|By Vinny919 (Vinny919) on Friday, September 17, 2004 - 09:49 am: Edit|
My AP Physics teacher won't show us our old assignments! He, first off, is a pretty good guy, and really enthusiastic about math and physics, but his lectures always digress from AP Physics material to other cool stuff he wants to show us. Then, we have a quiz and I think I do really good, but just last week I asked him my grade and he said I had a B! And he's never showing us our work. I keep asking and he says he'll get by tomorrow for sure. What should I do?! He's not telling us what we need to work on or anything. This is a lot like my history teacher who gives us packets to work on but never gives them back, so we could be doing the same thing wrong on all of them and never know.
Is there something that says if the teacher doesn't tell the student what they are doing wrong if they try to find out, then they can't give them a bad grade or something?
|By Ml41588 (Ml41588) on Friday, September 17, 2004 - 11:25 am: Edit|
teachers can be so annoying sometimes (all the time). i dont it says anywhere that teachers MUST show you your grades, but it would be nice if they did. do have like a student handbook or something that says what teachers must do? maybe it would say they have to there, but i doubt it.
|By Bluealien01 (Bluealien01) on Friday, September 17, 2004 - 02:15 pm: Edit|
I assume that you have a student handbook. Like Ml suggested, look in there. I'm not sure that there is a particular rule where a teacher is required to show you your grades per se, but teachers SHOULD give students feedback on their work as soon as possible so that the student can ask questions about the material that they had trouble on so that they will not make the same mistakes. If your teacher is simply refusing to give you your work back so that you can see your strengths and weaknesses, then perhaps you need to speak with your guidance counselor and/or principal.
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