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BigMcLargehuge Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Aug-29-04 01:01 AM
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5. depends on the situation ZW
I occasionally had to yank a kid out of harms way when I was a teacher. I mean like from a swarm of wasps he just enraged, or because a car was pulling into the parking lot and the kid wasn't keenly aware that he was about to get squished.

In both cases there were black and blue fingerprints left on the kids arm.

I've also had to physically restrain kids who were having conniption fits and endangering other kids or teachers.

In those cases there were sometimes bruises where he struggled against being held and calmed.

In all cases I spoke immediately with the parents with regard to the incident.

What were the circumstances that led to the bruising in the case you mentioned?
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  -When A Teacher Abuses Your Child ZombyWoof  Aug-29-04 12:56 AM   #0 
  - what is the context of the grab?  7th_Sephiroth   Aug-29-04 12:57 AM   #1 
  - I am hesitant to give specifics  ZombyWoof   Aug-29-04 01:02 AM   #9 
     - without actually knowing the full story  7th_Sephiroth   Aug-29-04 01:04 AM   #11 
        - see my reply to Walt Whitman  ZombyWoof   Aug-29-04 01:15 AM   #19 
           - and the child was not out of controll?  7th_Sephiroth   Aug-29-04 01:17 AM   #20 
              - not even close  ZombyWoof   Aug-29-04 01:20 AM   #24 
  - They would never teach again  sir_captain   Aug-29-04 12:58 AM   #2 
  - I've seen it happen at school, and I swear...  Guy Fawkes   Aug-29-04 12:58 AM   #3 
  - Talk to the child...get their version.  wolfgirl   Aug-29-04 12:59 AM   #4 
  - depends on the situation ZW  BigMcLargehuge   Aug-29-04 01:01 AM   #5 
  - in this case  ZombyWoof   Aug-29-04 01:07 AM   #12 
     - Without further specifics I am unable to give an answer  BigMcLargehuge   Aug-29-04 01:08 AM   #13 
     - let me try this  ZombyWoof   Aug-29-04 01:12 AM   #16 
        - it still depends on the situation  BigMcLargehuge   Aug-29-04 01:19 AM   #23 
           - the important thing is...  ZombyWoof   Aug-29-04 01:24 AM   #25 
              - the poll results fell heavily in favor of Viviene Rose  BigMcLargehuge   Aug-29-04 10:19 AM   #32 
                 - I like that  ZombyWoof   Aug-29-04 02:03 PM   #40 
     - why aren't you getting specific?  Kire   Aug-29-04 01:12 AM   #17 
     - My sis, a teacher said it's parents responsibility to report this behavior  henslee   Aug-29-04 01:26 AM   #27 
        - thanks!  ZombyWoof   Aug-29-04 01:28 AM   #28 
  - I'd go find out what happened  Rabrrrrrr   Aug-29-04 01:01 AM   #6 
  - ask for my child to be moved to another classroom and request  politicat   Aug-29-04 01:02 AM   #7 
  - My Wife and I are Teachers...  MarianJack   Aug-29-04 01:02 AM   #8 
  - Need to know more.  MuseRider   Aug-29-04 01:03 AM   #10 
  - the child was non-violent  ZombyWoof   Aug-29-04 01:09 AM   #14 
     - I seems there was no reason  MuseRider   Aug-29-04 01:18 AM   #22 
  - Depends.  Walt Whitman   Aug-29-04 01:10 AM   #15 
  - please read all posts  ZombyWoof   Aug-29-04 01:13 AM   #18 
     - I'll go back and read the whole thread, ZW.  Walt Whitman   Aug-29-04 01:18 AM   #21 
        - destroy all you want!  ZombyWoof   Aug-29-04 01:25 AM   #26 
           - Hey....  LWolf   Aug-29-04 11:17 AM   #35 
              - well, obviously  ZombyWoof   Aug-29-04 12:24 PM   #37 
                 - Lol  LWolf   Aug-29-04 01:15 PM   #38 
  - Lawsuits: against the school and the teacher personally.  MercutioATC   Aug-29-04 01:59 AM   #29 
  - just get input from *all* sides.  ulysses   Aug-29-04 08:12 AM   #30 
  - this teacher has a history  ZombyWoof   Aug-29-04 12:22 PM   # 
  - this teacher has a history  ZombyWoof   Aug-29-04 12:22 PM   #36 
  - There is no reason for a child to be harmed by a teacher in school  rhino47   Aug-29-04 09:14 AM   #31 
  - Funny how experience changes your views.  davsand   Aug-29-04 10:22 AM   #33 
  - Depending on the context...  MrSandman   Aug-29-04 10:26 AM   #34 
  - This is why I will never be a teacher  AngryAmish   Aug-29-04 01:39 PM   #39 
     - If you instill fear as a motivator  LWolf   Aug-29-04 02:14 PM   #41 
 

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