What to do when a female teacher likes to yell a lot?

Gina - posted on 05/11/2012 ( 4 moms have responded )

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has anyone had a experience about teacher(s) yelling to much in the classroom, and at your child. What if you witness a teacher screming a child to much? what would you do?

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Gina - posted on 05/12/2012

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Thank you Shawnn. There are only 4 weeks left for school, and I'm not going to be their next week due to MCAS. (Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System ) I'm only volunteer parent helping in the library where the teacher works. But, you know I'm really over whelm about her actions. She really believe her technics are okay, because may be, just maybe the students will get the message, what ever message that is. I think she isn't in control of the class, the children are, becasue she is always unpleasent. And I did mentioned this to her and the fact that I'm do understand that I'm not there to tell her how to run her class, but is a parent watching her teaching skills she needs to find better approch when talking to the children. I don't htink she liked me tell her this, and my child has received classes with her and he did had a issue with her about a book, that he barrow from her library, but he never took out of the library room and she wanted him to pay for it, because it show in her computer that he had it.
I decided to go to school and went to her room and afront her about the book and took 5 MINUTES fo her to find it. But you know what? what really troubles me is that fact that my child was worry for a LONG TIME ABOUT THIS BOOK and she had it in the room all this time.
She never took the time to scan the book (s) back in the system, and I know that has happened before with others. Ahhhh!!. I'm just so irritated. I need glass of red wine. Writing this really helps me to feel little better.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 05/11/2012

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Most definitely Gina! She did it while there was an adult (you) to witness? Oh my. She's got problems.

Definitely keep on top of it. If your talk with the teacher and principal don't produce favorable results, escalate your action to include the superintendent's office. They need to be aware of teachers that can't handle the classroom setting calmly.

It could be that she's great in a setting with older students, but what is appropriate for secondary/HS ages is not acceptable for primary/elementary ages.

Good luck. Make sure you don't stop until the problem is resolved!

Gina - posted on 05/11/2012

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I personaly saw that happen yesterday at the school. And did talked to the teacher and the Principal. I do help on Tuesday and Thursday in the library where she created small thing, to go big, and I couldn't aloud this to continue. Do you think that I did the right think to speak about so soon?

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 05/11/2012

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Teachers, ESPECIALLY elementary school should have the control to not raise their voices.

I would suggest meeting 1st with the teacher to express your concern. If nothing seems to be improving, ask for a meeting with the school administration regarding the issue, and ask for discrete observation of the teacher in question. (discrete because outright observation will alter the results)

If they seem unwilling to address the problem, then escalate it to your school district's main offices, and speak with superintendents.

Yelling at students in the classroom is not only rude, but it's also non-productive.

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