Teaching isn't hard (if students have respect)

There are 3 comments on the Dec 18, 2009, The York Daily Record story titled Teaching isn't hard (if students have respect). In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

Ihave been an educator for many years and have taught multiple grades. I've taught reading and argumentative writing, basic addition and algebra.

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Julie

York, PA

#1 Dec 20, 2009
I agree with you wholeheartedly Kathy! This not only applies to just education, but health care, general respect and care to our fellow citizens, as well as personal respect that dictates our good behavior. We need to stop demanding what is "rightfully ours" and start using self control and excellent behavior that shows others that we are thankful appreciative human beings. Our children will only reproduce what they see.
MaltaMon

Montréal, Canada

#2 Oct 25, 2012
The best way to teach respect for others bodies, and at the same time, comfort with your own body, is to have nude swimming classes. Boys learn to be at ease with other males in the nude, realize that all bodies (and penises) are different, and enjoy healthy recreation. Personal hygiene is taught by having mandatory showers after PE.
Boys can be taught discipline by being given bare-bottom spankings. If the spanking is given by a female teacher in front of the girls, the resulting humiliation toughens the boys character, as well a providing healthy erotic stimulation.
MaltaMon

Wallingford, PA

#3 Oct 25, 2012
MaltaMon wrote:
The best way to teach respect for others bodies, and at the same time, comfort with your own body, is to have nude swimming classes. Boys learn to be at ease with other males in the nude, realize that all bodies (and penises) are different, and enjoy healthy recreation. Personal hygiene is taught by having mandatory showers after PE.
Boys can be taught discipline by being given bare-bottom spankings. If the spanking is given by a female teacher in front of the girls, the resulting humiliation toughens the boys character, as well a providing healthy erotic stimulation.
Lol... Another attempt by Pedophle Bob, the Boy Lover of Dorval and Montreal to pass as MaltaMon. All of MaltaMon's members are Americans living in the middle-Atlantic region of the United States and posting only from there (Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, and New York.. occasionally from D.C.) No genuine MaltaMon posts originate from Canada. Boy-Lover Bob posts from Dorval and Montreal. He posts mostly the sorty of sexual boy-fantasy filth that you see above. This is a middle-aged man who thinks that all adults think as he does--like children; that is a classic symptom of the pedophile's mind, because he identifies with the age group of his rape victims. But he knows he's older and more experienced than his unfortunate, innocent child victims, has beeen successful at fooling them for the purpose of raping them, so he feels that he is capable of fooling everyone. This posting here is a case in point. This fat monster who ruins lives belongs in prison.

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