When I went into my 1st Heating, Ventilation & A/C class, the professor changed our seats.
- I tend to go to the front of the room because I have a minor hearing problem.
I use hearing aids, but if I’m not near the front, I can’t distinguish between voices. I have had this hearing issue since I was just a kid, as well as I knew what to do to compensate, then when the prof walked into the Heating, Ventilation & A/C class, she moved everyone, but my pal Ed and I were put according to last names, as well as I ended up in the back seat. For the 1st hour, I had no idea what was going on, because I could not understand anything she was saying. I didn’t want to say something in front of everyone, although she was accusing me of not listening to her. When the class was put on break, she stopped me… She asked what was wrong with her teaching ability? I shook my head. She asked why I wasn’t listening, as well as told me I could not have the earphones in while in class. I chuckled as well as said they were earphones. I was partially deaf as well as they were my hearing aids. She turned a deep shade of red, as well as asked why I wasn’t sitting in the front of the class, however once I reminded him I was until she changed the seats, the Heating, Ventilation & A/C professor turned an even deeper shade of red. When class was back in session, she moved many of us around, so it didn’t look as if she was just picking on me. She said they were shiny, happy Heating, Ventilation & A/C faces that should be seen more clearly.