Your guide to action when student writing crosses the line At what point should violent student expressions be considered a legitimate threat? This legal handbook delves into the real-life experiences of administrators, teachers, and students to help you apply caution and logic in protecting your students' freedom of speech while also protecting the safety of everyone in the building. Gretchen Oltman, an experienced educator and licensed attorney, shows you how to: Prevent violence by creating a positive and safe school environment Guide teachers in assessing written threats of violence Evaluate writing outside the classroom, including texting and Facebook postingsOn the weekend I compete in gymnastics and swimming.a Pretty innocuous stuff, useful for getting to know the hobbies and interests of my students. ... Eventually the routine of the school year set in and Columbine became a fading memory. ... I read another article about the regret an Arkansas English teacher felt after having read a studenta#39;s essay and never reporting the contents of it until after theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Violence in Student Writing|
|Author||:||Gretchen A. Oltman|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Press - 2012-10-31|