My psychology teacher who teaches me both standard and higher level psychology will be leaving us in three weeks to go to another college and will be replaced by a inexperienced IB teacher, so we are forced to learn the options and the qualitative research methodology ourselves! I have been getting level 7's in Psychology recently mainly because I work hard myself but I rely on my teachers to mark and justify my grades but now that we will be getting an inexperienced psychology teacher - who knows what is going to happen!
My maths studies teacher is demotivating me completely, I find it difficult to ask her a question without feeling patronised or belittled by her every time I do so, I really do want a good grade however it just feels difficult to understand topics within the syllabus at the speed she wants us to be. She asks us to complete an exercise from the book for every lesson and the amount that is in that book is too much to do without falling behind on other subjects
Apologies for the mini-rant, but I was wondering whether there is anybody in a similar position as I or what could be a way to overcome the situations. I'm not usually dependent on teachers but something is aggravating me strongly and it is affecting my learning.
Edited by BJD, May 16, 2012 - 18:52.