Question about classmates attitude in class.
Good afternoon, I am a student of grade 9 and I want to ask such a question. There are 28 children in my class and bad behavior in my class. In general, classmates are not bad, but there are 3-4 girls and 3-4 boys who like to talk in class, sit in the phones (mostly refers to girls), sometimes lead teachers. I don’t like it as an ordinary student, it prevents me from perceiving information normally, hearing the teacher, and it takes some time for the teacher to comment on these children, and this has been going on for several years, I first thought that they could become aware, understand, mature with age, etc. . but this does not happen. I would like to know your opinion, advice. Since I don’t want to move from my class, but I don’t want to study with them, maybe I need to contact the class teacher, the principal, or maybe go somewhere. IN ADVANCE ALL THANKS. And I want to hear from the legal side.
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Answered on September 8, 2017 13:46
If we talk about the legal sphere, there is a school charter, in accordance with which the rules of conduct, the rights and duties of teachers and students are defined. Here it is a matter of discipline, non-observance of etiquette and lack of manners of several students, who interfere with teaching and learning for others. This question should have long been resolved by teachers, parents and the principal, since the boys and girls themselves do not wish to at least follow the rules of behavior in the classroom. Such students were and are in different classes, methods for solving these problems are standard. They arrange educational conversations with the director and parents, the teacher simply puts out the door until the student realizes how to behave. In advanced cases, they are excluded from school.