Do We Often Judge When We Don’t Know the Whole Story?

When we meet old students who are with other teachers in the school building where we are teaching they may have a tendency to say they do not like their classes and want to come back to yours.  We may think that their teachers are not doing a good job and it may make us feel good, however we do not know the full story.  Students when placed in a new setting may not like it because its different and may take some time to get used to it.   Instead of assuming the worst in people, maybe we should get our facts straight or talk to the teachers and see why the students don’t like it.  Working together can lead to better teaching for both parties.

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One Response to “Do We Often Judge When We Don’t Know the Whole Story?”

  1. Yep, most people just hate change, I know I do.


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