Things Instructors Want you To Know
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When you are really upset with me about something, let me know.
Do not ask me to talk about things that I should not or am not permitted to talk about, such as the status of other students.
Bring me problems as soon as possible. I may be able to help you if I have enough lead time.
Give me feedback on my performance; just be tactful, constructive, and respectful.
I may be able to help you if you goof up, just do not do anything really stupid.
If I am saying the wrong thing or about to something wrong, tell me. Do not let me look like a fool.
The greatest compliment to a instructor is imitation. To have a student emulate you makes you feel you are doing something right. I will always try to be a person to emulate.
Great followers make great leaders. If you are a great follower of my teachings, I will not hesitate to leave in charge when I am gone.
Always do your best but do not try to upscale me.
Always take responsibility for your actions.
I will try to compliment you when you do something correctly, but do not always expect a compliment.
Bath me in light but do not be too concerned about the blemishes the light may expose.