes it a more serious dilemma. …

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