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Old 11-14-2011, 10:01 PM
 
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Though it may be tough for you to approach your supervising teacher about this topic you may just want to bring it up casually in conversation while you two are already discussing how to better manage the classroom. Because since there is a plan being implemented she should be discussing with you frequently which students are on track, which ones are not, and what may need to be altered in the plan. That would be the perfect chance, if given, to bring up maintaining consistency with consequences. And if it makes it easier to discuss just throw out there that you are learning about situations and plans like this in one of your classes and your professor stressed that it is extremely important to always follow through with consequences every time with every student. And a way to get your teacher to think about whether she does it or not is to just ask how she ensures that all students know the consequences and how she keeps from letting one student off the hook over another student. This will not only get you some answers to ways to better maintain your own classroom later on; but will also help your teacher to think about her own styles of follow through.
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