politics. can't get away from it.

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Literally.

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There are appropriate ways to give this sort of feedback. Think about what you really wanted. Did you really want to help this teacher dress better? Or did you want to gang up on her and embarass her in public? Only you know the answer to this; I am not accusing you. <br />
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Forming a posse and marching in is not the right way. The message it sends is that you dont care about her as a person, you are trying to harm her, and right away anyone is going to close their minds to anything you have to say. <br />
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Anonymous complaints are not the right approach, either.<br />
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If you have constructive criticism (focus on the word constructive) you should be willing to kindly take a person aside and tell them in a gentle way, so that they will actually be able to hear you and benefit from it.<br />
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You can learn from this, and gain important information about how to approch things in a beneficial way --- if you are willing to see it as a learning experience. You will encounter situations like this in the workplace. When you do, you will hopefully look back and remember a better approach.

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That does make sense, we didint intend to gang up on her, but after reading this i can see where one might get the idea, thanks for the advice, i'll be sure to use it next time :)

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Cheers!

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sounds odd.

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Very, and awkward.

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What an a.. hole! I have had my share of irresponsible teachers and staff........

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Their all equally annoying.

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lol

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The other teacher was probably a friend of hers. All teachers watch each others back. Try telling your parents or calling the principle anonymously.

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That will help actually, thanks :)

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