Why bother spending hours preparing lessons plans and supporting documents when nobody’s going to show up to my formations? When my colleagues can’t be bothered to give up four hours a week on a schedule that THEY suggested (after vetoing SEVERAL that I proposed), I have a hard time being sympathetic when they complain that they’re not as tech-savvy as they’d like to be.
Want to learn more about “informatique”? Try actually showing up to the lessons that you requested. Try not wasting an afternoon your volunteer could have spent on other projects. Try doing the exersizes I suggest. Try having any necessary materials prepared before the lesson actually starts. And most of all, try genuinely trying to learn, instead of expecting to use me as a crutch.