Teacher Liability - AED/201 Heather Coldani Tonia Stoneman...

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Unformatted text preview: AED/201 Heather Coldani Tonia Stoneman Your Results for "Classroom Management " Print this page Book's Title: Introduction to Teaching: Becoming a Professional Book's Author: Kauchak Location on Site: Home > School Law: Ethical and Legal Influences > Reflect on This > Classroom Management Date/Time Submitted: February 4, 2011 at 10:39 PM (UTC/GMT) Summary of Results All 3 questions in this activity are essays, which are not scored by the system. You answered 3 questions, and left 0 questions blank. More information about scoring 1. To what extent are you responsible for the actions of students like Damien? Your Answer: In this situation, the teacher should have prepared the students for some of the chemical reactions that could occur. She should have also had safety glasses for everyone in the class for performing science experiments. As far as Damien's actions, there is nothing that she could have done to prevent the accident. She was properly supervising the Damien's actions, there is nothing that she could have done to prevent the accident....
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