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27 Oct 2016, 3:38 pm

I had the same teacher from the age of 3 to 6.

She threatened to cut off the ear of a kid who wasn't listening, even going as far as taking out a pair of scissors and asking him which ear he'd like to keep.

I ate slowly, so she would try to speed me up by putting spicy peppers into my food.

She also pretended to call the cops on us. She said that there's no need to tell our parents because they won't love a misbehaving child in jail anyway.

Another time, she wrote words on the board and called us up one by one to read the words that she pointed to. When we couldn't, she slapped our hands with rulers.

In addition to those things, she also called kids "fat", "lazy", etc. There were about forty kids in our class, so maybe she was just going mad from having to deal with forty little kids five days a week.


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28 Oct 2016, 12:18 am

I corrected a substitute geography teacher on what the capital of Australia was once, she kept me in detention for two days, I even picked up a massive book from the shelf for her to check it herself, everyone started laughing when they saw it wasn't Melbourne and I got it right. I went on a rant to her saying that's an easy one, and started reeling off capitals of eastern european countries cause I somehow always store that kinda crap in my head since I was young, that's probably why she gave me detention for ''answering back''.


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31 Oct 2016, 6:44 pm

Yes, there was an entire herd of teachers at my heels back in 2007 at uni, trying their best to wrap me around their disgusting little fingers. They thought they were the puppeteers of that show. Ha!

Long story short, things did not turn out the way they had hoped, and I was able to rise above them all.

Last I heard of the ring leader, she became a walking tumor, so she's busy battling herself instead of others now. I feel sorry for the disgusting creature but at the same time have never loathed anyone more.


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13 Nov 2016, 6:17 am

I've never endured teacher bullying myself, but I do remember this one time when a teacher made nasty remarks about another autistic person behind his back, a couple of months ago.

I go to school by taxi, and I share the journey with a boy who is two years younger than me and also on the spectrum. He's a very nice, friendly guy, and I have a lot of fun talking to him and having a laugh. But he sometimes has meltdowns or blips in lessons whenever he gets agitated or lose his temper.

When we arrived at school and we both got out the taxi, we went different directions to make our way to our classes. Then, suddenly, this woman who is a learning support assistant, approached me and started talking to me, saying stuff like "Hi, Leah. How are you doing in sixth form?" You know, the basic questions.

But then she went on "You travel with this lad, don't you? I bet it must be a difficult journey in there, having to put up with him. He'd throw bricks at a puppy...oh well, at least you've got a lot to talk about to your friends, at lunch.".
I just couldn't believe what that woman was saying. I nodded along, trying to keep calm, but inside I was extremely angry. Because, I actually get on very well with this boy. I consider him a friend. Yeah, I know he may struggle in his lessons and teachers may find it difficult to keep him focused, but I really hate it when people have the nerve to insult others I get on with. And I know for a fact he's definitely not the kind to hurt animals (it was probably only a figure of speech, but that was just, not right to make that kind of comment about another student).

I was in two minds whether to report her or not, but eventually I decided to let it drop as I didn't know her name.


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19 Nov 2016, 9:14 pm

There was an awful kind of 'hive mentality' (cue sci-fi thoughts!) about my old high school. Basically, being a public school and not a grammar as it is here in the UK, it was a catch-all establishment for all problem kids in the area, and had a known problem with bullying. I knew there was at least one suicide from what had been protracted, homophobic abuse against a guy a few years above me, completely ignored by teachers and parents, it seems. During my time there, I was so absolutely excluded at a social and group-project angle, teachers would use me as a kind of punishment: 'go sit next to her', or 'go work with her'. Perhaps that seems reasonable, but believe me the context of their words left me feeling demoted to an unsavoury piece of apparatus no one wanted to get stuck with. I was almost never defended by teachers, even when students would be so obviously 'bullying'. Had a book thrown at my head once, with me sitting at a desk directly in front of the teacher - said individual smirks.


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20 Nov 2016, 8:19 pm

I haven't been bullied, thankfully, but only two teachers really understood me out of all the teachers I've encountered. The worst are the ones who think they understand, but totally don't. It's been frustrating me for years that there's so much awesome stuff I want to share with the world, but more often then not it has nothing to do with the course material, and because I'm such a free spirit, I openly and secretly rebel against people wanting me to conform or act like everyone else. I'm so through with the public school system; I'm eternally glad that I was homeschooled for most of my life.


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20 Nov 2016, 8:35 pm

Yes, by different teachers. I was the kind of kind that a teacher either loved or hated, but unfortunately, I was mostly hated. This was in the early to mid 1990's before bullying became such an issue like it is today. No one believed me about the teacher bullying and just like when other kids bullied me, I was always told it was my fault somehow.


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20 Nov 2016, 8:40 pm

I once read a great book about homeschooling in which school was described as 'a twelve year death sentence.'


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30 Nov 2016, 3:14 am

I find that this form of bullying, even if it very slight and passive aggressive, doesn't stop in high school. I think some teachers have a tendency to find certain aspie traits "quirky" and point them out in an attempt to be amusing. Or they don't take certain symptoms very seriously because they don't realize (for example) that a students grimacing from a automatic hand dryer is because its physically painful not because its slightly annoying.



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30 Nov 2016, 4:12 am

I was constantly belittled in front of the other students all the way until high school. in elementary and jr. high I was paddled regularly, and the teachers would send snarky notes to my parents telling them to spank the stupid out of me.



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02 Dec 2016, 2:25 am

Yea, a lot. Usually I don't notice it however because I'm absent minded AF. However when I do it usually just makes me hate the teacher and become as withdrawn from class as I possibly can. I kind of want to skip but there's still a TINY bit of hope that I will not be homeless and graduate with some low job.