AED 200 Debate Project Outline

AED 200 Debate Project Outline - Should Teachers have the...

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Should Teachers have the Authority to Remove Disruptive students from Their Classes Permanently? Outline I. If the teachers do not have the authority to remove students from the classroom, what authority do they have? A. Teachers should be able to dictate which students can remain in their classroom based on the behavior of the student. B. Why are teachers given the authority to make rules for their classroom, but not the authority to make the consequences? II. What options do teachers have with disruptive students before the teacher goes to an administrator? A. Moving the student to another part of the classroom. B. Sending a note home to the parents after moving the student I the classroom. C. Making a phone call to the parent after the second offense. D. With the fourth offense, the teacher would normally recommend a parent teacher conference. III. How effective can the teacher be when handling disruptive students? A. The nature of the teacher depends on how effective he or she can be when
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