Before I start this rant, please note that I wish to swap every word referring to the person in objective with very insulting words. Furthermore, I did not curse because I am thorougly considering sending this rant to someone in the university after the semester is over, so not many curse words.
Okay so what is a teacher if she/he will not inspire you to do anything nor inspire you to work on her/his subject, nor does she/he seem to try?
Why would we need a design teacher if all she/he is going to do is sit and tell us what's wrong rather than teach us about the design process, a way of thinking, the diversity, the freedom, and everything else which makes architecture a powerful art and an important passionate tool for those aware of it, and those who are not?
How am I supposed to care about the course that "teacher" is teaching, if she herself doesn't even seem to care?
How am I supposed to be energized and passionate about designing if the "teacher" is not even energetic (and definately not passionate)?
A teacher is to inspire, not just sit there and mumble around about the design like a governmental worker with a low wage.
A teacher is NOT only meant to give low marks, to make herself seem more powerful and to try and get some respect.
A teacher is NOT meant to just sit down and wait for students to ask her stuff, we are STUDYING! I know that she's not making money off caring about us, but that does NOT mean that she should just let us rot in hell as long as she gets her undeserved money. Why? Coz that's what a teacher does, she/he cares.
Students are not usually 100% excited to work on a project, make them work, it is a LEARNING PROCESS; you teach them everything about the job that makes you want to belong to it, and you actually make them want the job, rather than make them unsure of it being their calling.
...And after all that, and due to my moodiness and need of attention and passion, I will fail and fall back for an entire year, due to some uninspiring, old, saggy, bitch.
I guess I might not send this, I'll consider it.
1 year ago