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Rowdy middle scool students in a recent transfer - + Discipline
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Melissa Enderle
Tue, 13 Oct 1998 21:51:40 -0000
I have a challenge and need some help. I just started teaching at a K-8
school which has a high population of students with disabilities. That
part doesnıt bother me though. Itıs the middle school students. They are
loud and rowdy, etc. They have had a sub in there through this week, when
I came on Monday. I will not tolerate the way they were treating the sub,
especially since I know it is affecting the quality of their artwork.
I have done a good job of discipline at my previous school, in which I
mostly had the little kids.
Now what I am looking for is some words of encouragement and suggestions
on how to handle the older kids. I want them to know that I mean
business, but yet I donıt want to turn kids off to art. (The students
werenıt very excited about the subıs lessons. In addition, they had a sub
most of last year.)
Any feedback would be most welcome
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