Quote from katmarie26
Oh there are a few other documented inaccuracies. Furthermore, she's not gaining much respect amongst some of my classmates, as she's very opinionated, particularly when it comes to breastfeeding, daycare, and single parenting. A few of us parents are feeling very wary of her professionalism.
But its the inaccuracies that is really bothering me. She makes up her exams using nclex test banks, so I'm pretty confident we won't be tested on "her" statistics. I will ask her for clarification on that statistic. I feel it needs to be defended if she's going to spout it out.
It seems to me that you probably gave your child milk-based formula at one time or another and feel that her opinionated teaching style is offensive to your abilities as a parent. If that is the case, get over it. She may be wrong, but any instructor that is ignorant enough to offend the mothers of her class with biased, exaggerated facts probably isn't worth the time or trouble involved in a challenge.
You have every right to be offended, if that is how you feel, but you have to learn to let things like that roll off your shoulders. The bottle or breast debate will never die and you should never let anyone get under your skin for a decision you made, no matter what decision that was.
And if nothing I just said even applies to you and you are simply frustrated with her inaccuracies, do those really matter either? Just study what she teaches you and leave it at that. Arguments/challenges against an instructor just aren't a good idea. She is teaching you those things for a reason, whether personal or academic.