Friday, March 29, 2013

990. Silence may be very eloquent




One day teacher B said to teacher A, “You could stop talking in the class if two or more students are distracted, chattering among them. Gaze and stare at them. Your silence may be very eloquent. You can try to not start an activity until those two kids are quiet. Other times and in a low voice you also could address them, peacefully. I’ve tried this quite often and it worked.” / Photo from: by jean saint martin. participez com
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