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On Wed, 11 Feb 1998 Stacy_Hedrick.az.us wrote:
> I would like to know how you handled disruptive students...by 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???)
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