Do you think Teachers should go back to discipling students in class?
Yes provided that they do not hurt the students. Corporal punishment is not good because children will not learn that way. You can instill discipline without involving pain.
yes, but it will never happen in the public school system. I don't think that hitting is acceptiable, but a good time out in the corner or outside the room never hurt anyone.
Oviously you meant "disciplining" not "discipling"
Hopefully our good teachers are discipling/ mentoring students. Those who aren't are not teaching, either.
There is always a need for discipline in any class room or meeting place. Teachers need to be trained on identifying the specific needs and developmental stages of students in the early classes. Discipline can be brought in many ways.It need not be hitting in every situation. Parents cooperation is needed.There is a tendency among parents to shift the whole burden on the schools and balme it all on teachers. . Such parents also need to be disciplined..
by sofs 8 years ago
Even though we didnt like our parents discipling us then, do we look back with gratitude later
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by Paul Swendson 3 years ago
And if so, how?
by romper20 6 years ago
I don't have pre teen children, but I say spank away.
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