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  • Need of punishment in schools

    Yes,as the child is innocent if they got any punishment they donot do it anymore . We know that innocent minds change faster and they donot keep anything in their mind. If they try to do it anymore they will remember the punishment and the pain. So they donot repeat it.

  • Need of punishment in schools

    Yes,as the child is innocent if they got any punishment they donot do it anymore . We know that innocent minds change faster and they donot keep anything in their mind. If they try to do it anymore they will remember the punishment and the pain. So they donot repeat it.

  • A better future

    The type of punishment I support is consequences.
    Example: if a student breaks the school's speaker because she was angry...1. Evaluate the reason 2.Contact parents 3.Give the consequences ...If the student was mad because others did something bad, then we shouldn't give her a punishment that's not related such as washing the dishes because, 1. She will learn nothing from washing the dishes 2. She will start to hate school 3. She will just think that if she even purposely burn the school's lab, she will just do little punishments (it's unfair for students who didn't submit their homework and have to write 1000 times).
    So, give them consequences because "We can choose what to do, but not the consequences."

  • Yes, there needs to be order.

    Yes, punishment is a good thing in school, because enforcing rules is the only way to keep order. This does not mean corporal punishment, but it means that there should be rules and consequences. Enforcing rules creates a predictable environment, and makes the learning environment better for all the students, and a better working environment for teachers.

  • Some form of punishment is good.

    America has created a generation of lazy; entitled; disrespectful kids who think that everything should be giving to them. Now I'm not saying beat them to within an inch of their life, but so form of negative reinforcement when the do something is needed. Be it hard labor, tedious cleaning, and/or a spanking when they commit an act that is wrong. Then explain to them why you did what you did.

  • I support it.

    I am a strong supporter of the widespread use of paddling in our nation's public schools. I believe that it should be used as an alternative to suspension for example. I believe that there are more stellar methods of discipline that can be used in our classrooms, but that paddling should be an option. What type of discipline do you believe in? I mean, if you think that punishment is not necessary, I believe that as a future teacher that in order to run a classroom and to teach, discipline has to also be instated in my classroom. I believe that paddling should only be used after most other methods do not work. What do you think?

  • Children need space

    No, today's children are totaly different from what children used to be almost 10 years ago. Changing time also changes the mentality of a person. Being a student, I have realised that giving detntions or giving suspensions is not just the soloution. We need a eacher who is able to make us understand that behaviour can be cntrolled ny ourselves and if we try to contral our behaviour, we can do so. And, no body is able to give puishments like physical abusee. Today's kids have that potential to stand up for their selves. Although, this does notmean that children shoukd not be punished for anything yet PUNIHMENTS ARE NOT THE RIGHT SOLUTION!

  • No, just no, it is wrong.

    Well, here is an example, the old hickory stick, or the hole paddle, each hurt children. You need to teach them by discipline, not by beating the ever living crap out of them because they are not sitting straight, or they are writing a word in a wrong way, it's just wrong for it to be accepted, if I lived through the age it was common, then it isn't as good as your grandma and grandpa say it is.

  • Reflexion, not punishent.

    Even trought no all punishment is necesarilly bad, it's no good either.
    Educaction needs to lead children to think for them self, to be curious, critic and creative; and that could only happend if they reflection over their bad choices, not if they're just punished for it.
    When a person makes a something "wrong" we have to talk and listen to them, try to find the real cause behind and make them aware of that. So they can grown, change for the better, trying to take knowlege of WHY something is wrong or right.
    We have to teach that mistakes are meant to be learn from, not something to avoid JUST because of fear of being caught. It's about creating a concience & critic mind.


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