Does the first impression of teacher influences how a student understands concept?We all have studied from our teachers at some point in our life and have varied opinions about teachers. We admire some teachers very much whereas criticise some it's all because the way we understand what they taught.
And our opinion of any teachers build up after months and years of studying together but as the heading of this thread says does the first impression of teacher influences our understanding in his/her class and we carry on that impression for a long time. Even when the teacher is teaching very well but his first impression wasn't good in his/her first class it keeps going on the back of the mind of the students and hinder his/her understanding
For me yes the first impression does influence a student's understanding to some extent but with time it this influence changes because of the ways the teacher teaches. What is your opinion about the heading of the thread? Have you observed this thing in your life too?