A place to submit examples of Teacher Logic.
I once had a teacher who had a YouTube channel. She was a strict teacher, one who everyone hated in the classes that had her. Hardly a fun class, usually do a bunch of worksheets and maybe an "activity" once in a while. One day she records our class doing a fun activity to potentially post on YouTube. You could tell every student in the class was uneasy that she was being so nice and helpful, even to the struggling students. Teacher Logic, put on a good show but in reality don't do anything.
This happened to me a few months ago -
Classmate - *humming loudly* (My name), would you shut up?
Me - *completely silent*
Teacher - (My name)! Don't disturb the class.
*Few minutes later*
Classmate - *still humming loudly* (My name)! I told you to shut up!
Me - *still completely silent*
Teacher - (My name), I told you already to stop, but now I have no choice but to give you detention.
Long story short, someone else was loud in class, and I got detention for it. Good thing I'm going to a new school soon.
On our report cards, our work habits section consists of G, S, or N, meaning Good, Satisfactory, or Needs improvement. One day we had a group project where we had to measure the dimensions of the room and draw the room in AutoCAD. Me and my partner were talking and working at the same time, and out of nowhere the teacher literally comes up to us and says "You're both getting an N on your report cards" we pass it off as a joke and continue working. Then we have to use a tape measure to measure a 12 foot long wall, and the teacher is helping a student nearby. My friend accidentally lets go of the front of the tape measure, sending a long line of sharp metal zooming my direction. My reflexes made me throw the tape measure away, and luckily the speedy tape didn't hit me. But it was quite loud, and the teacher looks at us and says, "OK, is there a work habit letter worse than an N? Cause if there is, that's what you're getting." Somehow I got an "S" on my report card.
I was watching this video in Science class, and they were saying the pledge of allegiance in the video, and I whispered "..and justice for all"
Just those 4 words.
My teacher told me to sit in the back of the room.
Later on in the period, these 2 kids who were some of my teachers favorites, started to yell "OHH SAVAGE" and my teacher didn't care
Glad I don't have him anymore.
Teacher: You didn't do your homework?
Me: I was at a wedding last ni-
Teacher: I DON'T WANT HEAR YOUR EXCUSE
Teacher: Kids these days... With their dumb excuses, faking going to weddings and parties..
Me: My cousin's wedding is less important than HW I guess...
My 3rd grade teacher made us do a maths test and we had to write down what strategy we used. I used algorithms like a normal person would. The next thing I know, the teacher is like "You can't write down algorithms because that's a 'lazy method'.
This is a true story that happened to my friend. So he was in Italian class where everyone had to make a title page, including the Italian flag. The teacher told everyone the previous lesson to bring in colour pencils. My friend did just that, but he got a detention because "he did not bring a red colour pencil". Totally makes sense.
Teacher - Oh, you're the brother/sister of a student I had years ago? Well, your brother/sister was a jerk and troublemaker, so I'm just going to assume you're the same, and I'll always be watching everything you do.
*bomb threat in school that will go off any minute*
teacher: Go slowly and in an orderly fashion, we don't want anyone to get hurt
me: BUT WE ARE ALL GOING TO GET HURT IF WE DON'T GET OUT OF HERE QUICKLY
teacher: No buts. Now, detention for talking back. When we get back here, you are going to have a chat with the principal.
me: *thinking* we are all going to die
I put this in EDUCATION, but realized it was better her, so here it is
*when teacher finds out student did not ask question when they needed to because they were shy*
Teacher: Don't worry. Asking questions is essential to life.
*when child asks question because they do not understand the material*
Teacher: You should have been listening then. Ask a neighbor.