• How to stop being nervous before a piano lesson?

    I’m 14 years old a recently I’ve gotten a new piano teacher. She’s a lot more experienced then my old one which makes me even more nervous. Before every piano lesson I feel as though I’ll disappoint her or something. Like I’m wasting my parents money. Believe me I love playing the piano but playing in front of... show more
    I’m 14 years old a recently I’ve gotten a new piano teacher. She’s a lot more experienced then my old one which makes me even more nervous. Before every piano lesson I feel as though I’ll disappoint her or something. Like I’m wasting my parents money. Believe me I love playing the piano but playing in front of other people especially my teacher is nerve racking for me. My dad says it’s because I have a deep fear of dissapoinring someone or letting them down. Is there any way to stop being nervous before a lesson? To quit thinking like she will judge me or think I’m bad?
    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • Verbal abuse to my old teacher at high school grad?

    So (almost) everyone in highschool I get along with and on good terms with. However, there is one teacher that I felt has been rude to me most of the time in high school and offended me several times. I didn t take any revenge to avoid school consequences. But at my graduation (after all students get their diploma... show more
    So (almost) everyone in highschool I get along with and on good terms with. However, there is one teacher that I felt has been rude to me most of the time in high school and offended me several times. I didn t take any revenge to avoid school consequences. But at my graduation (after all students get their diploma and walk off stage), say I find this teacher. What could happen if I start flipping her off / cursing at her / and then wishing malicious things against her?
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • A questioning about this phrase "joy full heart"?

    in the phrase "joy full heart" is that possible to give the following interpretation: 1 - a heart full of joy, having joy as adjective and full heart as noun? 2 - Or joy with your heart full, denoting to say be happy with all your heart? would those inferences be reasonable?
    in the phrase "joy full heart" is that possible to give the following interpretation: 1 - a heart full of joy, having joy as adjective and full heart as noun? 2 - Or joy with your heart full, denoting to say be happy with all your heart? would those inferences be reasonable?
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • What are your thoughts on this teacher s behavior?

    Let s say there s a student with a setback in her writing. She s a quiet kid in the class and does well in math, but her writing problem is a major problem. So the teacher keeps her (and other students) from doing the things other students are doing during the fun days until she meets her teacher s criteria. As the... show more
    Let s say there s a student with a setback in her writing. She s a quiet kid in the class and does well in math, but her writing problem is a major problem. So the teacher keeps her (and other students) from doing the things other students are doing during the fun days until she meets her teacher s criteria. As the year passes, she doesn t meet her teacher s expectations but that student is really trying. As a result, she has to miss break everyday of the week and fix that problem. The teacher probably begins to suspect that the student is not trying at all, so she forces her to sit on timeout wall next to the playground until the time for her timeout is over. The same routine repeats again, rarely the student is let go because she finally did it. The last year of school comes by and everyone takes the projects they finish home. Before the bell rings for the students leave, the teacher comments on the students in front of the classmates. The girl s comment from the teacher was that the girl did the least projects (because of problem) out of the whole class and even compares the amount to a student that is not as intelligent as her. (This is just a story. Similarities are pure coincidence!)
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • "He admitted to have raping me", is that even a sentence?

    I know "He admitted raping me" is, but I don't think the add of "To have" breaks the logic am i right?
    I know "He admitted raping me" is, but I don't think the add of "To have" breaks the logic am i right?
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why is it wrong to build sentence that way?

    "He admitted to rape me" I know it is readable, but was told something is wrong i guess grammatically. what is it?
    "He admitted to rape me" I know it is readable, but was told something is wrong i guess grammatically. what is it?
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is a heterotroph?

    3 answers · 6 days ago
  • Can a teacher show a student a test?

    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can you give me your opinion "as a student" as to why you see cooperative learning quite important in the classroom?

    This teaching strategy requires the teacher to set up learning activities that enable students to work in fluid pairs or in groups towards the same goal.
    This teaching strategy requires the teacher to set up learning activities that enable students to work in fluid pairs or in groups towards the same goal.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • What makes a teacher, educator, professor, etc, a 'great' teacher?

    Best answer: Hi explanation is key so that a student understands the process.
    Best answer: Hi explanation is key so that a student understands the process.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Are illiterate, uneducated, people more apt to believe lies even when the lies are exposed as complete fabrications?

    Best answer: It's the Dunning-Kruger effect. The less you know, the more you think you know, and the least educated and informed are the most certain that they know exactly what's going on.
    Best answer: It's the Dunning-Kruger effect. The less you know, the more you think you know, and the least educated and informed are the most certain that they know exactly what's going on.
    29 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do Americans say the or thuh? Is there a rule about which to use?

    Best answer: They say both, depending on the region. There is no rule, both pronunciations are acceptable.
    Best answer: They say both, depending on the region. There is no rule, both pronunciations are acceptable.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How much is reasonable to charge for private English tuition?

    My English is excellent. But I am not a qualified TEFL Teacher.
    My English is excellent. But I am not a qualified TEFL Teacher.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do I get my teacher fired for smoking on school grounds?

    I caught my teacher smoking on school grounds. She didn't see me video recording her on my iPhone. anyways there is also a security camera at the location where I was filming her. I know the exact time and location where this took place. If i tell the school administrator, will they fire her?
    I caught my teacher smoking on school grounds. She didn't see me video recording her on my iPhone. anyways there is also a security camera at the location where I was filming her. I know the exact time and location where this took place. If i tell the school administrator, will they fire her?
    17 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is it ok to quit a job you just started?

    I recently quit my job to move closer to family. I excepted a job as a preschool teacher, but I recently got a job as a first grade teacher, which I know will pay more. I ve been working as a preschool teacher for less than a week. Will it hurt if I quit so soon?
    I recently quit my job to move closer to family. I excepted a job as a preschool teacher, but I recently got a job as a first grade teacher, which I know will pay more. I ve been working as a preschool teacher for less than a week. Will it hurt if I quit so soon?
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago