Shaun Ravens wrote:
A good teacher will find ways for you to train the areas you are most in need of training. A good student will follow. A bad student may be bad simply because they choose to do their own thing.
IMH understanding a bad teacher are the teachers who choose to do their own thing and do not consider the need of the students that's why the reaction of a student appears to be bad. It's not a resistance or an intentional, it's a common law that once you expect good at least you did good.
I do not generalize all the senseis, Anyone not encompassed by the quality of sensei I am describing of must not be affected by this. I believe there are lots of good sensei out there as well as good students.