At the beginning of the school year, teachers have already spent time setting up their classrooms and preparing for developing individual relationships with a whole classroom of students.They no doubt hope that parents will be involved in supporting their children in learning, behavior and socialization.Teachers who come across as intimidating or seem hostile about initial comments and suggestions may create a perception in parents that will influence how they interact for the remainder of the year.Teachers have the same diversity in personalities and professional demeanor as the rest of the population.Knowing When to Act Adopting the Attitude Taking Action Community Q&A Being mean and intimidating all the time can be exhausting and won't help you make any friends.However, there are times when it's absolutely necessary to scare people off a little bit and to assert yourself.At initial group meetings and introductions, parents may interpret this as a general close-mindedness that will cause great conflicts during the rest of the school year.
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Many at the school describe him as highly self-regarding, condescending and arrogant toward the overwhelmingly female staff.
“He treats the staff with total disrespect and uses intimidation and retaliation to get his way,” said District 8 Representative Carmen Quinones.
A short and simple conversation could help your grades, so here are some helpful tips about how to talk to your teachers. Your teachers are just like you: They make mistakes, they have feelings and—believe it or not—they have lives outside of school. So when you approach them respectfully with a problem, they are more than likely going to understand what you’re going through. Your teacher likely didn’t become a teacher just so they could listen to their own voice all day.
It's more likely that they became a teacher because they want to help children succeed in school.