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2013-06-25 07:16:56 AM
This teacher sounds unstable. Good thing the UK teachers' union is protecting her job. Otherwise, who else is going to call students dogs and threaten suicide in front of them?
 
2013-06-25 07:18:49 AM
The teacher was found guilty of serious misconduct last year for failing to treat students with respect after she labelled one student a "dog" and told a class she was going to drown herself

and

the teacher was barred from bringing the complaint because of a deed of release she signed earlier this year in regards to a confidential settlement for another compliant against a teacher and the department.

equals

Real piece of work.
 
2013-06-25 07:19:38 AM
This woman is a trainwreck. She's already had several legal run ins which will, inevitably, come out at her later trial when she crucifies a student in front of the class.
 
2013-06-25 07:20:13 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: Good thing the UK teachers' union is protecting her job.


wat
 
2013-06-25 07:21:47 AM
I wonder if she is a trainwreck because she is being harassed or if it's the reverse.
 
2013-06-25 07:22:38 AM
Sounds like she isn't even nearly in control of that class and the students are looking for their limits without really finding any. Let this be a lesson, delegated authority isn't really respected. Teenagers will notice it instantly and adults only work with people with delegated authority to the extent that they need to in order to keep their job.

/Having the principal step in only reinforced the idea that we could pretty do what we wanted during my school days
//It showed that the teacher couldn't be bothered to keep order him/herself
 
2013-06-25 07:24:06 AM
Isn't celery already pretty much penis shaped?
I don't mean the U shape, since most penii don't look like that, but the long straight shaft portion of it. Of course you could say the same thing about carrots, donut sticks, preztle rods and lamp posts.
 
2013-06-25 07:28:53 AM

MythDragon: lamp posts


So, when they say, "It's a street light" they are seeing a UFP?
 
2013-06-25 07:33:39 AM
Secondary College principal Christopher Lloyd, GREAT SCOTT!!!!!  Where she is going, they don't "need" roads.
 
2013-06-25 07:36:27 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: This teacher sounds unstable. Good thing the UK teachers' union is protecting her job. Otherwise, who else is going to call students dogs and threaten suicide in front of them?


I doubt any UK union is involved, since this happened in Melbourne, Australia.
 
2013-06-25 07:39:23 AM

Veramar: AverageAmericanGuy: This teacher sounds unstable. Good thing the UK teachers' union is protecting her job. Otherwise, who else is going to call students dogs and threaten suicide in front of them?

I doubt any UK union is involved, since this happened in Melbourne, Australia.


Worse!
 
2013-06-25 07:41:44 AM

fetzdog: Secondary College principal Christopher Lloyd, GREAT SCOTT!!!!!  Where she is going, they don't "need" roads.


I'm not the only one that noticed. Good.
 
2013-06-25 07:41:55 AM
img.photobucket.com
 
2013-06-25 07:43:03 AM
She's lucky a turnip wasn't involved.
 
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2013-06-25 07:44:55 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: This teacher sounds unstable. Good thing the UK teachers' union is protecting her job. Otherwise, who else is going to call students dogs and threaten suicide in front of them?


The teacher was found guilty of serious misconduct last year for failing to treat students with respect after she labelled one student a "dog" and told a class she was going to drown herself

She was found guilty so It doesn't sound like they are doing a very good job does it?
 
2013-06-25 07:48:20 AM

vpb: AverageAmericanGuy: This teacher sounds unstable. Good thing the UK teachers' union is protecting her job. Otherwise, who else is going to call students dogs and threaten suicide in front of them?

The teacher was found guilty of serious misconduct last year for failing to treat students with respect after she labelled one student a "dog" and told a class she was going to drown herself

She was found guilty so It doesn't sound like they are doing a very good job does it?


She's still teaching. They're doing a fan-farking-tastic job of it.
 
2013-06-25 07:52:18 AM

DerAppie: Sounds like she isn't even nearly in control of that class and the students are looking for their limits without really finding any. Let this be a lesson, delegated authority isn't really respected. Teenagers will notice it instantly and adults only work with people with delegated authority to the extent that they need to in order to keep their job.

/Having the principal step in only reinforced the idea that we could pretty do what we wanted during my school days
//It showed that the teacher couldn't be bothered to keep order him/herself


Been there!
My oldest son was bullied by a group of three boys mercilessly for a few years.  The worse year they had a teacher who when moved to their school got a big bump up from teaching kindergarten to teaching 6th grade.  The inexperience was just dripping off her.  The bullying escalated really quickly and we quit talking to her about it when our son said she breaks down and cries in class, a lot.  We focused on the principal for results, only he was like the one in this story.  Kept telling us it was being handled and the boys knew the cops would be involved if it continued.  It continued to escalate which became the final straw to the decision for homeschooling.  Homeschooling is picking up a lot of steam in this area and now the schools are crying 'Our budgets are getting cut, because we have less students'.
 
2013-06-25 07:54:14 AM

lack of warmth: DerAppie: Sounds like she isn't even nearly in control of that class and the students are looking for their limits without really finding any. Let this be a lesson, delegated authority isn't really respected. Teenagers will notice it instantly and adults only work with people with delegated authority to the extent that they need to in order to keep their job.

/Having the principal step in only reinforced the idea that we could pretty do what we wanted during my school days
//It showed that the teacher couldn't be bothered to keep order him/herself

Been there!
My oldest son was bullied by a group of three boys mercilessly for a few years.  The worse year they had a teacher who when moved to their school got a big bump up from teaching kindergarten to teaching 6th grade.  The inexperience was just dripping off her.  The bullying escalated really quickly and we quit talking to her about it when our son said she breaks down and cries in class, a lot.  We focused on the principal for results, only he was like the one in this story.  Kept telling us it was being handled and the boys knew the cops would be involved if it continued.  It continued to escalate which became the final straw to the decision for homeschooling.  Homeschooling is picking up a lot of steam in this area and now the schools are crying 'Our budgets are getting cut, because we have less students'.


Too bad about the whole religious stigma attached to homeschooling, though.

At least your son will likely marry a beautiful woman with a great big smile that lights up the room.
 
2013-06-25 07:54:29 AM
This might be why women earn less than men
 
2013-06-25 08:07:49 AM
We had a French teacher like this. She took medical leave in May. Nervous breakdown.

I'm surprised she lasted that long.

Teaching is not for everyone.
 
2013-06-25 08:08:26 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: lack of warmth: DerAppie: Sounds like she isn't even nearly in control of that class and the students are looking for their limits without really finding any. Let this be a lesson, delegated authority isn't really respected. Teenagers will notice it instantly and adults only work with people with delegated authority to the extent that they need to in order to keep their job.

/Having the principal step in only reinforced the idea that we could pretty do what we wanted during my school days
//It showed that the teacher couldn't be bothered to keep order him/herself

Been there!
My oldest son was bullied by a group of three boys mercilessly for a few years.  The worse year they had a teacher who when moved to their school got a big bump up from teaching kindergarten to teaching 6th grade.  The inexperience was just dripping off her.  The bullying escalated really quickly and we quit talking to her about it when our son said she breaks down and cries in class, a lot.  We focused on the principal for results, only he was like the one in this story.  Kept telling us it was being handled and the boys knew the cops would be involved if it continued.  It continued to escalate which became the final straw to the decision for homeschooling.  Homeschooling is picking up a lot of steam in this area and now the schools are crying 'Our budgets are getting cut, because we have less students'.

Too bad about the whole religious stigma attached to homeschooling, though.

At least your son will likely marry a beautiful woman with a great big smile that lights up the room.


Or turn out to be a tard.
 
2013-06-25 08:08:34 AM
static.guim.co.uk
 
2013-06-25 08:08:50 AM
This is the very definition of boys will be boys.  If you, as an adult, can't bring this level of boundary testing into line, you might not be able to teach adolescent males.
 
2013-06-25 08:20:58 AM
Sounds like she needs a real pokin. Long and firm.
 
2013-06-25 08:23:08 AM

LordOfThePings: [static.guim.co.uk image 460x276]


Looks exactly like a thingy!
 
2013-06-25 08:30:43 AM

the_rhino: AverageAmericanGuy: lack of warmth: DerAppie: Sounds like she isn't even nearly in control of that class and the students are looking for their limits without really finding any. Let this be a lesson, delegated authority isn't really respected. Teenagers will notice it instantly and adults only work with people with delegated authority to the extent that they need to in order to keep their job.

/Having the principal step in only reinforced the idea that we could pretty do what we wanted during my school days
//It showed that the teacher couldn't be bothered to keep order him/herself

Been there!
My oldest son was bullied by a group of three boys mercilessly for a few years.  The worse year they had a teacher who when moved to their school got a big bump up from teaching kindergarten to teaching 6th grade.  The inexperience was just dripping off her.  The bullying escalated really quickly and we quit talking to her about it when our son said she breaks down and cries in class, a lot.  We focused on the principal for results, only he was like the one in this story.  Kept telling us it was being handled and the boys knew the cops would be involved if it continued.  It continued to escalate which became the final straw to the decision for homeschooling.  Homeschooling is picking up a lot of steam in this area and now the schools are crying 'Our budgets are getting cut, because we have less students'.

Too bad about the whole religious stigma attached to homeschooling, though.

At least your son will likely marry a beautiful woman with a great big smile that lights up the room.

Or turn out to be a tard.


Um, a public school paid program for homeschooling in MI and several other states is called K12.  A computer, other supplies, a part time teacher and curriculum is provided by the same taxpayer dollars that would normally pay for my kids' education in a school building.  The upside for the state is a cost savings of not having to provide a structure, food, lot of staff and transportation for my kids.  The program is open to the same students that the public school enrolls.  A lot of parents are getting into the program due to a long list of reasons, one of which was mentioned above.  The parents who don't care and just want to see their kids disappear for a few hours still send their kids to public school.  The upside for me, not getting lumped into the group when teachers are whining about being free babysitters for stupid uncaring parents.
 
2013-06-25 08:57:23 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: This teacher sounds unstable. Good thing the UK teachers' union is protecting her job. Otherwise, who else is going to call students dogs and threaten suicide in front of them?

I would hate to say it, but as kids we would have eaten her alive.

Simply put as soon as her weakness was found we would have used the hell out of it.  We had a teacher who was an ex-lawyer, according to her, who was just in no way stable.  The first time we had her as a sub she sent half the kids to the office for really confusing and stupid reasons.  It ended when the principal came in and asked clearly WTF was going on especially when then room she entered was silent.  She was sending people to the office for dropping pencils and talking during a group assignment...  She got a stern warning in front of all the kids and from that point on a game of sink the sub was on.
Fast forward a few weeks and we have her in history class.  Our assignment was to watch a video, but no Ms. "not getting laid" would have none of it.  This biatch decided the video had been "illegally copied" and she couldn't show it.  You know, ex lawyer and apparently a bad one too.  Besides the obvious educational nature of the video, fair use and the fact it was public domain meant nothing to the dumb biatch.  She decided to rant about copyright and us kids decided to take the chance to trade and sell burned CD's.  Right after she started complaining kids got out their obviously and real illegal CD's and we started swapping and selling.  She called the office and again the principal came in.  She told the teacher to show the video and do her job and that there was nothing the school was willing to do about the music, not that it even cared. She also clearly pointed to the fact the movie was public domain.  biatch didn't listen and continued railing us for being little bastards and violating copyright laws.  She made it into a bigger mistake by continuing her rant in the next class,that had nothing to do with us.  She was fired the next day.  Then charges came out,  seems she had made a number of violent threats towards students and teachers.

It was the only time we had the school "approve" of our shenanigans.
 
2013-06-25 09:51:29 AM

HindiDiscoMonster: I wonder if she is a trainwreck because she is being harassed or if it's the reverse.


This is the multi million dollar question.
 
2013-06-25 10:06:24 AM
The article doesn't mention it, so it may have happened but shouldn't someone who publicly threatens to kill themselves by sent for a psych eval?
 
2013-06-25 11:02:41 AM
Mr Lloyd told the teacher "kids will be kids, you are an adult".

When I read this I knew it couldn't possibly have happened in the US. No principal here would ever say something that makes that much sense.
 
2013-06-25 11:22:21 AM
I'll bet it was parsley her fault.
 
2013-06-25 11:34:22 AM

LordOfThePings: [static.guim.co.uk image 460x276]


This brings me back to my wedding night.
 
2013-06-25 01:57:27 PM
The teacher was found guilty of serious misconduct last year for failing to treat students with respect after she labelled one student a "dog" and told a class she was going to drown herself, the newspaper added.

The rest of the story . . .

i.imgur.com
 
2013-06-25 05:22:07 PM
"The teacher.........told a class she was going to drown herself, the newspaper added. "

Photo of teacher:

bookhaven.stanford.edu
 
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