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    None of what you've described is ok.

    Not only is it unacceptable behavior for a school teacher, but what life lessons are they teaching the child?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Screwing up the work and throwing it is out of line. As for the other things is it possible the kid has taken the teachers comments out of context?

    For example:
    - a kid eats in class, the teacher catches them and says "it's ok just don't tell your parents"
    - a kid says they will not be in class Friday because they are going to he beach for a family function. And the teacher says "I don't think your parents can pull you out of class for that."

    I think we really need more detail on the last two claims otherwise we could very well be making a mountain out of a molehill.
    The don't tell your mum thing was said to child because they think mum complains about every little thing. She does complain about things that I wouldn't but this I would have made a song and dance about too.

    The mum can't take out of a class was said to both child and mum concerning because mum didn't want the child in that class until she had seen the principal.

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    That teacher should be reported, wth?!

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    My grade 4 teacher used to throw out our work if it was unnamed. I remember going home crying and my mum (also a teacher) telling me to get over it I should have put my name on it. However it shouldn't be thrown at the child- in the bin yes

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    my dh is a highschool teacher and is mortifiedat this teachers behavior thats not on at all. It needs to be reported hun, that is no way to treat anyone, let alone a kid. You are allowed to report it, even if you arent the chils mother. Please do, this teacher needs to be reprimanded. That is just one childa nd one example of things he has said to that kid... what else is being said or done in that class??!!!!

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    dh just said that it goes against the 7 standards of teaching (australia wide curriculum (sp?) this teacher will get in serious trouble for his behaviour (just those 3 examples alone) and should.

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    I'd report it for sure some teachers are just bullies. (grr it won't let me press enter) I used to love school until one day in year 3 with this horrible teacher that was juts a big bully, and I can't remember exactly what I said but I was a challenging child and her threw a duster at my head. It wasn't the first time he'd thrown things I remember him upending a desk and dragging a child out of the classroom. I wish he'd gotten fired


 

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