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Re: yet another classroom management

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Fran Marze (
Wed, 11 Feb 1998 20:43:43 -0500 (EST)

Wow. Some of those scenarios just made me appreciate my students more. Now
I'll have to make some cupcakes to take in on Friday for them. (Maybe)

On Wed, 11 Feb 1998 wrote:

> Kevin
> I would like to know how you handled disruptive giving
> specific examples. You said that you taught K-12 for a number of years...what
> kinds of behavior problems did you deal with and how SPECIFICALLY? I have had
> kids crawl up on my tables..I have had kids lift up stools over their
> heads....speaking of stools which are dangerous I spend a lot of time just
> reminding the kids how to sit on them (first and second grade) I have broken up
> fights , I could go on. I think I am sucessful in controlling my classes but
> their are always a few students who choose to act up and I think I would have
> to say that I would use the crackers if it meant that all my other students did
> not have to lose their learning time! I dont think that anyone was telling
> you that teaching college is less important than public school...but you
> obviously you dont have to tell your college students to sit on their bottoms.
> (And without sucessful college teachers where would we all be???)
> stacy
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