OH, that's the worst!!! In 6th grade, I was in advanced classes, right? Well, my science teacher used to be a doctor. Pediatrist. But we had to call her Dr. Woodworth isntead of Mrs. We seriously worked out of college science textbooks! These books had lists of colleges they were used at! I was 12! One time, when I asked her a question about a homework assignment I'd turned in but she had given me a zero, she said "You figure it out." Worst teacher ever. Surprised I ended the year with an A-B honor roll with her.
Another crazy thing about her... she made these powerpoints, right? About everything! And she didn't simplify the terms for young kids fresh outta elementary school. No, she used the same ole big doctor college terms. I had to do her homework with a dictionary next to me every single night!
I'm confused... what's not obvious? :P
Parents complained loads of times, and the kids did too... and IK about the HW thing! Ugh, she gave me zeros on loads of stuff I turned in! I'd cry to my parents and they'd call, and she'd be like "Oh, she did turn that in? OH, look, here it is! Sorry!" UGH. My dad is a doctor, and he thought she was a great teacher, he was really impressed by my notes. I was like "dad, that because you know what all of these words mean and I took these notes myself from textbooks!" Grrr... hated her.
I'm lucky enough to only have had a few subs that i really disliked. My teachers in eighth grade were really... incompetant, I guess? But they were ok, and I had a lot of fun in their classes. I learned what I needed to go on to high school :P The worst had to be my science teacher, who was so biased against evolution it wasn't even funny. Well, in retrospect, yeah it was. Still, teachers should deffinitely at least try to remain neutral.