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Originally posted by TokyoRose TokyoRose wrote:

Originally posted by danieb23 danieb23 wrote:

Originally posted by TokyoRose TokyoRose wrote:

Let me get this straight.  

Tokyorose will make a child do a written punishment if her kids get out out of line.
In America, that would not be okay.  It's child abuse.

Tokyorose will make a child sit or stand up with his or her hands on their heads until they have calmed down.
In America, that would not be okay.  It's child abuse.

Tokyorose will call a student out when that child gets out of control and she will take away that child's play time, if necessary.
In America, that would not be okay.  It's child abuse.

But HANDCUFFING A CHILD is OKAY?  It's not considered child abuse?

WTF am I missing?

If teachers had more control over their classrooms, there would be no need for the damn handcuffs.


Huh? Many teachers do these things here. Who is crying child abuse for this besides some of the bhm eccentrics?


I know that in NYC if you make a kid write lines, you can be written up for it because it is seen as child abuse.  This is coming from a friend who used to teach in the Bronx.

Another acquaintance has told me that when you teach certain stories, you aren't allowed to have the kids change the endings.  

You aren't allowed to say, "See what happens if you do that again" because that is considered verbal threatening.  

There seems to be a lot of ridiculous school rules I have come across from educators across the country who would be stuck in a rubber room if they were to do things the way some of us do them over here.


That's utterly ridiculous! This must be some new age type of b.s.
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Originally posted by danieb23 danieb23 wrote:

Originally posted by TokyoRose TokyoRose wrote:

Originally posted by danieb23 danieb23 wrote:

Originally posted by TokyoRose TokyoRose wrote:

Let me get this straight.  

Tokyorose will make a child do a written punishment if her kids get out out of line.
In America, that would not be okay.  It's child abuse.

Tokyorose will make a child sit or stand up with his or her hands on their heads until they have calmed down.
In America, that would not be okay.  It's child abuse.

Tokyorose will call a student out when that child gets out of control and she will take away that child's play time, if necessary.
In America, that would not be okay.  It's child abuse.

But HANDCUFFING A CHILD is OKAY?  It's not considered child abuse?

WTF am I missing?

If teachers had more control over their classrooms, there would be no need for the damn handcuffs.


Huh? Many teachers do these things here. Who is crying child abuse for this besides some of the bhm eccentrics?


I know that in NYC if you make a kid write lines, you can be written up for it because it is seen as child abuse.  This is coming from a friend who used to teach in the Bronx.

Another acquaintance has told me that when you teach certain stories, you aren't allowed to have the kids change the endings.  

You aren't allowed to say, "See what happens if you do that again" because that is considered verbal threatening.  

There seems to be a lot of ridiculous school rules I have come across from educators across the country who would be stuck in a rubber room if they were to do things the way some of us do them over here.


That's utterly ridiculous! This must be some new age type of b.s.

And that's precisely why you would never catch me teaching in any school in the US, ever, unless things start to change.  Nothing I do hurts my kids or causes them any emotional issues, but they do know I mean business.  I'm old school and as a result, my kids out perform most other kids in the same grade level at our school.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote Ming Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 05 2014 at 11:02am
smh... too extreme

i interviewed a few months back and was asked what id do if johnny kept acting up and i was giving my class with pizza.. i asked if the pizza was a reward or if it was just lunch.. he said reward. i asked if johnnys behavior was chronic or just today. he said weve had meetings with his parents.

i said johnny wont get pizza cause i dont reward bad behavior, whether it was a one time thing or his usual. i didnt get the job. now i withhold pizza elsewhere Approve
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