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Old 08-25-2018, 04:33 AM
 
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The Sped "co-teacher" that pushes into my class is extremely loud. She is only there for 30 minutes, but is so loud that no one can concentrate. When she comes in she high 5s students, when she leaves she announces "see you all tomorrow!"
Does anyone else have this problem?


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Old 08-25-2018, 05:55 AM
 
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Be thankful that she is trying to create relationships with your students.
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I absolutely get you on being put off by high volume! I'm not a person who needs total quiet at all, but I am very easily overwhelmed when things/people are too loud (even at home).

However, the fact that you put "co-teacher" in quotes does make me wonder if you have other problems with her? I think you will have to be careful when you talk to her, so that she knows you are trying to work together to solve a problem of differing comfort levels, rather than her just feeling like you don't respect her.
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Yes I had this problem in the past with a push-in teacher. She interrupted the whole class and talked loudly the 30 minutes she was there. Totally distracted the first graders from their work. She also made a big deal about leaving and interrupted the whole class again. I figured she needed a lot of attention, and I was really irritated. It's hard enough to keep first graders on task. I never felt comfortable talking to her about it, but feel it was inappropriate. If you feel comfortable maybe talking to her would help. Otherwise give her some looks and maybe she'll get the hint. My person did not get any hints.
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Old 08-31-2018, 10:13 AM
 
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Some of the co teachers do not change even after talking to them. They are literally your partner for a set time so try the talk the nice way and if that does not work,be blunt.


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