my son had been sick the whole week and he went back to school today. The principal saw my son and said "I'm glad your back!" and another teacher also asked what happened and why she hadn't seen him this week. My son cried when i asked him how his day was, and if his teacher asked him if he was feeling better. The teacher has told me before that he is having a problem having a positive interaction with my son because of his behavior. I have sat in the class and i see other students much worse than him, and i notice that my son keeps having to turn his cards for little things, that are normal for his age and are just petti.... I am so tired of this Teacher, he never gave my son a chance! I'm going to principal on monday and sitting in the class.
Answer by layh41407 at 7:52 PM on Mar. 4, 2011
Answer by Simplicity3 at 7:49 PM on Mar. 4, 2011
I say hell yes go sit in the classroom. You have a right to know what's going on.
Answer by MrsHouston47302 at 8:03 PM on Mar. 4, 2011
Answer by jesse123456 at 9:08 AM on Mar. 5, 2011
Answer by MommyH2 at 8:57 PM on Mar. 4, 2011
Answer by Shaneagle777 at 1:03 AM on Mar. 5, 2011
Answer by sweetpotato418 at 7:46 AM on Mar. 6, 2011
Answer by layh41407 at 8:23 PM on Mar. 4, 2011
While you might not consider it petty when "your butt is not on the chair, but you are staying in your seat " I know many teachers that do. That is their prerogative as it is their classroom. I, personally, do not go by that dictate, but that is me and my classroom. As for the pencil thing, it depends on things that have happened in the past or how long/often it happens. Sometimes things like that are a work avoidance issue.
This is why communication between parent and teacher is key. When you can speak to the teacher in a polite, non-accusatory manner, you might be able to help the situation.
Answer by layh41407 at 8:28 PM on Mar. 4, 2011