“Using ‘I’ messages and not ‘you, you, you’ messages is important because it doesn’t put someone on the defensive.” Following these dos and don’ts should help you run a smoother classroom and allow students to be academically engaged instead of engaging in arguments. Difficult home life is no excuse to be disruptive- why should other people suffer for what they are going through? And these kids have a sense of entitlement..if the world OWES them.
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“Maintain control of your own actions and somehow find a way to give the disruptive student an ‘out’ so that he or she can back down without losing too much face,” says Barela.
“Another option, if possible, is to remove the student from the learning environment so that the two of you can deal with the issue privately.
Always reflect on your attitude towards children and education. Yes, there are problems @ home -but what message are we sending to a high school senior - who will be working next year and his boss doesn't care about his lack of sleep or parents punching a wall & show them the door when they don't feel like 'working today'. In my state, our principals don't want to suspend, or expel students because it takes points away from the school's score at the end of the year.
Students will remember this and that teacher’s value will be diminished.” It is much better to focus on what you don’t understand by using “I statements” and “feeling statements” rather than “you statements.” This will allow the student to explain instead of argue their point. Instead, they lay all the responsibility on the administrators and the teachers..it's the teachers who are held totally accountable for EVERYTHING...i.e., student behavior, student hygiene, student home life, student daycare, student bullying, student apathy, student dress code, student cyberbullying, student family life, student learning handicaps, student learning accomodations, student emotional disabilities, students eating habits, student apprehension, student comprehension, student class environment, student home environment, student social skills, student social interaction, student psychological makeup, student daycare, student aftercare, student precare, student welfare, student emotional welfare, student physical welfare, student psychological welfare, student mental welfare, student counseling, student training, student gangs and gang mentality, student motivation, student socioeconomic conditioning, student peer pressure, students community structure, student victims, student bullies, student drug use, student drinking, student dating, etc. When did the educational system begin taking on the role of parental authorities? Teachers are expected to be all things to all students..held to a level of competence that is humanly impossible...are held totally accountable for students psychological, emotional, mental and physical welfare..the point where they have been burdened with being these kids surrogate parents.Well, it’s safe to say that, right now, students in Florida, Texas, Puerto Rico, and the...read Kyle Mc Elroy is a graduate student at the University of Iowa who has been working with the Science Booster Club program since the summer of 2015.“[Ask the student] to make the right choices and ask why they are having trouble doing the right thing.” Never engage a student in front of classmates.It embarrasses the student in public, sends a message that you don’t care for the student’s feelings, and could potentially escalate the situation.