Should Teachers Have the Authority to Remove Disruptive Students from Their Class Permanently?

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January 20, 2013 Should Teachers Have the Authority to Remove Disruptive Students from Their Class Permanently? Should Teachers Have the Authority to Remove Disruptive Students from Their Class Permanently? Tiffany Sahadeo University of Phoenix Teacher should have the authority to remove disruptive students from the classroom because the learning environment may have the potential to become disrupted and not effective. Having a disruptive student present in the classroom can hinder the learning environment for other students.” Disruptive student behavior is detrimental to the academic community because it interferes with the learning process for other students, inhibits the ability of instructors to teach most…show more content…
Having a disruptive student in the class can also serve as a learning tool for the other students. It can help the students to learn how to deal with distractions in a situation where concentration is needed. Sometimes being exposed to situations at an early age and in a controlled environment can show students that not everyone is the same or even acts the same. This isn’t to say that I agree with them. As a 5 year or 7 years old it may be a little too early to worry about throwing students into problem situations as a way of teaching. Life will be full of these situations and I truly believe that there is no hurry for them to be exposed to such situations. With some students it may even cause more damage than teaching a lesson. I don’t believe that keeping a disruptive student in the classroom is a good idea due to the distraction it causes the students and the added stress on the teacher. The reason teachers should have the ability to remove students from their classrooms permanently may always be a touchy subject. My option of this is stated above but my option is probably all but a fraction of what many other options may be like. Teachers who support the option of removing students permanently may believe that without this option their classrooms environments may suffer. For some it may be just the quick fix solution but they just don’t want to deal with the child. Although some may say that removing students reinforces

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