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The Worst Teacher I Ever Had Taught Me Something Valuable About Teaching

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I hated this guy.

He’d mumble jibberish he read straight from his notes. Took long pauses of silence during his shpeals. Put nothing but quotes from the reading in his lecture slides. Silenced students every time someone asked a valid question. And NEVER answered…

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