A Lesson From Teacher

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The reasons varied traffic, Internet issues, fell asleep, simply forgot but they should be able to use the time they paid for. I feel it is disrespectful to the student to not provide the service they paid for. It may be annoying as a teacher for students to show up late or not at all, but there are plenty of things to do on the computer. Getting paid to watch Netflix isn't that bad. Chris, do you find it disrespectful to the teacher for students to consistently show up any time they like? I had professors in college who didn't let students into the classroom if they were more than twenty minutes late to a minute class.

I thought it was strict, but I also thought that respect goes both ways, and I don't find it respectful to consistently show up late to one's appointments. It worked, by the way. Those professors rarely had students show up late, and if they did, it was because of a genuine emergency, not because they couldn't be bothered to set their alarm or take an earlier bus. More lenient professors had chaotic classrooms.

If you see it this way, that you get paid for being at your computer for an hour, your policy makes sense. If you think that you get hired for offering a specific service teaching for an hour, at your computer, but you are perceived as someone who just sits there Guyomar I agree that in many not all circumstances that yes it is disrespectful.

I ask the same of you though, if someone pays you for an hour of your time, and you leave after 15 minutes, is that not also disrespectful? Christina I understand your point but disagree as at the end of the day we are paid for our time. Is it disrespectful to be late, sure, but have they paid us for that time, yes.

There are many productive things you can do in this time too. I consider it respectful and my duty to show up on time or a little earlier if possible, wait for the student if they indicate that they will be late, and wait a certain amount of time I think 15 minutes is the norm if they haven't notified me at all. However, I don't agree that it's disrespectful not to wait longer than fifteen minutes if the student hasn't bothered to let me know they are going to be late. This is minimum courtesy, and it's not much to ask when it's so easy to communicate.

In my experience, people who are not there beyond 15 minutes late after the start time without communicating it at any point, simply never show up. They've booked my time that another student could have used and shown up! I don't consider it my duty to wait more than 15 minutes when I teach in other settings. I know there is disagreement about this and different perspectives, but no, to answer your question, I think waiting 15 minutes for someone who hasn't given you any notice is already good enough. I'm probably going to be at my computer anyway, but I'd like to think I'm not being paid "for my time".

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I am not a sentinel. We'll have to agree to disagree on that, which is fine. However I will mention, in many countries with unstable internet, I argue it isn't always easy to communicate when having issues. Chris, fair enough. Sure, if my student is from Venezuela or even another place that isn't in such a dire situation, but still has problems with infrastructure , I'm not going to be unreasonable about missed lessons or lack of communication.

However, if the person is from Western Europe or North America, as are the majority of students who can afford my lessons, there's very rarely an excuse for not sending a message saying, "Hey, I'm running late. Please be careful. I am really worried. I have always told my teacher friends that italki is the best because they respect and protect their teachers but if you are going to allow us to be treated disrespectfully by rude students who come vastly late to a lesson then I am not sure I can stand by what I have said before about you.

Do you want to allow students to get away with treating teachers rudely? Is it ok that there is no punishment for being late? Teachers should just put up with this? How long will it be before teachers find a platform that treats them like were treated by you before this new "update"? Waiting for more than minutes is tremulously rude. How should we conduct a lesson with a student who doesn't respect us enough to tun up on time? Truth is there is no way we can satisfy everyone.

I respect all your viewpoints and they are valid, but we have decided on what we think is fair to all. If the student is rude to you in any way you have the right to make a complaint against them and choose not to teach them in future. If the student agrees that they are ok with you waiting 10, 15, 20 etc. Please sign in to leave a comment.

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I got a new lesson request! What do I do now? Can I change the date or time of a lesson request? What happens if I don't respond to a lesson request?

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See more italki wishes to ensure clarity so that everyone can have a positive experience connecting with teachers or language learners. If there is a problem with the lesson, we ask both students and teachers to provide evidence in the form of screenshots showing any relevant information including time and date.

This will help us resolve the issue faster. If a student is late, we require that the teacher be available to teach during the entire booked lesson time. However, teachers are not expected to make up lesson time lost due to student tardiness and are not required to continue the lesson beyond the official end time. We require teachers to connect with their students on the agreed communication platform before the lesson time.

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For example, there can be confusion or miscommunication about emails or user IDs. By connecting before the lesson, both teachers and students can avoid problems during the scheduled lesson time. If a student fails to attend a lesson it is the teacher's right to be paid in full. However, if the student had an accident, an emergency, or it was an honest misunderstanding, the teacher can choose to allow the student to reschedule.

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How to reschedule after the lesson time has ended. If there are any problems, we hope teachers and students can come to an agreement. If they are not able to reach an agreement, then they should contact italki. Comment actions Permalink. Zahava March 28, David March 28, Christina March 28, Cedric March 28, Jessica March 28, His research focus is on the policy and practice of teacher education, teacher professionalism, and ICT and professional learning.

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People also read Article. Published online: 3 Aug Julie N. Published online: 9 Jul Parents would reach out more, and I started to hear that kids really enjoyed being in my class. I never abandoned my work on curriculum, data, differentiation, and all of the other things that are essential in a classroom, but I did shift my priorities. New teachers often ask me where I find the time to build relationships in the classroom. I always tell them that it should be the first thing they build into their plans. Prioritize it at the beginning of the year and continue it each day.

Just as one allocates time to teaching procedures, an equal amount of time should go into building community and getting to know students. One of my favorite classroom games is Who Is It? Each student writes two to three unique things about themselves on a Post-it note with their name.

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I collect the notes and read them to the class, and they have to guess who wrote it. Trying out one new thing is a great starting point. Burnout is too serious of an issue. A simple conversation, a question, a walk, or a game can make the classroom a great place to be. Get the best of Edutopia in your inbox each week.