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09 March 2009 @ 11:53 pm
Hoping for some responses.  
I am taking two courses with a teacher.. both online. I got feedback from one of my tests and on one of the answers I got this response:

"This is so sad I don't know where to start. You don't know the meaning of ____ or ____. "

The answer was spot on on explanation and definition, however the opinion part was incorrect (as in I picked the wrong one..) I'm not upset with the answer being wrong. Well slightly, but I am eliciting the opinion of another teacher of the same subject on that. But.. is that an even reasonable feedback response. Would you expect this from a teacher. Should a teacher be this rude?

Or am I being sensitive because it is my own work. Can someone give me an outside view?

Thanks.
 
 
Feelin' : angryangry
 
 
 
Rachelleirradescent on March 10th, 2009 12:47 pm (UTC)
That "opinion" was totally uncalled for. He or she should stick to the facts: "This is wrong because you don't know the meaning of _ or _." Putting "this is so sad I don't know where to start" is definitely opinion, which should have been left out.
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