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Every teacher in the classroom has times when nothing seems to work Childrens behaviors can sometimes absolutely take the teacher to their wits-end Teaching is a hard thankless job but teachers who are willing to listen prove themselves worthy and trusty confidants Patient thinking self-reflecting and consulting can only help these teachers handle the crisis their admirable traits are bound to invite Some moments of behavior specific such as students distractibility coming to school unprepared or defensiveness are unavoidable and cannot be linked to the student only for responsibility In addition other moments may be unique evoked by a rare event or a coming together of stresses that disappear as quickly as they appear Although such situations can signal a need for teacher intervening or doing something there are times when teachers just cannot do anything right or helpful What can be done in such inevitable times of confusion and uselessness The teacher can call a time out no one can devise a battle plan while under siege Teachers might take advantage of those who can provide some space for them to relax cool off and think Teachers can cut their losses conserve the students and use their own resources for a better day when constructive learning can take place In addition taking the easy way out is not always bad nor is it always easy The advice of educational behaviorist is that allowing students to indulge in their wish not to work will reward their bad behavior this has its place and wisdom However occasional leniency in no way has to lead to a permanently unruly classroom In conclusion sometimes the teacher might consider that sometimes doing nothing is the most and best they can do It is not easy to resist the urgent temptation to take action However teachers have been doing plenty of just that and it has not for whatever reasons not been effective When a teacher is unsure of himself
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