Quote from danigirl58
i just wish the whole thing was handled different. part of me would like to go and talk to the director and let her know how this whole situation affected me but i already know i am sitting on a thin ledge and doing this could push me right off of it.
[font="lucida sans unicode"][color="sienna"]as long as you do it professionally, it wouldn't be wrong to let your director know this.
you made a mistake, you owned up to your mistake, you did your best to make amends (what could be done).
she had no business reprimanding you, let along yelling at you, in public
. and really, she souldn't have "yelled" at you at all.
it wouldn't be wrong for you to approach her in private (or maybe with your preceptor, but not in public), after you are no longer upset, and say something like "i know i made a mistake, and i will do whatever i need to do in order to remediate. however, in the future, i would really appreciate it if you pulled me aside and spoke to me in private about things like this."