Published Apr 10, 2013
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I think it's important to remember that 18-25 year olds are not known for their sense of responsibility and common sense. These things develop with time.
Are you saying that because he is young that it's ok to be rude and not have classroom manners? Responsibility and educational decorum are usually established before high school. The rules are simple...go to class, get there ON TIME, or there will be consequences.
This is wonderful. I firmly believe that good manners and consideration for others make up the building block of a successful career. if you don't have those two things are not going to succeed in life
Are you saying its appropriate for an allegedly wise authority figure to be rude? The idea that treating people poorly is warranted if you think they did something to deserve it is immature in itself. Even moreso when talking about a "professional" and a pupil.
No. Do not put words into my mouth. What "I am saying" can best be summarized by ...reading what I wrote.
Kids (young adults) do stupid things. We all have. It's annoying, yes. But If a kid does something dumb and a grown adult that is getting paid to do a job does something dumb I'm probably going to be less angry at the kid. I hold "seasoned" adults to a higher standard.
Can't the student just look at RateMyProfessor.com to find a teacher and class they think will be a good fit and then live with their decision, like the rest of us? Not every class is great.
Yep. That is an excellent website, too!
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