I’ve been thinking through the topic of how to teach drama students about the importance of discipline. It was surprising to me that some teachers had so much trouble with this topic that they wouldn’t even take the time to teach students about it. And, I’m not saying that this is the case for everyone. Some, for example, have great success with having a non-drama student with a sense of humor.
I think in general, this is a topic that is pretty tough to teach. However, the best teachers are ones who are able to identify when they are being a drama teacher. This means that when they are talking to an individual who isnt particularly into drama, they notice the little things that might be indicative of a drama student. When they spot this, they take a moment to say, “Hey, you have this behavior.
In the classroom, teachers need to be consistent in their discipline. They need to show their students when they are doing things correctly and when they are not doing them correctly, so that the students know when they are doing things right. They need to be able to identify when a student is acting out of character and/or is actually being destructive. They also need to be able to tell when they have students who are being bullied and/or taking things too seriously.
I think that the school-based discipline system is one of the best because the teacher can get the student to do what they want from a distance. We’re talking about the most intimate part of the school day, so the teacher can show up in the middle of class, without the student even knowing it. This allows the teacher to have the student’s back and be effective in their lesson. It also provides the teacher with more opportunities to show their students how to behave in class.
The school’s discipline system sounds like a great idea, but it is a little problematic because teachers are not the only ones who can show students how to behave in class. Teachers can also teach and are therefore able to get students to do what they want in class. This is probably the strongest deterrent to students getting into trouble because it is the teacher’s job to control the student, rather than the student having to handle their own problems.
This is a valid point, but what happens if a student gets into trouble for something that the teacher has not been able to control? The students will be sent to the infirmary. They’ll be treated like a monster because they are not able to do what they want and therefore we are not able to discipline them. This does not mean that teachers should be treated as the primary disciplinarians, because that is not the point of discipline.
The problem with disciplining students is that they are not able to control their actions. Their actions are determined by their environment, and they are not able to control it. If a student is suspended for smoking in class or using drugs in the classroom, they are in danger of being expelled from class. If they engage in any behavior that the teacher is unable to control, they will be placed in the infirmary. Students with a history of behavioral problems should be treated like children.
Students who are disciplined by the school should always be treated like children, as the school is still a legal entity. You can’t tell a student that they have a history of behavioral problems, and then punish them with a suspension.
In this age of instant messaging, all students are potentially on the same messaging app. The problem is that each app has their own rules. The school has a rule that students should not use apps that have “adult” content in it. This rule is not enforced, but it is still a problem. Another problem with these apps is the use of filters.
There are a number of filters on each app that automatically filter out content from an app. This can have a huge impact on the app and the school. For example, if all apps have a filter for “adult content,” then this filter could be very limiting on what can be seen on the apps. It would be very easy to use this filter to block all apps from a certain class or even certain types of content.