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Candid Kids If you were a teacher and your class was misbehaving, what would you do to get their attention back?

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Posted: Friday, May 11, 2012 2:14 pm

Drew Schopp Isaiah Amen Oskar Schmollinger Zack Tigert
“Yell. I would tell them to quit misbehaving, and then put kids in the corners. And someone would have to wear a dunce cap!” “Very calmly ask them to please stop. I would hold their hand and look at them in the eye. I would then ask them to be respectful, and let them know that if they are respectful, I will also show respect to them.” “I would do something funny and silly to get them to laugh at me so that I could get their attention.” “I would just stand there quietly and then go back to my desk to grade papers. It would be a guilt trip for them.”

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