Fact: Please understand that there is a prescribed amount of material that must be covered in any college course, that course content cannot be changed, that instructors have no control over the amount of material that must be covered in any college level course (content is required by state law, or college division).
Instructors can only present the material that must be covered in any college level course in the manner that they choose. "The teacher goes to fast" is not an acceptable answer to your problems because the teacher has no control over the speed of the course.
Please think about these questions and write a paragraph or two discussing the following items. How do you feel about the course so far? Be honest. What has helped you the most? What has helped you the least? How do you feel about your success with mastering the course content thus far? Are you spending 3 hours out of class for every hour in class studying? Are you working in a study group? Are you working with other students successfully? Are you meeting with a study group often enough? How many hours are you working outside of class on this subject? Have you been to the learning center or some where else for outside help? Have you contacted Mrs. Wagner for help in her office, by phone, before or after class, during class, or by E-Mail. Have you attended a help session? Are you doing your homework? Every night? Are you doing your exam corrections? Are you asking questions in class? Are you doing your class work? Are you being responsible for your learning environment by attending class regularly? Are you on time for class every day? Are you being respectful of others? Who is really responsible for what your grade is in this class? You? Your class mates? Coach Wagner? Are you accomplishing your goals for this class? What might you do to better help yourself reach your goals for this class? How can Coach Wagner help you to learn to be a better player in the game of mathematics?