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Bk Ray
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Subj: A bit of advice?
Posted: Fri Oct 27, 2017 at 08:50:34 am EDT (Viewed 492 times)



I am currently working on my Teacher Training.

There's about 80 of us and there are about 5 of us, who are either on the same subject, same school and same professional issues subgroup, so we tend to band together.

The weakest student is starting to concern me. She bottled out of a group presentation and I had to deliver her, quite frankly piss poor presentation in front of the group with 10 minutes notice, so could only make minor improvements (everyone kind of guess what happened).

She's also coming to see us to get lifts last minute from school even when I am in a meeting in my department. I've told her I don't mind this, but explained to her I am not going to meet her in the middle of the city to pick her up in the morning, unless she meets me on my route (it would add 30 minutes to my commute) for the sake of her walking just under a mile. She hasn't turned up to placement for a week as she can't work out/get organised how to get there so keeps phoning in sick.

She's now group messaged us all to ask for a copy of our assignments to use 'as a guide'. Her work isn't great and I have specifically referenced key psychological concepts. I don't have faith in her to not copy my specific references and then we would both be picked up for plagiarising. So I've told her no.

Pretty sure she isn't going to hack it and whilst I want to help, I don't want her to take me down with her. Am I being reasonable?





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