ScHwErVe obviously hasn't been in school for a while
I m curious what that has to do with anything ?
The bottom line is it's about respect plain and simple, We all face the same situations in regards to the school system as a whole, I have 3 kids the oldest being 18 the youngest being 10 so I have met quite a few teachers, For the most part teachers today sad to say know they are getting into a field where the have limited resources and some are asked to do things outside their comfort zone, They know the pay scale but they love what they do so they try their best,
I manage and oversee 2 million square feet of commercial and industrial properties,All the new construction, maintenance and operations of these properties. I have what you could say is lots of students myself everyone from the guys who try to lease the properties to the guy who cuts the grass, I treat the 2 no different ! I probably make many mistakes a day some I know of others I don't.
But through the respect that I have gained and have given We live in a world of mistakes we are all going to make them, A side converation if necessary not embarassing just pointing out the error and moving on and learning from it,
If someone wants to try and call me out in public and make me look like an idiot good luck to them they may have a valid point they will probably be right but guess what they wont be working in my buildings anymore,
The fact that ggordie asked the question and wanted to back up his findings tells me he is mature and wants to do the right things and point out the error and show his reasoning,
One could sit in class and mock the teacher and try to show the errors in a class room and get a charge from all the class but I m willing to bet that the following few days will be spent rethinking using that approach whether it be at home with a suspention and sitting in school after hours when everyone else is out ,
The bottom line is there is nothing to gain using that approach so why bother ?
Never know that computer teacher may well be the very best English teacher and you just might need him/her to help with your struggling English studies,
or just might be the name you need on a reference to do an internship.
Again no sense in burning a bridge never know when you may have to cross it,
Maybe I m a little more sensitive to this having an 18 y/o going into his senior year and the added pressure of college lurking and not wanting him to try and become the class clown, I know he wont cause he knows whats good for him if he does