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I highly doubt that teacher is completely incompetent.

I'm not going to lie. Whenever I wasn't doing as well as I could in high school I blamed my teacher…even though I knew full well that I was procrastinating/being lazy.

Even now I hear my friends talking about how some professors don't teach well, are too hard, or have too thick accents. It's crazy. You have to take control of the learning process. She is not a baby.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote niecy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan 10 2013 at 1:58am
Originally posted by Quiann00 Quiann00 wrote:

Originally posted by niecy niecy wrote:

Originally posted by Quiann00 Quiann00 wrote:

Originally posted by Lady ICE Lady ICE wrote:

Originally posted by Quiann00 Quiann00 wrote:

Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

but the problem is...some of you are automatically assuming the student was incorrect in her assessment solely based on her delivery.  i saw evidence of issues in that classroom and the teacher is not being called out on that just b/c we know that bad students exist.  is it wrong to assume fault on the teacher rather than the student?  

there are videos where i get the impression that the student is the one with all the issues...this isn't one of them.


I'm basing my assumptions off the video.  What I seen was her yelling and the young men that were video taping laughing and talking. One of the dudes was all the way turned around.  I seen the teacher trying to defuse the situation with her.  Should we expect him to be going through the process of Photosynthesis while she was having her tantrum?  If you have a full version of the video, please post it.
if he was doing that in the first place perhaps there wouldnt have been a tantrum...he'd be doing what she wanted, which is teachin suminLOL the child was frustrated and demanding an education...theres no way i could flip it and make her look like the bad guy. no way.

I think her tantrum was subjective...Maybe she did felt as though she wasn't learning anything..What about the learning of the other kids that might have been disrupted because of her tantrum?  It wasn't like the whole class rose up in revolt about the teacher not teaching anything.  She was the only one yelling and jumping up and down.  I didn't hear any "Amens" in the classroom.  It was just her.  I'm not quick to believe that she want's to learn..sorry...the behavior in that video is not relative to a person who wishes to learn....A person who wishes to learn would have talked with her teacher before or after class or would have possibly gotten a transfer into another class. 

If he wasn't teaching more than likely the others were fine with sitting there learning nothing so why would they say something about it?


Or maybe he was teaching and she was being disruptive in his class like I've been saying the whole time.

That's why I said IF. We don't know what he was doing we can only go off of what is said in the video.
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Originally posted by niecy niecy wrote:

Originally posted by Quiann00 Quiann00 wrote:

Originally posted by niecy niecy wrote:

Originally posted by Quiann00 Quiann00 wrote:

Originally posted by Lady ICE Lady ICE wrote:

Originally posted by Quiann00 Quiann00 wrote:

Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

but the problem is...some of you are automatically assuming the student was incorrect in her assessment solely based on her delivery.  i saw evidence of issues in that classroom and the teacher is not being called out on that just b/c we know that bad students exist.  is it wrong to assume fault on the teacher rather than the student?  

there are videos where i get the impression that the student is the one with all the issues...this isn't one of them.


I'm basing my assumptions off the video.  What I seen was her yelling and the young men that were video taping laughing and talking. One of the dudes was all the way turned around.  I seen the teacher trying to defuse the situation with her.  Should we expect him to be going through the process of Photosynthesis while she was having her tantrum?  If you have a full version of the video, please post it.
if he was doing that in the first place perhaps there wouldnt have been a tantrum...he'd be doing what she wanted, which is teachin suminLOL the child was frustrated and demanding an education...theres no way i could flip it and make her look like the bad guy. no way.

I think her tantrum was subjective...Maybe she did felt as though she wasn't learning anything..What about the learning of the other kids that might have been disrupted because of her tantrum?  It wasn't like the whole class rose up in revolt about the teacher not teaching anything.  She was the only one yelling and jumping up and down.  I didn't hear any "Amens" in the classroom.  It was just her.  I'm not quick to believe that she want's to learn..sorry...the behavior in that video is not relative to a person who wishes to learn....A person who wishes to learn would have talked with her teacher before or after class or would have possibly gotten a transfer into another class. 

If he wasn't teaching more than likely the others were fine with sitting there learning nothing so why would they say something about it?


Or maybe he was teaching and she was being disruptive in his class like I've been saying the whole time.

That's why I said IF. We don't know what he was doing we can only go off of what is said in the video.

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Originally posted by femmemichelle femmemichelle wrote:

I highly doubt that teacher is completely incompetent.

I'm not going to lie. Whenever I wasn't doing as well as I could in high school I blamed my teacher…even though I knew full well that I was procrastinating/being lazy.

Even now I hear my friends talking about how some professors don't teach well, are too hard, or have too thick accents. It's crazy. You have to take control of the learning process. She is not a baby.

you're talking about high schoolers taking control of their learning process as if everyone has the same wherewithal to do that....this is why they are in mandatory public school.  public high school is supposed to be the transition into the more independent learning process of college.  academic neglect is not preparing them for anything.  it's only going to make them disinterested in learning altogether.


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Originally posted by femmemichelle femmemichelle wrote:

I highly doubt that teacher is completely incompetent.

I'm not going to lie. Whenever I wasn't doing as well as I could in high school I blamed my teacher…even though I knew full well that I was procrastinating/being lazy.

Even now I hear my friends talking about how some professors don't teach well, are too hard, or have too thick accents. It's crazy. You have to take control of the learning process. She is not a baby.

I don't think it's fair to compare college to high school though. I do agree as far as students blaming the teacher as an excuse but then you have students who genuinely aren't learning anything
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If you can't take the heat in high school good luck at a four year!

Not only will your professors not give a f.uck, but she'll be screaming to the dean when they reprimand her for that level of disrespect she showed her educator. 

All these likes and pseudo Gandhi posts are cute but definitely aren't applicable to any real life scenarios I know. But then again this is BHM sooooo. Lol. 
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Originally posted by niecy niecy wrote:

Originally posted by femmemichelle femmemichelle wrote:

I highly doubt that teacher is completely incompetent.

I'm not going to lie. Whenever I wasn't doing as well as I could in high school I blamed my teacher…even though I knew full well that I was procrastinating/being lazy.

Even now I hear my friends talking about how some professors don't teach well, are too hard, or have too thick accents. It's crazy. You have to take control of the learning process. She is not a baby.

I don't think it's fair to compare college to high school though. I do agree as far as students blaming the teacher as an excuse but then you have students who genuinely aren't learning anything

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I'm glad we all came to some kind of agreement, that the girl is indeed interested in her education, but needs to learn to be more politely passionate. The teachers need to be held accountable of teaching students, not controlling or baby sitting them. That the educational system is forked upClap
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Originally posted by Samoneisthebest Samoneisthebest wrote:

People aren't allowed to be passionate. If your voice gets to loud, you show too much emotion, if you go past the allotted amount of investment in a topic you are "doing too much".

We are all just suppose to fit into the box. Sit down, shut up and take it. Don't like something? Go through the system to get it changed. The same system that has been screwing you over for years.

Apparently being fed up is reserved for certain people. Teenagers can't have a breaking point.

People who are willing to stand up for something is what this world needs.


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Originally posted by femmemichelle femmemichelle wrote:

If you can't take the heat in high school good luck at a four year!

Not only will your professors not give a f.uck, but she'll be screaming to the dean when they reprimand her for that level of disrespect she showed her educator. 

All these likes and pseudo Gandhi posts are cute but definitely aren't applicable to any real life scenarios I know. But then again this is BHM sooooo. Lol. 

Key word that you know. Doesn't mean its not applicable to someone else.
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