I am so sorry for your bad experience (ive been there) and I think everyone here has made a valid point. I had the most amazing animal science teacher, who was also my boss, cause I was a student worker on the college farm as well. She was great until I missed classes, showed up unprepared, or got lazy with my job, then it was my butt chewed, often in front of people. One thing I learned about her was that she wasnt trying to be rude to me, she didnt hate me like I suspected, she had higher expectations for me and constantly pushed me out of my comfort zone so that I could improve my skills. Try not to take it personal and use it as a learning tool. He may or may not have meant it personal and I also agree with the thinking out of the box comment. The teacher I mentioned above constantly put me in situations that I was convinced I would fail at, I didnt always succeed (most of the time I did fail) but I pushed my limits and learned alot about myself and I learned that failure is not a bad thing. Give the guy another chance, horse people and ranchers are their own breed and often come across wrong. I truly hope your next class goes much better :) Good luck to you and your sister <3
Thank you everyone for your honest opinions. Though I may not have agreed with some I did listen to them, and will keep them in mind for the future.
This thread was mainly to vent, and I have done that, and I have calmed down and I am not angry with my instructor anymore (though I still don't agree with what he did)
Whats done is done. I can't change what happened at that class, so I might as well accept what happened and let it all go, though still remember it for future experience.
Once again thank you all for being honest. Id rather agree/disagree with honest people than deal with people that will only tell me what I want to hear.