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Teacher fed up with students swearing, stealing and destroying property

Teacher fed up with students swearing, stealing and destroying property

(4:25) If you're going to threaten it, you'd better follow through.Ohio teacher calls for well-defined consequences for bad behaviour from students.

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Guest: (282 days ago)

When I went to a British school in the 1970's, they used corporal punishment on students that spoke during class. I have been personally whipped in the hand with a belt by the teacher and have seen other students beaten with a paddle by the principle.

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When I went to a British school in the 1970's, they used corporal punishment on students that spoke during class. I have been personally whipped in the hand with a belt by the teacher and have seen other students beaten with a paddle by the principle.

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Guest: Maxwell1956 (280 days ago)

Guest....and that's wrong. Communications is the key. Allot less students per class room is a constructive start to provide the time neccesary to engage in healthy communication and encourage healthy learning.

Mr. Phillips

Canada

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Guest....and that's wrong. Communications is the key. Allot less students per class room is a constructive start to provide the time neccesary to engage in healthy communication and encourage healthy learning.

Mr. Phillips

Canada

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Guest: (279 days ago)
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That's an interesting theory. However, many of the cultures that achieve the best learning outcomes have relatively high class sizes. It's a bit of a liberal Western theory that smaller sizes leads to better education. Singapore for example has average classes of 35+. A lot of it is down to culture rather than class size.

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That's an interesting theory. However, many of the cultures that achieve the best learning outcomes have relatively high class sizes. It's a bit of a liberal Western theory that smaller sizes leads to better education. Singapore for example has average classes of 35+. A lot of it is down to culture rather than class size.

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Guest: (279 days ago)

I think the problem is there are no standards on what to do when the communication breaks down and the student continues to be a bother. Do you kick that student out of class? Suspend the student? Expell? Detention? What if the student doesn't leave the class when you ask them to? What if the student hits you, can you defend yourself?

One student making a fuss in class shouldn't prevent the others from getting an eduction; however, if you dismiss all the students that make a fuss, then nobody will be left to teach. When a student is expelled, that person gets left behind in society and will never get a good job. What role should the teacher play in turning that troublemaker into a good student or should it be the responsibility of the parent or the principle or just the student?

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I think the problem is there are no standards on what to do when the communication breaks down and the student continues to be a bother. Do you kick that student out of class? Suspend the student? Expell? Detention? What if the student doesn't leave the class when you ask them to? What if the student hits you, can you defend yourself?

One student making a fuss in class shouldn't prevent the others from getting an eduction; however, if you dismiss all the students that make a fuss, then nobody will be left to teach. When a student is expelled, that person gets left behind in society and will never get a good job. What role should the teacher play in turning that troublemaker into a good student or should it be the responsibility of the parent or the principle or just the student?

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