balletmomy Posted October 14, 2010 Report Share Posted October 14, 2010 I am looking for some advise to give my daughter (age 14) who is dealing with a teacher who is ignoring her in ballet. She is unsure if she should approach the teacher and ask her if there is something more she could be doing in class. She is also nervous to do so as she doesn't want to appear to be pointing fingers. My dd feels as though she is one of the hardest working and does get comments for that, but she can go a whole class without corrections. The teacher has her favorites and they appear to be the focus. The teacher has met with dd, as with all students in the class, and discussed goals and said she works very hard in class. DD feels she has already improved on the items set for her to work on. DD is the tallest in her class as she is 5"9' Feeling like a fish out of water on this one. I do meet with the teacher in Dec. but that seems like a long wait. Appreciate any suggestions. Quote Link to comment
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