Explanation Illustration Intervention
General Middle School High School Undergraduate
"I remember in my 6th grade, one teacher, she yelled a lot at us if we didn't understand it. She'd yell a lot…If you got something wrong and you like couldn't understand, she'd basically…yell, like, " Oh my god, how could you not understand it?"
“On our new stuff, like math it's really hard. And I don't like doing things by myself. I'd rather have kind of a partner involved and helping me out.”
"We have a really big class and not a lot of one-on-one time. It's not her fault but the circumstances."
"Tell her to stop talking so much. It's so monotonous and blah."
"She's like a small teacher, so she just goes fast and tries to get her lesson in. And then, if we understand it, then that's good, and if we don't she'll do it again."
"Show less videos. I know people love videos, but I don't, watching the same videos over and over again with the same information."
"They don't always answer what you asked. It's circular reasoning. They are pompous and think they know everything."
"My advanced placement calculus teacher taught straight from the book and would often skip steps during his explantions."