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    So I am currently studying as a mature student, in one of my units I take it has been noticed by my fellow course mates that there is chemistry between myself and the lecture. We are both in our mid-late 20's obviously they have been teaching since graduating and I have re joined education late on. Every day I often get comments said to me from course mates about the way my lecturer looks at me the way they talk to me. I think I am slowly becoming very found of the said person and don't know what to do.

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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So I am currently studying as a mature student, in one of my units I take it has been noticed by my fellow course mates that there is chemistry between myself and the lecture. We are both in our mid-late 20's obviously they have been teaching since graduating and I have re joined education late on. Every day I often get comments said to me from course mates about the way my lecturer looks at me the way they talk to me. I think I am slowly becoming very found of the said person and don't know what to do.

    Any advice?
    How long will you be in their lectures for?

    I would have thought an experienced lecturer would be able to behave professionally and not show favouritism or 'chemistry' towards a student in front of others, is it possible that the lecturer just likes you as a student because you are a good contributor rather than actually being attracted to you?

    Are you 'friendly' enough with the lecturer that you can mention to him/her that some students have commented on him/her showing favouritism and while you are sure it's not intentional could they please especially try not to single you out?
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    What exactly does he do, to make you or your fellow course mates think that there is chemistry between the two of you?
 
 
 
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