First off, let me say that I 100% think most nursing school instructors are passionate about teaching and sincerely want their students to succeed.
With that said, you will occasionally get a teacher that you either think is a “bad teacher” or who just doesn’t teach in a way that resonates with you.
Some students may take this as an opportunity to give away their power and just resort to complaining and feeling resentful…but not you. The truth is, no one is perfect and the key is how you react when your instructor is “not so great.”
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