Question by  asad (116)

What do you do if a failing student tells you that you are the worst teacher ever?

I'm a teacher.


Answer by  mammakat (11147)

If you feel you have done your best, you need to shuck it off. You didn't create this child, and you are not their parent. If you have seen problems and intervened, and you are assured this child is safe, what more can you do? This is ONE child.


Answer by  technogeek (6640)

If a failing student tells you that you are the problem, then produce for his parents evidence that the child has not produced up to his capabilities. Then the parents will understand that you have done everythingt hat you could and the child has not held up his part of the arrangement.


Answer by  worker2746 (2434)

You look at yourself in the mirror and see if there is anything more you could or can do to help this child. A child's failures are often complex and far-reaching and encompass more than just the teacher and the child. You should involved the parents in this conversation with child.

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