I would ask them what the consequences should be for the
trouble makers as well as the well behaved. I often sent the well
behaved out for extra recess or gave them play time if I didn't
have someone to supervise them outside, and generally let them
have a good time (I even took out the really fun stuff that rarely
was available). I played with them if they were inside and kinda
went overboard showing them what a good time they could have!
The trouble makers got to sit and watch their friends have fun. If
they are able to, I would have each of the problem students write
an apology to the sub for their poor behavior.
On 4/23/16, Daisy wrote:
> Ok K friends, I need opinions on serious
> consequences for the 11 kids who behaved
> so so badly for my substitute yesterday. I
> get that they are anxious about our 22
> days left but their blatant disrespect
> evidently was off the charts. On the other
> hand I had 13 kids who were absolute model
> citizens. All this happened after many
> stern directives to tow the line.