Facets of Faith: subpar teacher experiences


Hanl Brown

Staff reporter Faith Brocke expresses her emotions and experiences in her column, Facets of Faith.

Faith, Staff Reporter

After many experiences with teachers that have left me fuming, I have come to the conclusion that any course that has an active teacher should be eligible for a teacher evaluation.

Taking a page out of college classes’ notebook could definitely alter the way both staff and students handle conflicts and manage their experiences at school.

Personally, I could benefit from this greatly because I seem to have beef with at least one teacher every year.

Trust me, I could write essays on my experiences, but I never act on my impulses, mainly because I suffer from perpetual exhaustion.

However, if evaluations were compulsory and expected, I guarantee you I would fly through a college ruled notebook trying to convey just how good (or terrible) of a teacher they were. Not to ruin careers or anything (not intentionally…) but to better the course for future classes.