Tag: ross greene

When I was a student, the expectation of when you were sent to the office to see the principal was there was going to be significant trouble.  It was the place you would get scolded and maybe even, yelled at, which was seen as a deterrent to doing anything wrong. Unfortunately, the obstacle did not … [Read more…]

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Early in my teaching career, I remember many nights where I would come home and cry. Non-stop crying. It wasn’t because of how exhausting the work was (because it was), but it was often because of an adverse interaction with a student that day.  One time specifically, I remember a student telling me to go “do … [Read more…]

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