Local teacher is baffled as to why entire class has failed to improve their grade average after explaining the same concept, the same way, several times over an extended period.
Matthew Butler (17) gives insight to the statistic, explaining, “It’s like she has the English capacity of someone who has been hit by a truck. And what I mean by that (please note how I am now going to use a different sentence to explain my same argument) is that she can’t think of a single other word in the entire English language to describe her initial point. So instead she just says the same thing over and over using different dialects. Like, she might speak REALLLLY SLOW AND LOUD, or really quiet and soft, but really… she is just repeating the same four sentences with her eyes getting wider each time.”
On the failing class, the teacher comments, “It’s so disappointing. It’s like they don’t LISTEN to me. I blame Snapchat and Instagram and Facebook, and Snapchat and Instagram and Facebook,and Snapchat and Instagram and Facebook – students today just don’t care like they used to.”
The Footnotes went on to ask the teacher to further explain her assertion that students “just don’t care like they used to” and she went on to say: