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I am a new teacher and a substitute most of the time. This week I substituted in a group I knew well. I did the usual warnings, take the students aside,keep disruptive students for a few minutes at recess, and messages to parents in agendas if needed. One of these students is well known to the school staff for his behaviour. I got this phone call from the principal warning me to handle this child differently and about some incident. I had no clue what the incident was until he told me. I had this group for the whole day and had tried everything with this kid. I ended up asking his group if they found his behaviour disruptive and they answered yes. The student laughed and continued his behaviour. After which I had him sit up front with me. Apparently he complained to his parents and I was told that I am new at teaching, but there are other ways of dealing with disruptive students. I was a bit shocked. I do not think I did anything terrible. I need some input from other teachers. Was I u...See More
Cash M. On 6/12/15, JGib wrote: > I am a new teacher and a substitute most of the time. This > week I substituted in a group I knew well. I did the usual > warnings, take the students aside,keep disruptive students > for a few minutes at recess, and messages to parents in > agendas if needed. > One of these students is well known to the s...See More
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