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Posted on October 12, 2017 10:33 pm
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jysema
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Sexual comments.
So I have a teen male that's repetatively made sexual comments that were comedy driven towards a lot of the young females. I've already seen the teacher talk to him about it but it continued. The teacher has already contacted the parents but no improvement. What would be the best course of action?
 
     
     
 
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Solution 1
Posted October 15, 2017 1:05 pm

pehuby
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The next course would be to have the student sit down with the parents, an administrator, and the teachers who have see the misconduct. This student needs to understand it is inappropriate to make these comments and gestures.
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uWureg
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I felt this was the best suggestion to deal with this difficult problem.
  Posted on: Yesterday 2:11 am

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Solution 2
Posted October 13, 2017 1:51 am

Xaparu
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This is a very sad situation. I would have a parent teacher conference so you can see how the parents react to this. If it doesn't work have him switched out of the classroom.
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rybuZy
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Switching him to another classroom where he is a problem doesn't solve the issue.
  Posted on: Yesterday 3:16 am

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Solution 3
Posted Yesterday 12:26 am

eqeLeQ
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The student should sit down with his parents, teacher, principal and counselor. They will talk about what is going on and how to stop it, and see if there is a reason why. Consequences will be handled as in possible suspension in my opinion. The student was given a warning but did not stop, and that is not okay.
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Solution 4
Posted October 15, 2017 9:13 pm

qyZeqa
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Have him suspended
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uWureg
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I don't think that this solution would do much to deter the behavior. The child will simply go back to the undesired behavior once he gets back if no other action is taken.
  Posted on: Yesterday 2:13 am

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Solution 5
Posted Yesterday 1:55 am

ReLeve
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If the parents have already been notified and there has been a conference, I think the next best step would be to contact the principal and/or other administration about this problem. This is DEFINITELY not something to be overlooked! Do your best to keep redirecting his behavior, and always reprimand the action and let him know it is NOT okay to objectify and sexually harass the other girls in class like that. If the problem persists, perhaps removing him from that classroom would be appropriate.
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Solution 6
Posted October 15, 2017 6:52 pm

yheGeS
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This student needs to have more serious consequences. I would have the females go to the principles office and they need to explain to the principle and let him or her know that nothing is being done and even the students parents are aware of this situation. From there the principle can assume the correct course and action for this student.
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