80. ARE YOU RUDE TO YOUR TEACHERS? #JacksLifeLessonsForTeenagers #forabettertomorrow #JackLookman #Rita Nnamani #OlayinkaCarew


Respecting your educators is essential to both your academic and personal growth. Although you may occasionally feel irritated or misinterpreted, it’s crucial to control your feelings and show your professors, teachers and tutors, the deference they merit. This is a lesson in life on why you should treat your professors with respect and how to avoid being impolite to them.

First of all, remember that your teachers are there to support you. Their main objective is to help and guide you while you go through education. They invest a great deal of time and effort into developing lesson plans, assigning homework, and figuring out how to make learning interesting. They also spend time and resources behind the scene, to add great value to your life. Some or most of them are poorly remunerated for the value they offer, but they offer it all the same. Being impolite to your lecturers not only ruins the learning environment in the classroom but also shows disdain for their work and the importance of your education.

Ignorance towards your professors can have serious repercussions right away. It can result in disciplinary measures like suspensions or detentions, which could harm your academic record. Furthermore, your educational experience may be impacted by a bad rapport with your lecturers. When teachers feel appreciated and respected by their students, they are more likely to be understanding and supportive; and to go much further in offering great value.

Think about the long-term effects as well. Your reputation may be shaped by the way you act in class. Possessing a reputation for being a thoughtful and polite student can lead to benefits like employment references, scholarships, and excellent recommendation letters for college applications. Conversely, a discourteous reputation can hinder your future opportunities and close doors.

Start by using basic etiquette to ensure that you and your professors have a polite connection. Saying “please” and “thank you,” greeting your professors, and paying close attention to what they have to say, can all make a big difference. Building a favorable rapport with them can be achieved by expressing gratitude for their hard work, such as by praising them for a class you loved or recognizing their effort.

When you’re angry or irritated, give yourself a moment to collect yourself before answering. If you feel misunderstood or disagree with something, speak calmly and privately with your teacher about your concerns. When expressing your emotions, use “I” expressions to avoid coming across as critical. Say something like, “I’m confused about this assignment,” as opposed to, “You didn’t explain it well.” This strategy promotes respectful communication and cooperation.

Remember that if navigated wisely, your teacher could easily be one of your gateways to success.

Thank you very much for your time. 

This is Jack Lookman signing off. Ire o (I wish you blessings)

Ire kabiti (I wish you loads of blessings).

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