Teacher screaming in child's face

Teacher screaming in child's face

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Well

United States

#2 Sep 18, 2012
Shame wrote:
It's a shame! Glad it wasn't my child!
They not allowed to whoop thier azzes so what you think they should have done called the childs parents in and whooped thier azzes because thier child was misbehaving?
meme

Man, WV

#3 Sep 18, 2012
i agree they never should took paddle out of school
the little brats would mind then
one of mine come home and say teacher scream at it i find out why and then wear it out and no it ain't child abuse it is teaching them to be a better person so go tell dhhr to suck it up
Sheew

United States

#4 Sep 18, 2012
Some of the kids need the paddle..Mr Wimmer Mr Horne Mr Keaton I had gotten a few in JR high but I deserved them because I knew better I was rambunches I guess. I. Have no complaints. The paddle needs back in school.
Shame

Glasgow, WV

#5 Sep 19, 2012
Im sorry if you do not agree but screaming at a child, inches from their face is no way to teach them a lesson! My child has come home several times this year already and told me about this happening.
Sheew

United States

#6 Sep 19, 2012
Teach your spoiled brat how to listen and act in a classroom that's what's wrong with alot of kids today they are babied to death spolied brats that parents never say no to and give them anything and then you have the kids that never get nothing no attention at home so they lash out at school and want that attention So it's all the way they are raised is how they act. Look in the mirror then ask yourself am I doing everything I can or not
Shame

Charleston, WV

#7 Sep 19, 2012
It wasn't my child.
Shame

Charleston, WV

#8 Sep 19, 2012
She tells me about it happening in the class!
noone

United States

#9 Sep 19, 2012
is this at the gradeschool or one of the others
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Dr Phil

Barboursville, WV

#11 Sep 19, 2012
I don't think getting up in a childs face that is elem school age is appropriate. There are other ways to get their attention, like maybe calling a parent (oh wait, most parents won't show or will defend their little darling to the end if tey do show). What about suspention or taking away privilages like having them eat with their teacher. That might do the child some good because the child may learn how to act by being around someone other than family. Oh wait, the child can't learn much about respect or manners if the teachers is up in his face screaming. Idk, I give up & the poor kid don't stand much of a chance either way it goes.
Shame

Mineral Wells, WV

#12 Sep 20, 2012
Well finally someone agrees! Hopefully the right person will see this and some sort of cation will be taken! Someone with some authority needs to have a talk with the little teachers! I guess this teacher thinks since they are on the top floor that the principle won't hear.
Well

United States

#13 Sep 20, 2012
Shame wrote:
Well finally someone agrees! Hopefully the right person will see this and some sort of cation will be taken! Someone with some authority needs to have a talk with the little teachers! I guess this teacher thinks since they are on the top floor that the principle won't hear.
I agree they shouldnt have to yell. They should have the right to bust thier azzes and they wouldnt have to yell.
Well

United States

#14 Sep 20, 2012
Shame wrote:
Well finally someone agrees! Hopefully the right person will see this and some sort of cation will be taken! Someone with some authority needs to have a talk with the little teachers! I guess this teacher thinks since they are on the top floor that the principle won't hear.
So what do you do when your child acts up at home give her milk and cookies?
agreed

Windsor, VA

#15 Sep 22, 2012
well if they would raise them right at home they wouldn't act that way at school , teach them kids some respect
sallie

United States

#16 Sep 22, 2012
Well screaming at kids is not a way to teach them respect. I think I know the teacher you are talking about - 4th grade teacher SH. That is all she does is scream and complain. I have heard alot of screaming at Bradshaw Elem and there is no sense in that. You don't have to scream at a kid over every little thing. I know teachers get aggravated but when you feel you have to constantly scream you need to rethink your method, apparently the screaming is not helping. Maybe if you want respect show the kids respect.
Shame

Yawkey, WV

#17 Sep 23, 2012
IT WAS NOT SH. JUST SO U KNOW. I happen to think she is a great teacher, she may yell some but I don't think she gets in their face. But it was not her.
Wooowww

Belle, WV

#18 Sep 23, 2012
sallie u say u heard it was u there to hear it I doubt it h trying to lie on someone if u was not there why lie
sandy h

United States

#19 Sep 23, 2012
If you have concerns, please come to the school to discuss these matters with me or any other teacher.
rvhs

Lorton, VA

#20 Sep 23, 2012
all she did was scream at us she needs to go
Student

Barboursville, WV

#21 Sep 23, 2012
I had the best, most amazing teachers ever in elementary school. Miss Wampler, Mrs. Deskins, Mrs. Wright, Loretta Mullens, Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Mary Addair, Mrs. Pocrinich.....a few others in junior high, too. I can't recall EVER being yelled at by ANY of them.
Everyone is entitled to a bad day ocassionally but seriously, if it got to the point where the teacher felt compelled to yell in a child's face, then something needs to be done.
I agree that discipline from the home has changed drastically but you don't lower your standards and professionalism to meet that situation. If anything you should use your career choice to overcome that deficit.
I'm not bashing teachers in general but it is more than obvious to anyone who had a good education here "back in the day", teachers today are generally not what they were. Times have changed but standards, principles, morals, ethics and self-dignity should NOT.
If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the problem. As a teacher in this community today, you should be fully aware that you may be the only positive role-model that your children will see in a day. Stand up, be a postive influence for the children who are starving for examples of good behavior. You can make a difference EVERY day to EVERY child in your class. The door to your room opens easily, use it to walk in with a purpose and walk OUT when you can't be who you went in there to be that day.
bystander

United States

#22 Sep 24, 2012
Those teachers did not yell at us but had the paddle to back them up. We also had a mean principal.

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