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Disruptive Students 1 Should Teachers Have the Authority to Remove Students from Class Permanently? Disruptive Students AED/200 University of Phoenix Online Tamara Garcia September 27, 2009
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Disruptive Students 2 The question at hand, is should a teacher have the ability to remove a disruptive student from their class permanently? There are many factors one must look at when deciding whether a teacher should have the ability to remove a student from his or her classroom. I say that a teacher should have the ability and the right to remove a student from their class for being disruptive. In my opinion, the three things that I would look for when trying to determine if the student needs to be removed from the class would be threats to the teacher or the student, habitual behavior and personal attitude towards learning. If the teacher does not have the right or authority to remove a particular student from their class for being disruptive, why are teachers allowed or have the authority to make rules for the class to follow? The way students and their behavior problems are managed in the classroom depend on the teacher. Some teachers ignore behavior problems, as long as it does not interfere with the learning aspect of the classroom. The way the students are handled in the classroom also depends on the type of philosophy the teacher may have for his or her classroom. I would incorporate two different types of philosophies into my classroom to ensure that the students understand the rules and the consequences for breaking those rules. In today’s world I think there is a need for the behaviorist and the constructivist approach to learning and teaching. In my opinion, that itself will take care of most of the behavior or class disruption problems. There are some cases where you have one or two students that will not cooperate with you or the rules no matter what type of classroom philosophy you may have.
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